Colin Sanders

Tuscan Capital announces office move to aid long-term growth plans




Tuscan Capital is set to move offices to facilitate its long-term growth plans.

The bridging lender is moving from serviced offices fronting Piccadilly to a permanent accommodation in Grosvenor Gardens, SW1, this Friday (1st February).

It claimed that its new offices offered a more flexible working environment, with space for its expanding team of lending specialists.

The new headquarters is located in close proximity to the landmark commercial and residential development at London Victoria railway station.

Colin Sanders, CEO at Tuscan Capital (pictured above), said: “After one year in excellent but temporary accommodation, the time is right for Tuscan Capital to make its move to a more permanent base.

“As we celebrate our first anniversary as an established part of the UK’s bridging scene, the relocation to Belgravia will enable us to stamp our personality on our new home and provide the room we need to grow.

“Our pipeline of applications where legal work has commenced is the healthiest it has been.

“With the continuing support of our first-class broker partners, I’m confident that 2019 will prove to be another successful year for us, in particular, and for the bridging community in general.”

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