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We Buy Businesses London

We Buy Businesses London

If you’re looking to sell your construction firm, then we buy Businesses London, and may well be interested in yours.

If you’re looking to sell your Building or Construction company in London, then we would like to take a look at it !

We’re currently looking for builders for sale London, which includes anything from plant hire, scaffolding companies, to joinery companies for sale, in fact anything related for sale in the building industry.

We’re looking to buy businesses in London.

If you have a building / construction firm that you’re looking to sell, whether it’s profitable or not, let us know as we may be interested in buying it.

We’ve been looking for builders for sale in Enfield, London for a while now and are constantly on the lookout for businesses owners of building firms who may be looking to sell.

Having the conversation costs nothing, so just complete our Strategy Form.

After our recent acquisition of builders for sale in Enfield, London we’re after out next new purchase.

What happens when we buy businesses in London?


When we buy businesses in London, what we’re looking to do is retain the staff, add additional resources to the business such as marketing and accounting and help grow the business as part of the overall JLAW group.

So if you’re wanting to sell your builders or construction business in London, or you know someone else who has a builders for sale in London then let us know.

Our recent purchase of a construction firm in London

One of our latest acquisitions was Ambro Wilks in Enfield

builders for sale in Enfield

And another was Longshaw Construction in Essex

Building firms for sale in London

We’ll look at whatever you have, but what we would really like to purchase is more building or construction companies in London.

Sometimes, if you’re not sure, it’s about having that conversation to see what the opportunity is.

You don’t have to agree to anything, you just have to find out if it’s right for you, and the only way to do that is to speak to one of our professional and friendly team.

Should I use a Business Broker in London ?

We’ve worked with brokers before, and as with any industry, there are some good and some bad.

The one thread we’ve seen with all brokers however is that they can often set unrealistic expectations on what the business is worth, and so it sticks on the market for the next 3 years because it’s overpriced.  Of course they may do that in order to win the instruction, but then they don’t get the client the money they often need.

We can agree a sale in as little as 14 days !

Yep, we move quick, with an agreement in as little as 14 days, and a completion in as little as 6 weeks.  Imagine cash in your pocket just 6 weeks from now.

But it only starts if you fill in our Strategy Form.

Builders for sale London

We’re on the lookout for Builders for sale London, so if you’re looking to sell your Building or Construction company in London, then we would like to speak with you – Builders for sale London.

The type of builders for sale London, can include all types of construction firms such as plant hire, scaffolding companies, joinery companies for sale, in fact anything related for sale in the building industry

Builders for sale London

We’ve just completed on our recent acquisition of two builders for sale in London

Ambro Wilks, Enfield

Builders for sale London

Ambro Wilks are builders in Enfield.

And the other one we purchased was Longshaw Construction, Builders in Essex. Here’s the link to that press release

Builders for sale London

What happens to Builders for Sale London ?

During those London Business Purchases, we managed to purchase the company and retain all the staff.

Not only that, but we’re also growing the businesses with an investment in infrastructure.

We can do the same for yours too.

Construction Business for Sale London

Do you have a construction business for sale London available ?

If you’re looking for a buyer for your business, we can also move very quickly, and get you an offer in under 2 weeks, with completion (and cash!) within just 6 weeks.

Just start the conversation, and we’ll guide you through

When you first look at selling your business, it can be a very complicated process. So we’ll help guide you through it

Often people are worried about picking up the phone.

But we’re here to help, and so the easiest thing for you to do in order to start the ball rolling is to simply pick up that phone and call us, or complete one of our strategy forms and one of our professional and friendly team members can run through how everything works.

We’re not kidding when we say we can agree terms in just 14 days !

And also, selling your London Business shouldn’t take months and months, we can complete in as little as 6 weeks.

Use our panel of solicitors

Not got a solicitor ? Not a problem. We can always recommend a solicitor from one of our tried and tested panel. This solicitor works for YOU, not us (They’re bound by legal code which means they have to represent your interests not ours)

One of the worst things you can do however is use a ‘family’ solicitor who has never sold a business before.

Or a property conveyancing solicitor can also slow things right down, or even scupper the deal altogether because of their lack of experience.

But don’t worry, just ask us and we’ll help advise you .

Website Design Leeds

When we purchase a business, we also create a new website so that the business is fresh and up to date. Our website design Leeds business can create a professional looking website quickly.

PRESS RELEASE : The JLAW Group purchase Longshaw Construction Ltd to add to their growing portfolio of Construction related business.

2nd December  2020

The JLAW Group today announced the acquisition of Longshaw Construction Ltd to add to the companies growing portfolio of construction related business.

We are extremely excited to complete this acquisition and begin work with Longshaw Construction and their team.”

The JLAW Group, (a fast growing construction and building acquisition group with over 100 years combined experience in the construction industry) have completed an agreement to purchase Longshaw Construction Ltd to further expand the company’s portfolio of construction and building business to transform the industry and deliver high performing construction companies and complimentary businesses.

Business Development Director, Joanne Stevens said: “We are extremely excited to complete this acquisition and begin work with Longshaw Construction and their team. This acquisition is yet another step in our market expansion and Longshaw fits perfectly with our strategic vision and goals. No matter the challenges of 2020 we are more determined than ever to ensure the longevity of the construction and build sector.

