Some of the success stories that we have been proud to have been a part of.

Tiverton Castle

Angus and Alison Gordon, a local couple who own and live in Tiverton Castle, came to Bricks when they wanted to upgrade and enlarge their student let portfolio. They said: “We are custodians of a fine medieval castle originally constructed in 1106 by order of Henry I....

Idyllic Forest Holiday Development

When the man behind an idyllic forest holiday development was struggling to borrow to finance his plan, assistance from Bricks Finance proved to be a real game-changer. Alex King, a local geologist with a background in mining, is unequivocal when he...

Bricks, The Solution to Their Big Idea

Dave Haines and David Chard were experts in building other people’s properties. Their building company has a long-established track record of delivering excellent projects for other people. But when the pair wanted to develop for themselves it was an existing link...

Orchard Court, Somerset

Jon Evennett, a housebuilder for the past 16 years in the South West, describes his initial contact with Bricks Finance to discuss lending for his latest project - an exclusive development of four and five-bedroom homes in Somerset - as being like a breath of fresh...

Gould Homes Building New Homes for Exeter

Seeking to build a development of 46 flats on the site of a former care home on a complicated site in a busy corner of Exeter sounds like the kind of project it might be hard to raise finance for in the traditional manner. Which is exactly why Matt Gould of Gould...

Rose & Crown Pub, Longburton, Dorset

It’s a dream for many people to own their local pub, but it’s not a simple process to buy a freehold. However, thanks to the assistance of Bricks Finance, one lovely spot in an idyllic Dorset village is popular and thriving. The number of village pub closures has been...

Beach House Heaven

Building a dream home is a passion for many, but for Russ Wood it almost feels like his destiny. And thanks to the help of Bricks Finance that destiny is being realised, brick by brick, plank by plank, in a delightful corner of an idyllic Cornish beach. For many years...

Retirement Living

Audley Redwood is a retirement village set within 15 acres of landscaped parkland only a short drive from the centre of Bristol. It comprises 106 apartments and 20 cottages all built to complement the local Georgian architecture. After their bank said ‘no’, Bricks...

National Dive and Activity Centre

After serving 20 years in the British Army, REME, Darren Bryce MBE and his wife Kaye developed the National Dive and Activity Centre near Chepstow that today attracts 70,000 visitors each year. Today the MOD is one of Darren's largest customers. When nearby Livox...

Architect Managed Service

A local architectural consultant who project managed a development in Teignmouth on behalf of a Bricks client has now started his own development in Dawlish with £350K of funding from Bricks. An imaginative conversion of a Victorian school into nine new dwellings and...

Leatfield, Kingsteignton, Devon

Beverley Stone-Parker who has 30 years’ experience of construction, funded the land purchase and groundworks for a select development of four 5-bedroom homes herself. These luxury houses set in a secure gated community in the residential heart of Kingsteignton include...

Wynford Gardens, Exeter

Rapid funding from Bricks allowed this developer to purchase a superb development opportunity in the thriving area of Exeter where the RD&E Hospital is located. As the owner wanted a quick sale, the developer purchased this site with planning permission using a...

Presingol Barns, St Agnes, Cornwall

Having gained planning permission to convert their farm shop complex into holiday homes, father and daughter Dennis and Rhalina secured funding from Bricks in October 2016. Lovely stone barns have been sympathetically converted into six holiday homes. There is a...

Tarka Court, North Tawton, Devon

Paul Brinton, East Devon Estates and Jerry Rihll, Bricks Finance After 30 years of funding property developments through his bank, Paul Brinton, a director of East Devon Estates, was shocked when he was refused funding for a two-phase apartment development in North...