Heathrow Skyline Project

Heathrow Skyline Project This exclusive investment opportunity is being raised for an exciting project right in the heart of Southall, one of Londons biggest growth areas. Located close to the Elizabeth Crossrail line the proposal involves the construction of a mixed-use Residential & Commercial development scheme of 197 1 & 2 bed apartments, which already has an estimated GDV valuation of £85milion. Issuer: UK Developer Term: Either 2 or 3-Years Launch Date: 1st June 2019 Close…

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Heathrow Skyline Project

This exclusive investment opportunity is being raised for an exciting project right in the heart of Southall, one of Londons biggest growth areas.

Located close to the Elizabeth Crossrail line the proposal involves the construction of a mixed-use Residential & Commercial development scheme of 197 1 & 2 bed apartments, which already has an estimated GDV valuation of £85milion.

  • Issuer: UK Developer
  • Term: Either 2 or 3-Years
  • Launch Date: 1st June 2019
  • Close Date: 1st August 2019
  • Target Raise: £14.2million
  • Minimum investment: £20,000
  • Corporate Guarantee of Capital Invested
  • Payment: Yearly or at end of term
  • Two-year Loan Note: 12% PA
  • Three-year Loan Note: 12% PA with a 6% bonus paid on maturity (42%)
  • Current GDV: £89m
  • Pipeline GDV: £250m
  • Management: Over 50 years of experience and have been involved with Plaza Hotel, Hilton Group and The Battersea Power Station Regeneration

Situated in Southall, the heart of West London, Southall is undergoing huge regeneration and has been predicted by Rightmove in becoming one of London’s highest price growth areas.

With prices projected to grow a further 30% by 2022 the catalyst for growth has been:

The arrival of Crossrail and the expansion plans of Heathrow has had a follow on effect with UK developers and mass regeneration. The Berkeley Group has purchased the former Southall Gasworks site as one of the largest regeneration schemes in London, now known as Southall Waterside. Southall is predicted to be London’s highest price growth area over the coming years.