Category Archives for "Regeneration Hotspots"

The Westfield Effect: Croydon CR0

Croydon in South London has previously been better known for its tired concrete facades rather than somewhere you might find London’s elite. However, this is all about to change. As London’s urban sprawl continues, young professionals are looking for the perfect combination of luxury and affordable living. Get the full investment story by downloading your […]

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South Kesteven Property Investment Guide

The district has a local regeneration plan until 2036 South Kesteven is a region in South West Lincolnshire and is famous for being the birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton and also of Britain’s only female Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher. South Kesteven District Council has a local plan until 2036 which includes: “new development requirements for […]

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Property Investment Guide Dartford

Dartford, bridging the counties Dartford lies in a valley and the River Darent flows through the town centre. On Dartford’s eastern edge is the superb Bluewater Shopping centre, it has been called Europe’s largest, most innovative shopping centre with impressive statistics of over 300 brands and 28 million visitors annually and with 50 restaurants and bars […]

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Shropshire Property Investment Guide

A  prosperous quaint county undergoing regeneration Shropshire is located adjacent to north Wales, and just south of Cheshire. Shropshire is approximately three hours north-west of London, forty minutes from Birmingham and one hour from Manchester. It is connected to the rest of the United Kingdom via a number of road and rail links.

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Property Investment Guide Trafford

Property Investment Guide – Trafford has above national average incomes The Metropolitan Borough of Trafford is a prosperous area. It is the only borough in Greater Manchester (apart from Manchester itself) to be above the national average for weekly income, and is on average the highest in the county. Trafford’s economy is excellent, it has a […]

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Newham Property Investment Guide

At 23.4 % property prices rises are the highest in London Newham is situated 5 miles east of the City of London and is north of the River Thames. The borough’s motto, from its coat of arms, is “Progress with the People.” The coat of arms was derived from that of the County Borough of West Ham, […]

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Ealing Property Investment Guide

A strong economy ready to explode when Crossrail opens in 2019 Situated in affluent west London and close to Heathrow airport, Ealing is in a strong economic position. The average household income is £36,000 a year and there are over 147,5000 in work in the borough. Property prices are in the mid-range for London. Of the […]

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