Willow Vale, Shepherd's Bush, London
*Target start date is 31st May 2018. Shares may be issued in two tranches to avoid delays.
** Projected return to be paid as a capital gain if circumstances make it possible to do so
*** The Minimum Preferred Return is the return payable to Crowd Investors before the Developer takes any profit themselves.
Property name: Willow Mews
Property type: House - Terrace
Property age: 2000+
Market type: Young professionals
Description: This Mews style, gated development has been designed by award winning architects to make the most of the location and to complement the surrounding buildings. It is located on a quiet residential street close to Westfield, the new BBC development as well as the new Soho House. Each of the two 3 Bed Mews Houses have private gardens to the rear along with first floor terraces. Whilst the 2 Bed Units are single storey, with secluded private courtyards. They all have gated off-street parking and communal covered bicycle storage. Read more.
Shepherd's Bush and nearby White City are at the centre of an £8Bn regeneration that will see the already popular Westfield London shopping centre expand with a new John Lewis flagship department store plus 70 new shops and restaurants.
Nearby, the iconic former BBC Television Centre is part of a large scale regeneration project by the developer Stanhope. It will bring 950 flats, offices, restaurants and bars, a Soho House run hotel and a private members club with a roof top bar.
Imperial College is establishing a new 25-acre research and innovation and more recently the Royal College of Arts has announced that it will be opening a new campus at White City Place.
This part of Hammersmith is a primary commuter area popular with young professionals and families. It is very well served by many London Underground stations (including Shepherd's Bush and White City on the Central Line, Goldhawk Road and Sheperd's Bush Market are on the Hammersmith & City Line as is Wood Lane) and regular bus services. Shepherds Bush is on the Overground too with trains to Clapham Junction and Willesden Junction along with London Midland Trains to Watford Junction.
Whilst prices in this area, as with most of Greater London, have stalled over the last three years, this has been on the back of significant increases over the last 5 years.
Local Property Market analysis uses House Price Index data from The Land Registry. The commentary is opinion only and should not be taken as fact.
|Stamp Duty & Completion Fees||£76,000|
|Less Senior Debt & Mezzaine Finance||-£9,610,046|
|Ordinary A shares||£100,000|
|Ordinary B shares||£250,000|
|Redeemable Class A shares||£172,500|
|Gross Development Value*||£3,625,000|
|Gross Development Profit||£897,975|
|Sales & Finance Costs*||-£233,099|
|CL Growth Fees||-£20,035|
|Projected Net Profit||£509,627|
|Total Equity held as Redeemable Class A||£172,500|
|Share of Profit Paid to Redeemable Class A||10.80%|
|Capital Return to Redeemable Class A Shareholders||£55,018|
|Projected Total Return to Investors***||31.9%|
*The stated Gross Development Value is based on the current sales values according to local agents
**Market Growth has not been considered as is normal practice
*** Holders of Redeemable Shares are eligible to a minimum preferred return of 18% p.a.and the remainder will be paid as a Dividend
|Investment Period*||15 Months|
|Projected Total Return||31.9%|
|Projected Total Annualised Return*||25.5%|
|Minimum Preferred Return||18% p.a.|
* The Capital Gain is fixed at 18% p.a. and the remainder will be paid as a Dividend.
|CrowdLords Risk Rating|
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* The Risk Return Profile is a subjective assessment made by CrowdLords based on the information provided by the LandLord. Investors should make their own assessment of Risk & Reward before investing
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Anthony moved to property development 20 years ago after retiring from the position of Senior Partner at Taylor Johnson Garrett. Since then he has completed a number of successful schemes in London as well as in the midlands
Tuke Manto Architects
Roger has over 20 years experience in design planning and architecture. He has worked with Anthony on a number of his earlier projects and will lead a team including Peter Miles (QS) from Robert Martell & Partners, Roger Tant (Engineer) Caroline Wilberforce and Tania Tindale (planning consultants)