Green Belt is always seeking new investment opportunities to present to our clients, both new and old. Across Ireland, the UK and Europe we explore and examine forestry and forestry related investment options offering a range of returns suitable for all risk appetites.
Please keep in touch with us to stay informed on all exciting projects. Our focus is to provide a number of investments utilising various models and vehicles to make the returns most attractive and efficient. This includes providing a platform for 'retail investors' - those regarded by the central bank as unqualified.
Green Belt has an excellent track record in sourcing and manging forestry investments for both individuals and groups across the world. In Panama, we successfully established 1,800 hectares of Teak in 2005 and sold to a pension fund in 2013, providing returns of 12 - 14% to all our clients.
Similarly, we have purchased blocks of forestry and planting land across Ireland and the UK for individuals providing management services to maximise the financial returns for each investor.
Agricultural incomes, which have been under considerable pressure since last autumn, fell further in July according to the latest official figures from the Central Statistics Office.
Dendrophobia is the fear of trees - it's hard to imagine why you might be but everyone is different and isn't that what makes the world interesting?
At Green Belt we want to help you get over your fear - we'll introduce you to a tree, you can get to know it and soon, you might even embrace one - but we'll draw the line at tree hugger!
Once your fear is conquered, you might then realise that forestry is an incredible asset and one that offers strongs returns on investment, is a hedge versus inflation and is consistently less volatile than traditional equities. It also benefits greatly from favourable tax treatment.
Call Maurice on 087 675 3097 or email to learn more on how to make your life easier.
Farming and Forestry go hand in hand. However, many peoples perception is that forestry is only destined for marginal or mountainous landwhich is not the whole truth.
In 1998, after 30 years of intensive dairy farming, John Kearney from Fermoy in Co.Cork, decided to downsize his farming practices.
Green Belt have been installing security cameras on our harvesting sites for some time now and have been impressed with the results.