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The Park, Wolverhampton

The Park Wolverhampton

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Last year Gladfish offered The Park to investors. We knew it would be a great investment, thanks to its brilliant location the exciting things going on in and around Wolverhampton.

And we were right. This is the last phase launching in this development, and as we’ve sold previous phases, we’ve seen first hand what can be achieved. Investors who bought in The Park previous phase have already seen an astonishing 10% growth.

Wolverhampton is already home to many major employers, such as Birmingham Midshires bank, Tarmac and Carillion and Jaguar Land Rover. The latter’s £1 bn UK Engine Manufacturing Centre is responsible for bringing 1,400 jobs to Wolverhampton.

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Investment – This will change the fundamental, and allow your capital to grow.

Wolverhampton is being targeted for major regeneration projects. A total of around £3.7bn worth of investment is currently underway or planned for the city over the next 10 years.

Some 60 acres of land have been earmarked for new development, with the aim of creating around 10,000 new homes.

New improvements as part of the regeneration plan include:

•The Westside Scheme – a mixed use leisure development in Wolverhampton city centre, which will complement the improvement and expansion of the Mander Shopping Centre. It’s estimated to cost around £55m and the first phase is expected to start in 2018.

•A number of residential schemes developed in The Royal and St George’s, which will create an attractive residential quarter along with Canalside South, a high quality residential development benefitting from close proximity to the canal and transport.

•The Molineaux Campus, a joint collaboration between the Chinese conglomerate Fosun International (the new owners of Wolverhampton Football Club), the Council and the University of Wolverhampton. The aim is to weave together the football club and university into the fabric of the city centre.•

•The Springfield Campus, which will accommodate the university’s expansion in Wolverhampton. University of Wolverhampton’s major expansion plans. The site will be home to the School of Architecture and the Built Environment, which will be a centre of excellence for the built environment, construction and high value manufacturing.

Economy & Employment –Jobs and the general economy will give you the confidence needed.

Following the demise of Wolverhampton’s industrial base, the service sector has become by far and away dominant since the turn of the century, accounting for nearly 80% of total employment.

The civil service, health and education accounts for approximately a third of the service-led sector.

Manufacturing is a sizeable industry in the city and surrounding areas, accounting for around 15% of total employment.

Wolverhampton’s largest employers include:

Birmingham Midshires bank

Tarmac and Carillion (construction)

Jaguar Land Rover

Chubb

MOOG (aerospace)

Marston’s brewers 

The introduction of Jaguar Land Rover to Wolverhampton has created 1,400 jobs in the area, of which over 80% of the workforce lives within 10 miles of Wolverhampton, providing a great boost for the local economy.

Whilst employment growth in Wolverhampton has been sluggish over the last decade, the attraction of major employers from a variety of industries has engendered a sharp increase in the skill base of the local workforce.

Wolverhampton’s Annual Population Survey suggests that the number of residents with no qualifications has fallen by over 20% since 2007, whilst those possessing NVQ Level 3 qualifications or above account for around half of the population. 

Transport –The best transport links are always the most desirable characteristics.

By Air: Birmingham International Airport is the nearest major terminus to Wolverhampton, 25 miles away. It can be reached directly by train or car. Britain’s 7th busiest airport, Birmingham handles flights from most leading airlines to and from destinations across Europe and as far as Dubai and Islamabad. By Rail: Wolverhampton Station is a major station on the West Coast Main Line, connecting to most major cities in the UK including London Euston and Manchester Piccadilly. Regular services can reach London in under two hours. A network of local services also connect Wolverhampton to surrounding towns such as Telford, Coventry and Shrewsbury.By Road: Wolverhampton is close to several motorways – the M5 and M6 run north and south past the city and provides easy access on the M40 London-bound. The M54 is a northern by-pass of the city that now has a dedicated exit. A well developed network of A roads links Wolverhampton with Birmingham and all surrounding towns. By Bus: The city’s new bus station runs services operated a number of carriers including long-distance routes by National Express. The centre of Birmingham can be reached directly in under 30 minutes, as well as all surrounding populated areas. 

By Cycle: Whilst there are few dedicated cycle lanes in Wolverhampton, cyclists benefit from the 20mph speed limit imposed on all city center roads.

Education – Families are drawn to the areas with the best education facilities.

The Wolverhampton district has 17 secondary schools, some 64 primary schools, and five independents. 