Longshaw Construction will continue trading under its established and respected own brand like other group companies such as AmbroWilks Building and Maintenance Services Ltd, a high-end London based building company.

The JLAW Group are on the lookout for further acquisitions in 2020 with a number in the pipeline already to add to their group.

About The JLAW Group

The JLAW Group brings together Industry professionals from Construction, Building and Marketing. Their mission is to acquire and grow building and construction companies with a focus on growth and sustainability.

You can further information on JLAW here: http://jlawgroup.co.uk/

TfL issues guidance for construction workers travelling to work

Transport for London has issued construction firms with guidance on how their workers can safely use the capital’s public network amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

It said: “As employers, you can help by instructing all those who can work from home, including administrative and head office staff, to continue to do so.

“Enhance the facilities you offer, such as lockers, showers and cycle storage, to enable your workforce to walk and cycle all or part of their journey to site.”

Is the Migrant Worker Shortfall Causing Problems?

With a call for British born people to go to the fields and start collecting the veg before it rots, it seems the focus on the construction industry is somewhat missing.

And with Priti Patel focus on reducing immigration, it seems like this won’t be getting much easier.

What does it mean ?

Well, with lower construction workers available, there may be an increase in an unskilled workforce, with a lower age limit.

But also it means that if you have your teams in place, you should do more to keep them in place so that other construction companies don’t try and steal them away from you.

It’s time to build the famil spirit with your teams, and this means having a more caring approach to both building and keeping your teams as we go through 2020.

Builders merchant sales tumble despite safety gear boost

The results of the first quarter sales from builders merchant sales show the initial dip response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Figures come from the Builders Merchant Building Index (BMBI) and they show a 6.7 per cent year-on-year decline in the value of sales to builders and contractors in the first quarter of 2020.

This is a much steeper 15.1 per cent year-on-year decline.

Sadly the upcoming figures for April are expected to show an even bigger collapse.

Many builders merchants have closed their outlets in the initial response to the government shutdown.

An unsure future

“Projections for the remainder of 2020 are difficult to make, but we know there will be a significant drop in April sales,” commented Emile van der Ryst, senior client insight manager at market research firm GfK, which gathers the BMBI data.

More data

Sales of heavy building materials including bricks, blocks and insulation fell by 6.5 per cent in the quarter; plumbing, heating and electrical sales fell by 7.4 per cent; sales of timber and joinery supplies fell 11.1 per cent; and tools dropped by 12.7 per cent.

HSE resumes site inspections as low enforcement figures revealed

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has just announced that it is restarting “proactive” inspections of construction sites.

This move follows a government announcement of more cash for the organisation and the prime minister Boris Johnson has promised the body would carry out “spot inspections” to make sure businesses were safe places to work.

The HSE had stopped carrying out inspections when the lockdown announcement in March, despite sectors such as construction continuing to operate.

Contractors are signing up for COVID-19 compliance courses

Housebuilders such as Wates, Kier, Vistry and Bellway have signed up to a COVID-19 compliance course, and more are expected to follow.

The course has been launched by the construction recruitment firm O’Neill & Brennan, who will provide coronavirus training for construction workers. 

The course is certified on the Register of Regulated Qualifications by Ofqual, and will provide contractors with the opportunity to have a fully qualified COVID-19 compliance marshal on site. 

This is designed to provide health and safety guidance on social distancing, how to sanitise sites, and how to spot coronavirus symptoms.

I would suggest this is an essential step forward to securing the continued safety on your building sites.

Whilst the teams will likely groan of yet more training to be had, this time, it’s a little bit different given the impact that COVID-19 has already had in the construction industry.

Furloughed workforce ‘drops to less than a quarter’

According to research from Build UK this week , the proportion of construction workers furloughed has fallen below 25 per cent.

It surveyed 25 of its members, which includes some of the country’s largest contractors, which revealed the number of workers having their wages paid by the government has fallen from 30 per cent four weeks ago to 22 per cent.

However data from the Office of National Statistics, which surveyed more SMEs, had a different outlook, with the proportion of staff furloughed in the two weeks ending 7 May at 45.6 per cent.

This was pretty much unchanged compared to the previous two-week period ending 19 April when it stood at 45.7 per cent.

The ONS surveyed more than 1,100 construction companies. to get this data.

How about you, are you back at work yet ?

Construction activity in Europe expands at faster pace

The eurozone has experienced its fastest expansion in construction activity expansion for a year, supported by increases in worker numbers and purchasing.

“The eurozone construction sector delivered mixed results in February as faster activity growth was accompanied by signs of a slowdown in demand,” said Eliot Kerr, economist at IHS Markit, which compiles the survey. “Despite activity rising at the quickest rate for a year, new business growth decelerated to the slowest in the current five-month sequence of expansion. Such a reading indicates softening underlying demand and can act as a prelude to slower activity growth. That said, firms were confident enough to continue taking on additional staff and buying extra materials, and forecasts for future activity remained strong.”

The rate of job creation accelerated to the quickest for almost a year. Across the euro area’s three largest economies, employment growth was quickest in Germany.

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