London Luton Airport Parking
About Luton Airport
London Luton Airport was the fastest growing in 2015 and is one of the UK's largest airports, operated by a consortium with AENA, the world's largest airport operator, being the major shareholder.
The airport is headquarters to EasyJet and the operating base for Monarch, Ryanair and Thompson Airways. It serves 174 destinations from 18 airlines serving Europe, North America, Africa and Asia and it's route network is continuing to expand.
Passenger numbers in May this year rose by 17.6% compared with the same period last year, which resulted in the airport having 26 months of consecutive growth. May also saw the busiest ever day in the airports 78 year history seeing over 50 thousand passengers pass through.
£260 million is being invested to transform the airport to increase capacity by 50%, from 12 to 18 million passengers within the next four years and will enable the airport to handle more than 120 additional flights per day. The development includes a major redesign of the terminal, a new passenger transit system to leading world standards, an upgraded security area to speed up passenger processing, and a doubling of retail space.
Luton is one of Europe's best kept secrets when it comes to business and investment and has an unrivalled combination of superb communications, skills, resources and infrastructure. A thriving, self-sustaining town, proud of its heritage and its future, it is a place that brims with opportunity, talent and economic activity of all kinds. Luton is one of the five most affordable towns for commuting to London, and with 92% of children attending good or excellent schools, who wouldn't want to live, work and invest here
The grand place-making plan for Luton will help it to make the most of its location and its many assets to become a vibrant town attracting a broad range of new businesses.
Called the Luton Investment Framework, an investment in infrastructure and a series of strategic developments totalling £1.5bn will attract new businesses and create more than 18,500 jobs for local people.
There is a real opportunity to invest in commuter property close to London around the station and in developments that will attract businesses away from the high rents of the capital.
Numerous proposed projects in and around Luton will benefit the airport's annual economic impact by £1bn and of eight key infrastructure projects, the most significant is in the airport and will be the biggest catalyst for the towns transformation.
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We are offering investors the opportunity to take advantage of this unique investment which has never before been available at London Luton Airport. It is a fully managed hands-off opportunity that we believe is low risk and highly lucrative which makes profiting from this commercial buy-to-let property asset an attractive option.
Each car parking space is offered at £25,000 and will benefit investors with impressive returns and capital growth from day one. Returns of 16% are assured within the first two years and are predicted to rise to 12% by year five. (Year 3 investors have already been paid their third year returns at 10.8%). An independent valuation by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors shows an immediate uplift of £12,500.
All car parks are fully managed by experienced industry experts and each individual parking space comes with full Title Deeds, registered with the Land Registry, in your own name or company name.
Investors worldwide understand the need for airport car parking which is a simple and extremely profitable concept. With full Title Deeds, tangible asset and an income which far exceeds even the best UK bank rates, this investment is proving as popular as it is lucrative.
London Airports Handle 40% More Traffic Than Any Other World Airport
Facts & Figures
Car Parking Spaces
About to be released
Travelled through Luton Airport Last Year
Within a two hour drive
Fly from London Luton Airport every day
Forecast passengers by 2020, a 50% increase on 2015
To increase passenger capacity 50% by 2020
July 2016Over 1.5million passengersPassenger numbers increased by 15.4% on previous year
£110m airport transformation project well underway
Demand for air travel across the South East is rapidly rising
June 201627th month of consecutive growth17.7% passenger increase compared to last June
Over 1.43 million passengers
May 2016Busiest ever May in airports 78 year historyOn just one day, 27th May, 50,564 passengers travelled
Plans confirmed for light rail link between Luton Airport Parkway station and the airport terminal
April 201613 million passenger milestone in the last 12 monthsSeveral new routes launched
Plans announced for £200m MPT Link connecting the rail station to the terminal