Friday, September 26, 2008

£5407/m2, most expensive land in the UK?

Space 7,Lower Fish Street Garage,ST IVES

£58000 for a car parking space in St Ives: Dimensions MAX HEAD HEIGHT 1.9M SPACE Width 4.36m SPACE Length 2.63m narr to 2.29m Mad, just mad. For that money you could park for 40 years in the public car park near the Tate in St Ives.

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6 thoughts on “£5407/m2, most expensive land in the UK?

  • In a year, this ‘property’ will be traded at 540 pounds and 7 pence only. Rest assured.

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  • So I see sense has finally returned to the property market !!!

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  • st. ives peninsula is one of the worlds prime parking hell holes, still mental money though.

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  • Repulsive piece of moronic information. It’s only value is as an example of utter selfish greed and the fact it gives me the opportunity to write this about it. So it’s a good post and shows how vile things in the world of property still are.

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  • The crazy thing is that you can get a residents parking permit for £450 per year, i.e. £58,000 / £450 = 129 years resident parking!
    This is pure speculation far out of touch with the actual value. Just like the rest of the housing market.
    A true value would be, say 20 year of parking, £9000.

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