PVP Developments secures £750k CBILS loan from Bank of Scotland

Glasgow-based construction firm PVP Developments has secured a £750,000 Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) loan from Bank of Scotland

PVP Developments secures £750k CBILS loan from Bank of Scotland

PVP Development's Yorkhill apartment scheme

The firm, which is currently delivering a £10 million luxury apartment scheme in Yorkhill, Glasgow, is now planning to re-open sites in the coming weeks.

The funding facilitated by Bank of Scotland will provide the firm with additional financial headroom to deliver projects at reduced capacity in a move designed to protect its 45 employees, sub-contractors and suppliers.

PVP Developments, which specialises in both residential and commercial developments and counts brands such as Morrisons and B&Q among its clients, has also committed a further £2m of its own reserves to ensure sites can operate as safely as possible over the next 18 months while managing the impact of COVID-19.

John Colhoun, managing director at PVP Developments, said: “Our employees will always be our number one priority so it’s essential they are able to operate in a safe environment when they return to work.

“The team at Bank of Scotland has been instrumental in helping us target a swift return to work and this CBILS funding will allow us to trade with confidence in the long-term while we adapt to new ways of working.”

Douglas Spowart, relationship director at Bank of Scotland, added: “The reality is that it will be difficult for contractors to maintain social distancing and complete work at the same pace as before the pandemic. John and his team have been quick to address the issue and recognised the need for additional capital to deliver on their commitments to their employees and their clients. We’re proud to be by the side of businesses choosing to put their people first in the face of the ongoing challenges presented by COVID-19.”

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