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"Bath is a city with a master plan! This area is a South West hotspot and ideal for anyone interested in billion pound redevelopments. And honestly what buy-to-let investor isn't?
When I read the ideas behind Bath City Riverside Enterprise Area I got really excited. The council wants to grow Bath’s economy by £620 million, an increase of 16% pa. That’s a phenomenal amount. The Enterprise Area intends to drive employment and investment leading to £1 billion of development in the course of the next 15 years. Just imagine being a part of something that huge.
Neighbouring Bristol is also going from strength to strength and together with Bath the cities are really driving the economy of the South West. There’s big plans on the horizon for both areas and big plans mean big opportunities for property investors."
I've been reading your material on the web, end to end, at least once a month. Reason? Because as I grow in the business, the meanings of what you say in your material changes. They grow. They become more relevant. More importantly, as I practice the principles and follow the rules, I definitely see the benefit.
Jon and Mark
Though we were initially only looking at a single purchase, we have since increased this to 3, because the team make us feel very confident in what we, and they, are doing. We would recommend them to anyone.
Living in Singapore, I was not close enough to the London property market to understand the market sentiment. The