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Colin Latimer joins Business Lending Group

Business Lending Group has appointed Charles Latimer to the newly created role of business surveyor.

Latimer joins from the Berkeley Group where he previously worked as a land buyer and was involved in the acquisition of development sites ranging in gross development value from £30m to £250m.

Business Lending Group chairman Peter Wade says: “I’m delighted to welcome Charlie to the team during a period of strong growth for BLG. In the UK today there is great demand for development finance and for BLG to be able to respond to that demand, we need hard-working, fresh-thinkers like Charlie on board.”

Business Lending Group new business surveyor Charles Latimer says: “I am excited to join BLG and help them realise their ambitious growth targets in development finance lending. Housebuilders, developers and their brokers all need a responsive and responsible lender, my role at BLG will allow me to focus on what I do best and deliver great customer service along the way.”

In January, Business Lending Group announced the appointment of Colin Ranshaw as credit operations director.

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