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Car Park Investment operations are centered around busy UK International Airports. Currently, we have spaces available at Glasgow & Manchester, with Luton launching in the near future.

Limited Availability

  • Phase 1 Glasgow - Just Launched Special Offer 11% Guaranteed Yrs 1 & 2
  • Phase 2 Manchester - Limited Availability
  • Phase 1 Manchester  - Sold Out!

Approved Investments

SIPP & HMRC Approved
Independent RICS Valuations!
Land Registry Title Dead In Your Name On Completion

Opportunities From Just 20K

Invest from as little as £20,000 with buy-back option in year 5.ROI - 8% Years 1 & 2 - Predicted 10% Years 3 & 4 12% Year 5

Airport Car Park Investments is all about Investing in long-term parking spaces at some of the UK's busiest international airports which are currently seeing an unprecedented growth in passenger numbers making long term airport parking spaces a premium.

An ultra-affordable entry cost of as little as £20,000 rental returns of 8% net per anum in years 1 & 2 (16% combined) and a predicted 10% in years 3 & 4 and 12% in years 5 & 6 this is an exciting option to traditional buy to lets.

Those investors that purchased the first phase of spaces at Glasgow have now started receiving their 3rd year's returns of 10.8% outstripping the original prediction of 10%.

Purchase your space leased back to the developer and let them maintain and manage; this is a real hands-off low-risk investment with capital growth from day one with the BMV prices backed by RICS valuation.

Currently available for sale, parking spaces at the International airports of Glasgow and Gatwick, these investments are SIPPS, and HMRC approved to make them particularly attractive, but not restricted to investors who are taking advantage of the relaxation of the pension laws. These investors looking for the high yields and strong capital growth that were traditionally found in the ‘buy to let’ market that has seen a drop in yields.

Investors will see at least 25% growth in the asset from day one as all spaces are sold below market value, backed up with written RIC’s valuation.

Why Invest In Airport Parking?

With the total global parking space industry being worth over 12.5 billion and with land surrounding airport's at a premium, values are set to increase further. Add to the mix a 2-year upward rent review making this investment very attractive indeed.

As airport parking spaces are a private commercial property investment all owners are free to sell, let or manage their investments as they see fit using any management company they wish as an entirely “hands-off” investment they are considered to be the perfect means of diversifying your property portfolio.

Unlike many investment opportunities in on the market, Park First’s car parking spaces are not sold “off plan” but are fully operational working car parks. Security gates, 24 hours a day manned CCTV surveillance and state of the art booking system all in place we even have the customers in place with the newly announced partnership with help me park.

Investing in airport car parking spaces has in the past proved to be a sound economic decision, with demand for both long and short stay car parks in airports certain to increase and the amount and quality of available land declining airport parking investments are sure to have a profitable future.

 

 

 Rental Income 1 Parking Space 2 Parking Space 3 Parking Space
Total Price £25,000 £50,000 £75,000
Year 1 Rental Income at 8% P.A £2,000 p.a £4,000 p.a £6,000 p.a
Year 2 Rental Income at 8% P.A £2,000 p.a £4,000 p.a £6,000 p.a
Year 3 Rental Income at 10% P.A £2,500 p.a £5,000 p.a £7,500 p.a
Year 4 Rental Income at 10% P.A £2,500 p.a £5,000 p.a £7,500 p.a
Year 5 Rental Income at 12% P.A £3,000 p.a £6,000 p.a £9,000 p.a
Year 6 Rental Income at 12% P.A £3,000 p.a £6,000 p.a £9,000 p.a
Projected Capital Growth (RIC’s Val) £6,250 £12,500 £18,750
Total Return (income + resale @ Yr6) £46,250.00 £92,500.00 £138,750.00

 

 

 

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