Crossrail Delta Limited Partnership

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Crossrail Delta Limited Partnership 

Invest from £10,000 · Property Investment · Available Now

3 Year ROI 30.39%


The UK’s biggest construction project is underway, and there has never been a better time to consider investment. The Crossrail project is set to add £5.5 billion to the property market, supporting the construction of 57,000 new homes in and around London, with house prices expected to increase by 20% upwards.

This huge growth will not only transform communities that have otherwise seen lower levels of development in recent years, but also invite major capital growth to surrounding properties. The Crossrail project is proposed to stretch through London and right the way across the UK; providing further investment opportunities as the project continues to develop.


  • Proven Track Record of Property Development
  • We have a diverse and comprehensive investment portfolio.
  • Outstanding Annual Returns
  • We offer 9.25% yearly return rates.
  • Become part of a group of highly satisfied investors
  • We strive to deliver maximum returns and customer satisfaction.
  • Strategic locations near the London Crossrail project
  • We focus on key areas in prime London locations to offer our investors the maximum return.

Investment Key Facts

Asset Class

Limited Partnership in UK PLC


London, UK




3 Years

Exit Strategy

At end of term. Early exit available at 18 months.

Minimum Investment


Projected Yield

9.25% (yearly) or 30.39% (deferred)

Returns Payment Frequency

Yearly or deferred to end of term



The impact of Crossrail on property will be visible nationwide. It is estimated that it could prompt the delivery of 57,000 new homes, as well as a considerable quantum of commercial space around the central stations. Although the first lines won’t be operational until 2018, its impact is already being felt as the imminent improvements drive confidence and become key considerations in strategic investment decisions.

Crossrail will create new rail linkages across London and the South East, and strengthen existing ones. The substantial increase in capacity will help key retail and office districts expand, such as the West End and Canary Wharf, as well as allow new markets to emerge. In addition, Crossrail has the potential to reposition many locations that are currently considered tertiary; unlocking their dormant value.

Aside from the actual improvements to the transport network, Crossrail is also prompting a raft of wider investment and development above ground. There are extensive over-site plans for many of the stations, based around the concept of placemaking. Tottenham Court Road is a great example of an area that, despite it’s inherently good position, has been overlooked historically with it’s property market under-performing as a result. However, there are now substantial redevelopment plans underway that will see the creation of much more attractive and pedestrian-friendly public space at street level.

Since the commencement of the Crossrail project, house prices around the affected stations have increased by 20%. This is on top of underlying capital appreciation in London and the South East. Although this partly pre-empts the actual transport benefits and value increases that will be felt from 2018, at this stage it mostly reflects the swell of confidence into these areas and the physical regeneration already underway. We anticipate that these factors will continue to drive values around the affected stations, with house price growth in the region of 2.5% per annum until the first lines are operational in 2018. In absolute terms, this growth should add around £60,000 additional value per property on average over this five year build up. These increases are likely to be even more pronounced in Central London, at 3.7% per annum, or around £100,000 per property, over the next five years. Overall, Crossrail could add around £14.7bn to the residential property sector across the 37 stations.

In the western stations, where the reductions in travel times are the greatest, we expect some of the largest impacts on residential values outside of Central London. Our model suggests that Crossrail will trigger house price increases of around 2.9% per annum between Maidenhead and Acton, or around £50,000 per property over the five year period. This is roughly four times the average increase in East London, which is likely to be closer to 1.7% per annum, or £21,000 over the next five years.

Overall, the biggest winners will be Ealing Broadway, Farringdon, Paddington, Bond Street and Tottenham Court Road. Homes in these areas could see higher increases, of up to £100,000.


The investment and property accession process adopts a top-down portfolio risk management and boom-up property selection to specifically target assets which are highly competitive in their local market place and generate sustainable income streams. As the company’s equity position increases, so should the senior debt finance facility which we strongly indicate should stand at £100 million of buying power in year two. All proceeds of the fund shall be used to acquire properties in areas in and around Crossrail hot spots. This will include property types such as distressed properties, probate properties and land with planning permission.

The investment offering is supported by a central team providing risk management oversight, research and operational support. They work in partnership with auction houses, estate agents, repossession companies, banks and mortgage houses to combine expertise in delivering a better overall offering to clients.

Investors can have the option to roll over their interest payment. Over a 3 year return this should give the investor a compounded interest of 30.39%. Clients that choose to be paid annually can achieve a return of 27.75% on their investment.


Our varied portfolio has meant that we are constantly adapting to the changing business environment in order to identify, understand and tackle new opportunities, locally and internationally. Our strong track record has also allowed us to form close relationships with long standing joint venture partners throughout the globe, in particular specialising in global property development and investment. These partnerships mean that we are not only able to access third party equity, but also to source new exiting opportunities and share risk.



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