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Introducing Our New Cheshire Office

It is with great pleasure that we are able to announce the opening of our new office in Bollington, Cheshire.

2018 has been a phenomenal year in which we have grown our UK client book several fold, and this naturally means we need to be well positioned in order to meet with our investors throughout the UK. We have identified Cheshire as a great hub for our business.

Bollington, Cheshire

The new office is located at Adelphi Mill, Grimshaw Lane, Bollington, Cheshire, SK10 5JB.

You are welcome to pop in for a visit, simply get in touch to schedule a meeting. For our international investors, we are located 25 minutes from the busy Manchester Airport if you wish to visit. Where possible, we do aim to meet our overseas clients on one of our various international trips.

The office is located by the idyllic waterside setting of the Macclesfield canal that runs alongside the office.

The Adelphi Mill, originally built in 1856 by a local cotton spinner by the name of Martin Swindells, is a Grade II listed building. During the Second World War, the mill contributed to the war effort by contributing to the production of parachutes. No longer a cotton mill, the building recently underwent a multi-million pound refurbishment and now functions as bespoke, modern offices.

The building is spectacular, and serves as a fantastic environment for our business.

The canal running alongside the mill is one of the most well used and indeed picturesque canals in the United Kingdom. When coming to the office, we will be sure to take you for a short walk alongside the mill. The location also benefits in that it sits right on the very edge of the Peak District.

FJP Investment is delighted with the location and the space in which we are comfortably able to thrive and deliver presentations for our investors. The opening of the new office also facilitates growth of our product range, since the vast majority of interest amongst developers is currently in the North of the UK.

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