With or without planning

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    Invest in Land with a bridging loan

    At Tiger Financial, we specialise in bridging loans for land, with or without planning consent. Our focus is on the best rates, responsive service and total reliability for every client.

    We’re a leading land bridging finance loans broker with over a decade of experience in accessing the best bridging finance solutions for land purchase. As a Tiger Financial client, this experience means your business strategy and funding requirements will be presented to lenders in the very best possible light.

    For investors looking to acquire land with planning for development or planning uplift, we can access market-leading rates at the highest leverage possible.  Borrowers must usually have full planning permission, in which case, up to 75% is available. Larger bridging loans may well require a feasibility study. Experienced land investors with a realistic exit strategy will stand a greater chance of success.

    We can also arrange funding for land without planning on a case by case basis, this is usually contingent on a good chance of planning gain being achieved.

    Whatever your requirements, for loans from £50k to £100m+ we’re ideally placed to broker the very best bridging loan for land finance acquisition:


    • Rates from 0.45%
    • 100% of purchase (up to 75% LTV)
    • Residential up to 80% LTV
    • Commercial up to 75% LTV
    • Land with planning up to 75% LTV


    • Terms from 1-24 months
    • Loans from £50k to £100m+
    • Loans based on full market value
    • Non status welcome
    • 1st, 2nd and 3rd charge loans


    • No monthly payments
    • No proof of income
    • Interest deducted from loan
    • No PG or company debenture option
    • England, Scotland, Wales & NI

    up to 75% LTV available for land with planning

    On a case by case basis, venture capital is also available for 50-80% of the equity on projects that require investment to take advantage of planning gain.

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