Business finance for the construction industry

Since beginning, our construction industry customers have been a focus for us.

Over the years, we’ve developed bespoke construction finance products to support a growing and varied demand: funding equipment such as cranes or cement mixers, releasing cash against unpaid invoices, or funding property development projects and providing term debt for the delivery of much-needed new homes across the UK.

Our solutions are made to measure, based on your specific needs.

Our teams will work with you hand-in-hand to provide the bespoke financial support you need.

See how we could help you.

Keep checking this section regularly as we bring you news, trends and thought-leadership to help you navigate the changing landscape.

 

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Asset Finance

Funding for a surprisingly diverse range of assets.

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Invoice Finance

Get access to cash from outstanding invoices.

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Commercial Mortgages

Invest in, purchase or remortgage property.

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Property Development Finance

Loans for new build, conversion or refurbishment projects.

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Construction news

On 1 March 2021, significant changes to the way VAT works in the construction industry came into effect.

 

Aldermore and the NFB present

We’ve teamed up with the National Federation of Builders (NFB) to offer insight and guidance on the major trends impacting UK construction SMEs over the coming months.

Foundations to build on

John Carter: Why lenders shouldn’t overlook Modern Methods of Construction projects

MMC are increasingly being used in the construction industry today. In recent times they’ve moved from being something out of a science fiction novel to a reality.

 


Construction SMEs have the foundations to build on in 2021

2020 was a highly challenging year for SMEs in construction and across sectors, with the Covid-19 pandemic putting the brakes on economic activity, causing significant supply chain disruption, and hitting business confidence.

Subject to status and affordability. T&Cs apply. Security may be required. Any property or asset used as security may be at risk if you do not repay any debt secured on it.