Regentsmead teams up with Checkmate



Award winning Lender Regentsmead, famous for their fast and flexible development finance have partnered with Checkmate structural warranty providers.

Regentsmead have over 75 years experience in the property sector, they offer fast flexible and personal property development finance.  Winners of the Bridging and Commercial Development Award for Best Development Lender in 2010 and 2011, the company prides itself in providing developers with expert lending advice and immediate decisions on finance applications.

Regentsmead Chief Executive James Bloom said:

“We have had excellent reports in terms of the service that Checkmate provide and this is the main reason we are partnering with them. We believe there is a gap in the market for a warranty provider who offers a modern, flexible approach to providing a warranty and we believe Checkmate are this company.  We look forward to working with them and we believe this association can only be good for the developer and broker market.”


The competitive range of structural warranties on offer from  Structural Warranty product provider Checkmate provide cover for all areas of house building, social housing and commercial development as well as completed and self-build developments.  The Checkmate New Home Structural Warranty is an approved Designated Warranty Provider and operates throughout the UK.


Paul Cooper, Joint Managing Director Checkmate said:

“Checkmate is delighted to have agreed a strategic partnership with Regentsmead to offer their development funding services to Checkmate clients”.

Paul Cooper added:

“There is a clear synergy in the approach our two businesses have in understanding our customer’s requirements and providing solutions and service levels that lead our industry. It is a great pleasure to be working closely with other like-minded professionals for the benefit of our customers.

Regentsmead offer bespoke terms to Checkmate customers and Checkmate offers a discounted membership fee to Regentsmead customers.”