Category Archives for "Major UK Towns"

Portsmouth Property Investment

Portsmouth Property Investment Guide

Number one for aerospace defence with good yields for buy-to-let investors Portsmouth’s history lies in maritime industries but today it boasts seven of the top ten global aerospace companies. Astrium, the global leader in aerospace and defence, is the leader in the Europe and number three in the world. Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Gruman, BEA […]

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York Property Investment

Investing in Property in York combines best of both worlds

Investing in Property – York history and contemporary urban. York is a historic English city with history stemming back to Roman times. The city has long been a trade hub, conveniently located in the heart of Yorkshire. York’s local economy is thriving thanks to strong employment growth (set to grow at 4% more than the […]

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Southampton Property Investment

Property Investment Guide Southampton

£3 Billion of investment, Southampton’s master plan ensures 20 years of growth for the SO postcode A town with a plan. Let’s be clear on this: the city of Southampton is already beautiful and benefitting from millions of pounds of investment in development and regeneration. However, if we could just glimpse the future of Southampton we […]

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Runcorn Property Investment

Runcorn Property Investment Guide

A major distribution hub in the north-west, with a growing population Runcorn is an industrial town and cargo port on the southern bank of the River Mersey where the estuary narrows to form Runcorn Gap. During the first half of the 20th century the industry of the town continued to be dominated by the historical […]

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Newcastle upon Tyne Property Investment

Property Investment Guide Newcastle upon Tyne

Property Investment Guide – Innovation and education, combining for a better future Newcastle is the commercial, educational and in partnership with nearby Gateshead, the cultural focus for the North-East. As part of Tyneside, Newcastle’s economy contributes around £13 billion to the UK GVA. 

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