Category Archives for "Regeneration Hotspots"

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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Orpington Property Investment

Orpington property: a home run for investors, buyers, and renters

Rent, rent-to-let, buy, or buy-to-rent: all options are open in Orpington With property prices in London seemingly at a plateau, house buyers and property investors are looking elsewhere for opportunity. We think that opportunity is Orpington property. It’s a place that is within easy reach of work and play and saves homeowners (and renters) a […]

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Haringey Property Investment

Haringey Property Investment Guide

Affluent, entrepreneurial & on the up Situated in north London, Haringey borough covers an area of more than 11 square miles. It includes Crouch End, Finsbury Park, Highgate, Muswell Hill, Northumberland Park, Seven Sisters, Tottenham, Wood Green and more. Some familiar local landmarks include Alexandra Palace, Bruce Castle, Jacksons Lane Highpoint I and II and […]

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Woolwich Property Investment

Huge investment in Woolwich is fuelling returns for property investors

Canary Wharf’s movers and shakers have made Woolwich a property hotspot Woolwich, Shooters Hill and Plumstead are all in the London SE18 postcode, but the place that has been the primary focus of extensive regeneration is Woolwich, an area that is identified in the London Plan as one the major centres in Greater London.

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Bournemouth Property Investment

Bournemouth Property Investment Guide

£40 million of regeneration will boost buy-to-let investments Bournemouth’s location has made it a popular destination for tourists, attracting over five million visitors annually with its beaches and popular night-life. It has a financial sector that is worth more than £1,031.8 million in GVA.

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Coventry Property Investment

Coventry Property Investment Guide

The 6th best buy-to-let hotspot in the UK for high rental yields Coventry is a master of reinvention. From its beginnings as capital of England to ribbon weaving, through watch making, bicycle production, and on to mass car manufacturing, the city has been a chameleon for centuries. The population of the region is currently around […]

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Elephant and Castle Property Investment

Elephant and Castle Property Investment Guide

£3bn of regeneration is creating London’s newest cluster of sky-high living London is entering the age of the skyscraper and Southwark’s £3 billion regeneration is putting Elephant and Castle ahead of the herd with many new residential towers built, or being built there. Elephant and Castle were once on the outskirts of Zone 1, but […]

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Salford Property Investment

Salford – A City of economic growth and investment opportunity

  HSBC’s annual survey found that Manchester was Britain’s buy-to-let hotspot (This is Money 3.06.15) with average buy-to-let yields of 7.98%. Rental properties make up more than a quarter of Manchester’s housing stock and the largest proportion in Britain. Annual rents have risen 7% in the 12 months up to July 2016 in Salford according to Rightmove.

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Huntingdon Property Investment

Free Huntingdon Property Investment Guide

Opportunities in the Cambridgeshire countryside Huntingdon is an important bridgehead where the A1, the Great North Road crosses the River Great Ouse near to Hinchingbrooke House once home to both the Cromwell’s and then the Montagu’s (The Earls of Sandwich), wherein 1660 Samuel Pepys was secretary to Edward Montagu. Huntingdon was no stranger to politics when […]

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