Short Term Loan News:-The highly acclaimed builder group Atlas Partners (Sydenham) Limited is on its way to bring up a new project in southwest England. This new construction has been planned on the site Sydenhams, Blandford Road, Poole, Dorset, BH15 4BA. In accordance with the detailed project plan and scheme, a 14 storeys building will be constructed with one storey below the ground. The building will feature a total of 374 units, leaving residential space for 154 one bed houses, 176 two bed houses, and 44 three bed houses. The building will also grant space for commercial purposes that include setting up of offices, gym, retail stores, restaurants, and pubs. Apart from that, there will even be enough space for parking, new access, and landscaping.

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The entire construction will be developed on a site area and floor area of 1.88 Ha and 14256 square meters respectively. As per the estimation, the construction value of the whole project would be 49.4M pounds. As usual, HZA is looking forward with real excitement to support the investors and developers of the project by lending the necessary funds and loans for easy infrastructure construction.

According to the confirmed reports, the client, Atlas Partners (Sydenham) Limited will start working on the project in February 2019. The construction will be completed throughout 60 months, ending in February 2024. The architect group of this project consists of Guy Hollaway Architects as the lead architect, Montagu Evans Llp as the planner, Exterior Architecture as the landscape architect and CMC Limited as the quantity surveyor.

The consultant group of the project consists of BSE3d Limited and Ramboll Head Office. The investors and developers of the SYDENHAMS TIMBER YARD Project can take up HZA’s easy, quick, and hassle-free infrastructure capitals for making the project a huge success that can be cherished for years to come. HZ ASSOCIATES is always ready for serving real estate developers with the right loan featuring high returns.

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