Two companies that raised 25m from a car park investment scheme near Glasgow and Manchester airports have been forced into liquidation.
The land has now been put up for sale after the Insolvency Service ruled the initiative was “misleading” and “unscrupulous”.
More than 14m was raised from investors willing to spend more than 23,000 for each space in Paisley.
They were promised guaranteed returns of 11% by the Aston Darby company.
The investments, in a 1,050-space car park at Harbour Road, two miles from Glasgow Airport, were sold from April 2017 until December last year.
A similar scheme was selling spaces at a car park near Manchester Airport, …
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