Be:Here Limited deserves well-earned praise for gaining planning for the construction of 72 studio flats, 190 one bedroom, 209 two-bedroom and 89 three bedroom flats with offices, estate agents, public house and gym with lift, kitchen, office, toilets, parking, access and landscaping following demolition of existing building. The chosen site for the project is 20-32 Goldsworth Road, Woking, Surrey, GU21 6JT. With the help of best bridging finance, the client will stabilize the project’s financial demands and requirements.

The council for this project is Woking. The project will begin in the second quarter of 2019, and the development will be finished in the second quarter of 2023. The client will finish the development in 48 months. The structure will be erected as high as 34 storeys. A total of 560 residential units will be developed for the residents. 190 one bed houses, 209 two bed houses, and 89 three bed houses will be featured in this development. The floor and the site area will cover 122977 square meters and 9600 square meters respectively.

 

 

The primary architecture firm and lead planner firm for the entire development will be Rolfe Judd. Standerwick Land Design will fill the role of the lead landscape architect. Silver & Partners will serve as the leading quantity surveyor for the development, who will also act as the project manager. This project could be a high return option for investors and a high end address for future residents.

The consultant group includes Waterstone Designs, Price & Myers, and WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff (Head Office). The client will take help from the best bridging finance loans to develop the project within a period of 48 months.

The project’s developers and investors can easily avail capital from HZA for making this big infrastructure aim a huge success. Moreover, with funding from HZA, they can get a high return on investment.

 

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