With advertisers spending their budgets elsewhere, rents on paper and paste billboards are being squeezed. Media operators are terminating sites across the UK.
Wildstone are the market leaders in the outdoor media infrastructure. We can guarantee you a large capital payment in exchange for your advertising assets or a substantial increase in rent.
If you're not ready to sell, we also offer long-term leases, so that your income stream can be secured.
“I’m really pleased with how sleek and attractive the digital billboard looks on the side of my property. Since the need for manual poster changes has been eliminated, there’s no more disruptions for the residents and local businesses, which is a big relief. I would like the opportunity to thank Henry from Wildstone for his professional approach from getting the project off the ground, through the approval stages and right up to the point of getting the digital billboard up. The assistance and guidance through the whole process has been faultless and the capital payment was processed swiftly."
"After owning the building for 24 years, I wanted to extend and refurbish my property. Instead of borrowing money or re-mortgaging, I sold my advertising hoarding to Wildstone to raise the required funds.
Luke and the rest of their team have been nothing but helpful throughout, which made the whole experience a lot less stressful than I anticipated."
"I own a building next to a busy junction. I wondered how much I could earn from putting a billboard up on its side, but the hassle and paperwork around it have put me off that idea.
Selling my advertising space to Wildstone meant I received a significant one-off payment without having to worry about planning permissions or media tenants."
“I had experienced multiple rent reductions over recent years and had grown frustrated with my previous media tenant.
I talked to Wildstone and entered into a long lease agreement - not only did this secure and protect my valuable income, but I also enjoyed an uplift in rental.
I can fully recommend Wildstone to other billboard owners."