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TIME:Commercial Freehold has completed the ground rent purchases of three holiday parks across Scotland. The tenant, Richmond Wight Estates offer three types of lodges for purchase; premium, deluxe and superior. Each of the locations have been specifically chosen for its outstanding scenery and proximity to excellent amenities nearby. The rent is reviewed annually linked to RPI (1% floor and 5% cap).
This purpose built holiday park is made up of an historic main building split into 17 apartments, alongside 33 new individual lodges and is located in the quiet of the South Devonshire countryside. The rent is reviewed annually linked to RPI (1% floor and 5% cap).
A purpose built 99 bedroom hotel, located in Southampton and issued with a 175 year Full Repairing and Insuring lease to Dolphin Hotel Property Limited and operated under
the Mercure Hotel brand. The rent is reviewed annually linked to RPI (1% floor and 5% cap).
A freehold property comprising a purpose built Health, Fitness and Racquets club, let in its entirety to David Lloyd Clubs for a lease term of 25 years at purchase date on a Full Repairing and Insuring lease with no breaks. The rent is reviewed every five years with a fixed 3% per annum compound.
A purpose built 80 bedroom hotel, located in Great Yarmouth and leased to Premier Inn, with five yearly inflation linked uplifts. Purchased for £9 million with a net initial yield of 4.7% and a lease term at purchase of 23 years.
A purpose built, 60,000 square foot town centre supermarket set across three floors and parking, which is let to Morrisons on a long lease with regular inflation linked uplifts.
A brand new retail park less than a mile from the town centre with three prime tenants on long leases and attractive non-negotiable rental uplifts.
This purpose built, 131 bedroom hotel is let for 125 years and operated under the DoubleTree by Hilton brand. If the tenant defaults on the lease, the leasehold interest would be forfeited and the market value of the freehold should be substantially higher than the value that the Fund paid for it.