JV backed by Candy's CPC secures debt deal for Hackney scheme

Hackney Wick Station

A joint venture backed by Christian Candy’s CPC Group has secured a £19m debt financing deal with OakNorth to fund a mixed-use building close to Hackney Wick station.

CPC-backed Orlandis Capital and developers, Chris Mason and Raj Sond, will use the funds to build 44 homes and 24,000 sq ft of commercial space.

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