Secondary schools of note include:

Wolverhampton Grammar School – one of the oldest schools in the country dating from 1512

Wolverhampton Girls’ High School, whose notable alumni include Baroness Hayman, Speaker of the House of Lords

St Peter’s Collegiate School and Tettenhall College, producer of Professor Sir Arthur Harden, Nobel Prize winner for Chemistry

There are six schools with an Ofsted ranking of ‘Outstanding’ and no fewer than 21 with a ranking of ‘Good’ within a two mile radius of the city centre.

Higher education: The University of Wolverhampton was home to almost 20,000 students in 2015/16. It has campuses in the city centre, Walsall and Telford. The University also operates a Health Education 

Centre for student nurses in Burton-upon-Trent.In May 2015 the university announced its intentions to invest £250m in the area.

This will include investment in new buildings, courses, learning and teaching, research, skills and training. The aim is to enhance the experience for students, to increase the skill-base in the region, to help create jobs and to drive and support economic regeneration.

Money is being spent on a host of building projects – including the £100m Springfield Brewery construction college – as well as big investment in staff and research. 

Shopping & Leisure – Readily available leisure facilities are so important to the fundamentals.

Shopping & Dining: The Wulfrun Shopping Centre is located in the heart of the city and is the main destination for branded, national retailers. Chains include names such as Argos, Game, Specsavers and Virgin Media, whilst the nearby Mander Centre is also home to the likes of Boots, BHS, Starbucks, Waterstones and dozens of others. 

All of the common eateries are represented in the city, several fine dining establishments for foodies and several of the most highly regarded Asian restaurants in the West Midlands. The Black Country is famed for its quaint and welcoming pubs and overnight inns, many of which can be found just a stone’s throw from the outskirts of the city.

Sport & Culture: The Molineux Stadium, home of some-times Championship football team Wolverhampton Wanderers is also one of the main live music venues in the city, whilst a number of smaller venues host up-and-coming acts from West Midlands lively home-grown music scene. 

Victorian and modern theatres, galleries, museums and libraries run a varied agenda of cultural offerings and nearby Moseley Old Hall and Boscobei House are popular tourist attractions, both of which figure in the English Civil War. 

Wolverhampton also enjoys a proud heritage in the fields of cycling, motorsports and athletics.

Wolverhampton Racecourse offers a great day out, whilst the more active will find plenty of gyms, spas and a greater-than-average number of golf courses in, and within a short commute from, the city.

Green Spaces: There are three large parks within Wolverhampton. The largest, West Park, has a play area, lake, café, botanical garden and well-kept flora spread around an attractive period bandstand and pavilion. Numerous smaller recreation grounds dot the region, whilst those wanting to really escape to the wild need only travel as far as the Shropshire Hills.

Chairman’s Thoughts – Click to expand

A development with a proven track record“​We’ve been focusing a lot of our attention on commuter towns in the past year, and not just near London. So when the developer approached us and gave us the opportunity to sell the last phase of The Park, we jumped at the chance.

As we’ve sold here before, we’ve seen the proof that this is a solid investment firsthand. Since the last phase, investors have seen 10% growth thanks to The Park’s great location.

Regeneration in Wolverhampton is estimated at a total of £3.7bn, with a lot of that yet to begin, which means there’s plenty of growth for new investors to benefit from.

Add to this the ripple effect from Birmingham, and the coming addition of HS2, and you can see how Wolverhampton will benefit from the ripple effect.

And the great news keeps coming. The development is done, which means you won’t have to wait long to start earning a rental income from your property.

We’ve been proven right in choosing this development and bringing it to you. Now really is your last chance to add this fantastic development, and its proven investment track record, to your portfolio.

Brett Alegre-Wood Property Investor

Brett Alegre-Wood Chairman, Founder & Head of Sourcing

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Property particulars as supplied by Gladfish Property Investment Ltd are set out as a general outline in accordance with the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008, which implement the EU Unfair Commercial Practices Directive. only for the guidance of intending purchasers or lessees, and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Details are given without any responsibility, and any intending purchasers, lessees or third parties should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them. We have not carried out a structural survey and the services, appliances and specific fittings have not been tested. All photographs, measurements, floor plans and distances referred to are given as a guide only and should not be relied upon for the purchase of carpets or any other fixtures of fittings. Gardens, roof terraces, balconies and communal gardens as well as tenure and lease details cannot have their accuracy guaranteed for the intending purchasers, Lease details, service ground rent (where applicable) are given as a guide only and should be checked and confirmed by your solicitor prior to exchange of contracts. No person in the employment of Gladfish Property Investment Ltd has any authority to make any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property. Purchase prices, rents or other prices quoted are correct at the date of publication and unless otherwise stated, exclusive of VAT.

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