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Property Investment in Sheffield

Sheffield, its name derived from the city’s River Sheaf, is a large metropolitan city and borough in South Yorkshire; in the north of England. Historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire (and Derbyshire), Sheffield has grown to become a driving force of the north and is largely considered its own county area.

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Sheffield

Far removed from industrial past, Sheffield is today a vibrant, thriving commercial city, which offers considerable opportunity for investors seeking to capitalise on the region's growing demand for property investment in Sheffield.

Far removed from industrial past, Sheffield is today a vibrant, thriving commercial city, which offers considerable opportunity for investors seeking to capitalise on the region's growing demand for property investment in Sheffield.

The Sheffield Metropolitan borough, which includes the city and its immediate suburbs, is the third largest in the UK. With more than half a million residents, it outstrips Manchester, Liverpool and Bristol, coming just shy of neighbour Leeds. With a significant ethnic diversity, Sheffield is a base of settlement for all nationalities, with an 8% population of Asian residents, almost 4% Black and 1.5% Arab.

Alongside a thriving cultural community, the student population of Sheffield almost reaches 60,000 thanks to its two universities, presenting an excellent opportunity for property investment in Sheffield, particularly in the student accommodation market.

Sheffield has a long history, but achieved international fame and success during the Industrial Revolution as one of the finest steel producers in the land. Technologies such as the crucible and stainless steel were founded and developed in the area, driving the population of the city in the 1800s to multiple by almost ten times. In the modern landscape, Sheffield has grown to become one of the great economic powers in Yorkshire.

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Why Invest in Sheffield

Why Invest in Sheffield

The population of Sheffield currently exceeds 635,000 and as the population continues to grow, this has had a natural impact on increasing house prices, along with demand.

Aside from residential housing and commercial property in Sheffield, the city is becoming more and more attractive to students and therefore student accommodation, flats and city centre apartments are in strong demand for those relocating to the city.

Investment in Sheffield not only comes from student, residential and commercial property, but the economy in general, which continues to develop at a rate of 5% each year and has seen its many industries, such as digital media, manufacturing, finance, engineering and technology, grow and expand, which is what makes this city so attractive to the 52,000 businesses that currently operate in Sheffield.

Sheffield has seen a wealth of regeneration projects become reality, creating a more attractive place to live, work and invest. These improvements includes the cities transport links and facilities and attractions around the city. The Northern Power House Initiative has its own plans of investment 

Sheffield Student Life

Student Accommodation continues to see demand in Sheffield

Sheffield is one of the UK’s most popular university destinations and is home to almost 60,000 full time students across the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam.

Development of Sheffield’s Universities each year continues to make student life more appealing and so it’s quite clear to see why both universities are ranked very highly within the UK and Europe. Sheffield doesn’t however just cater to those currently studying within the city but wants to help graduates and young professionals stay within the city and grow with it.

With growth comes demand and so naturally there is a constant demand for not only student accommodation, but also residential property in Sheffield. Keeping up with the growth and development of the city allows for plenty of options and further investment opportunities for those thinking about advancing their portfolio through property investment in Sheffield.

Sheffield Transport Links

Sheffield's Transport Links makes it easy for tourists and residents to come and go

Getting in and out of Sheffield has never been easier as it’s fairly central within the UK so there are plenty of travel options if you want to explore outside the city.

The English capital of London is less than three hours away, Scottish capital of Edinburgh 4 and a half hours and Welsh capital Cardiff 3 and a half hours away.

Sheffield is linked to the closer northern cities of Leeds, Bradford and Manchester with less than an hour of travel time, whether by car or one of its urban railway stations. The nearest airport is 45 miles away and connects Sheffield to a number of European destinations and the east coast of the United States.

Sheffield is built upon the banks of the River Sheaf, which is separated from neighbouring city Rotherham by the M1 motorway network. Located just to the east of the Peak District National Park, Sheffield attracts thousands of tourists every year.

The Future of Sheffield

Sheffield Future

Sheffield was a world leader in steelwork during the Industrial Revolution, but suffered the decline of manufacturing and industry in line with the rest of the nation.

Reacting quicker than most however, Sheffield avoided the more dramatic slumps found elsewhere and grew to become one of the economic powerhouses in the region.

The local constituency has invested heavily in redevelopment during the 21st century and has seen a 60% increase in the city’s value; to average £9.2 billion in 2007. This positive growth continues to move forwards, with Sheffield moving at around 5% annually which is a leader amongst the Yorkshire and Humber areas.

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