Some time in the immediate future ...
2024 Investment Portfolio
Good evening, Shareholders.
Tonight is not an evening for wringing of hands or fussing about the millions of folk now evacuating low lying countries or islands across the planet because, this evening, we finally get to see, first-hand, just how well our plans are progressing regarding the purchasing of North of England real estate over the last 5 years. (From November 2019 till the present.)
As you can see from Map 1, our latest, near concrete, predictions for a 1.5 – 2.0 global temperature rise now means that, as a business, we now own vast tracts of real estate along the post global warming coastline of the North East of England.
If you turn to the map on page 5 of your brochure, you will note that the previous inland locations of Horncastle, Lincoln Heighington, Ruskington, Sleaford, Bourne, Market Deeping, Whittlesey, Yaxley, Sawtry, Huntingdon, Cottenham Histon, Newmarket, Soham, Thetford and Downham Market are all now guaranteed to become desirable coastal venues in a brand new area we call Beach Bay. (Or Beach Sound.)
Incidently, King’s Lyn, already a port served by the Great Ouse river estuary, will now be part of a new coastal beach frontage running to Downham Market … with a new estuary heading inland towards Swaffham. In fact, the global warming premium gives us an extra 2, 275 Sq miles of additional ocean and that means our whole seafront investment, (areas with direct coastal access), rises from an original 40 miles of coastline to, approximately, 400 miles of coastline.
And within Beach Bay, although we will have lost Skegness, Boston, Spalding, Holbeach and Wisbech to the ocean, we will now have some exclusive new island properties including March, Chatteris, Ely and Littleport available for sale as exclusive island locations for our most demanding of clientele.
Our purchases also include areas North of Beach Bay previously marketed as the least desirable or ‘cheapest’ areas to live in the UK with locations such as Scunthorpe, Doncaster and Goole now encompassing a separate, vast, estuary region adding a further 150 miles of brand new coastal frontage.
Feel free to offer comments in the suggestion box on your way out ... or leave a comment online. :-)
View BEFORE and AFTER maps in the following links. (Below)