Project: Church Road, Winterbourne Down, South Gloucestershire
Executive SummaryWest Country Partnerships, a property development company, are seeking to raise £25,000 equity investment from the crowd investors for a Planning Uplift, which offers a 50% Return on Investment (ROI).
West Country Partnerships is an evolution of Beaumont Homes. It's main principal, Edward Morgan, is a Managing Director for Beaumont Homes, and this project will benefit from a continued crossover between the two entities. West Country Partnerships was set up to better reflect what individual members of the Beaumont team were trying to achieve in the property development space. The construction team remains the same and key members of Beaumont Homes also remain on board, working towards the success of the project. Miles Morgan, Beaumont Homes is acting as a Consultant on the project
Project DetailsChurch Road, Winterbourne Down is a planning uplift project to achieve planning permission for a single, high spec, luxury dwelling.
The development site is located on a residential plot currently adjacent to a two storey, four bed semi-detached house. The site is extensive and is located in an area where there is much demand for single building plots, which are rare, and as such command a significant premium
Bristol is the regional capital of the South West and lies 120 miles to the west of London. It has a total urban population of approximately 700,000 people. The city has excellent links onto the motorway network (M4 and M5) and benefits from two mainline railway stations and an international airport.
Church Road is located in an area known as Winterbourne Down. Winterbourne Down is a village in South Gloucestershire, England, located on the north-eastern outskirts of Bristol. It is also part of the Civil Parish of Winterbourne. It is demarcated by the Avon Ring Road to the south, which gives excellent commuter access to all the main cities.
The Frome Valley Walkway passes through the village and provides views of the Huckford Viaduct. The village contains the Anglican, All Saints Church and the Methodist Bethesda chapel. Winterbourne Down is also noted for its extensive wooded areas, quarrying legacy and the remains of a Roman camp.
Investment & ExitThe project offers a 50% ROI for the length of the project.
There are two exit options for the investors: 1) the sale of the site after planning permission has been achieved, and 2) the obtaining of development refinance for the site with planning permission to build out the site.Investment in property related assets comes with risks as well as the possibility of rewards. Please read the full risk warning on our platform before deciding to invest.
Crowd Investors are projected to receive 50% ROI.
50% on the £25,000 equity investment is £12,500 and this figure is 10.59% of the projected profits, which are estimated to be £118,000.
The developer will authorise 500 common shares in the SPV and 250 of these will be available to investors as B shares. The director of the SPV will hold the balance as A Shares.
Full details of the Financials can be found in the Equity Offer Document attached to this page.
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