Over the last few weeks the team at FJP Investment Ltd have been working very hard on putting together a new website design, which consists of so much more than what is visual to the eye.
Online PR News – 27-March-2014 – London – “Themes, plugins, coding, smtp relay services, custom contact forms, domain forwarding… you name it we have had to deal with over the last few weeks and finally we are able to present you our new site design in what we hope is a much more visually appealing manner for you.” Said Tom Roberts of FJP Investment.
“FJP Investment had reached the stage where the previous site design had limitations for what we wanted to achieve and as with our ethos, we wanted to beat the limitations so we sat down together and decided it would make more sense to do a complete rebuild and create a site which has everything we need and want for now, with scope to grow as we grow in the future.” Added Roberts.
In recent news, the Cemetery Investment clients will be pleased to know that the final touches are being implemented as we speak with local staff to Farnham, having now been recruited and currently undergoing training for best practices etc. The local Council have since installed signs outside of the Cemetery, providing directions to the entrance of Farnham Park Cemetery.
“We will soon launch the next Cemetery project as soon as the particulars are confirmed, Farnham Park will soon enter the mode of re-sales to the public, providing all of our investors an opportunity to sell should they wish to do so.” Said Tom Roberts of FJP Investment.
Manchester, Trafford Park is the latest site for the Storage Investment. The opportunity recently got better as Store First is now paying investors the annual return upfront meaning instead of it being quarterly, you would now get paid in advance. The company has since gone on to build more than 1.2 Million SQ/FT of Storage space. “This could not have been possible without the financing from investors over the years, who are really starting to see the rewards with more than £33 Million in income paid back to clients so far.” Added Tom Roberts of FJP Investment.