Yorkshire storage company receives seven figure funding to expand into North East
A Yorkshire self-storage company has received a seven figure funding package to expand its business into the North East.
My Lock Up is expanding its number of sites, with 3 new builds planned for Yorkshire and the North East.
The seven figure funding package comes from Allied Irish Bank (GB) to support this expansion, which is due to increased demand.
Kevin Doyle, owner of My Lock Up, commented: “Allied Irish Bank have been very supportive of us over the years, through two recessions and now Covid-19.
“We now have a portfolio of 3 industrial estates and 14 self-storage sites, none of which would have been possible without their support.”
Siobhan McGarry, relationship manager at Allied Irish Bank in Leeds, added: “I have worked with My Lock Up for many years and I continue to be impressed with Kevin’s achievements.
“Kevin is very passionate about what he does and has worked extremely hard to build the business to where it is today.
“Despite the challenges brought by the Covid-19 pandemic the business continues to thrive.
“I see a very bright future ahead as the business expands with further new sites across North Yorkshire and the North East.
“It is fantastic to see a local business realise such success in these challenging times and I am delighted to provide further funding to support the expansion plans.”
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