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Great Moor Street Student Accommodation Bolton - £46,950


Great Moor Street is a student accommodation building that is being developed in a very prominent site in Bolton Town centre.  The project has the following key investment features:  

- Rental Returns of 9% NET per annum assured for 5 years

- Developer buy-back option at 110% from Year Five

- All legal costs paid by the developer

- 5% Interest on all deposited funds before completion  

The building will consist of 119 en-suite pods and 21 studio apartments. Sizes will range between 12-29m2 and all properties will be finished and furnished to an excellent standard.

The site will enjoy top of the range facilities, including a gymnasium, reception area, communal kitchens, laundry rooms and landscaped gardens; giving a student everything that they need to live in comfort.   

The project will be completed in time for intake in 2017, and will offer all students the very best in luxury living.

The location of the site is in and amongst a very busy area within Bolton Town Centre on a road which is a key through route connecting Bradshawgate to Moor Lane. The University campus is situated approximately 0.6 miles away from the site and can be reached in 2 minutes via car or around 10 minutes by foot making the education zone within easy reach of the proposed development. Bolton train station is located approx. 300m away and with the new soon to be completed Bolton Transport Interchange literally opposite the site, nationwide transport access will be even easier than it currently is.

Adjacent to the Interchange and approx. 4 minutes walk away from the building there are two large supermarkets and just a couple of minute’s walk from the site there’s Bolton’s main town centre shopping Bolton University is investing millions of pounds in to its facilities in a bid to strengthen its position as the fastest growing profession focussed university in the UK.

Harbouring plans to grow its intake to 20,000 students by 2019 the University is poised to go from strength to strength. Currently the university provides just 700 beds and in contrast to neighbours Manchester and Liverpool there is very little competition by way of new developments.

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