Ethical property developer IPG secures £10m development loan from Maslow Capital - UKREiiF


Northwest based ethical property developer Integritas Property Group (IPG) has secured a £10 million development loan from Maslow Capital to fund the next stage of IPG’s residential development at The Lyceum, Greater Manchester.

Following the completion of groundworks and foundations, the loan from leading provider of real estate development finance Maslow Capital will provide working capital for the next phase of the high-end development situated in Eccles.  

All 82 units have been purchased leasehold after they were released for investment in February 2023, with the first expected completion date set to be within Q1 of 2024.  

IPG took over The Lyceum, Greater Manchester development in 2020 after the previous developer went into administration, establishing the Lyceum Investors Group to protect investors’ interest and ensure the site’s completion as planned.

Mitchell Walsh, Managing Director of IPG, co-ordinated the sale of the scheme back to the investors with accountancy firm Cowgills, which replaced FRP as Administrator in February 2021.  

Mitchell Walsh, Managing Director of IPG, said: “Securing this loan marks the next step in turning what could have been a disaster into a positive situation with this development.

“As we took this project over from another developer that had entered administration, there has been additional legal challenges to secure this loan.

“We are delighted to have overcome these challenges – this loan facility now enables us to swiftly continue construction and make progress towards completing the development on budget and on time in Q1 of 2024.

“IPG has a long-standing aim to become a beacon in the development community, with a solid track record of completed projects. This loan from Maslow Capital will enable IPG to take the next step towards another successfully completed project.”

The Lyceum, a Grade II historical landmark in the heart of Manchester, is being meticulously restored in line with the high expectations of English Heritage. It originally opened as The Old Palace Theatre in 1899, later becoming a cinema in 1932 and a bingo hall in 1963, before falling into disrepair internally in the late 1980s.

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