LGIM secures £270m green debt facility for BTR platform

Platform expected to provide 1,000 homes with first homes ready for occupation by 2023

Martin Richmond
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Wandsworth Bridge, London

Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) has secured a £270m green debt facility from a banking group on behalf of its build to rent (BTR) platform.

Consisting of HSBC, NatWest and Standard Chartered, the banking group will fund the four-year green debt facility, which is expected to fund the development of the development of the £500m BTR plat...

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