Manchester has been on the global investment radar for some time due to its regeneration the city centre has grown into a vibrant and cultural diverse environment. Aided by the relocation of BBC it has become a hub for young professionals and Media companies.
As Britain’s second city more people moved to Birmingham from London than any other city in 2015. HSBC has chosen Birmingham for their new headquarters making the Jewerly Quarter a growing cosmopolitan area which can boast of the most Michelin Starred restaurants outside of London.
Liverpool has been famous among football and music fans for decades but what really makes it the city for investment the growing population of both domestic and international students. There is continuing demand for new student property, and in particular high-quality student accommodation.
Bristol is one of the most productive big city economies in the UK, with Aerospace, KPMG and Osbourne Clarke all having a presence. The city itself has seen an equal influx of student and professional movement ensuring growth within property investment rental yields and prices.