Sheffield’s population is projected to increase by around 88,600 people over the 25-year period
5% annual price rise over the last year
Average rental yields of 6%
60,000 students attend Sheffield’s university’s every year
Located in the North of the UK, Sheffield most commonly known for being the centre of the steel industry outside of London until the 1970s, is now being revitalised as a hub for banking, insurance and technology institutions flooding into the area.
The Sheffield city region is undergoing heavy investment to boost the city’s economic output and rival its neighbouring city of Manchester to be the powerhouse of the north. Over recent years International companies such as Boeing, McLaren Automotive, Rolls-Royce, Tata, and Toshiba have set up operations in the area offering the population and recent graduates of the two major universities opportunities to stay in the area for work.
The opportunities for growth in Sheffield will continue over the next decade as regeneration projects are delivered such as the heart of the city II scheme. Investing into the city centre redesigning and developing 1.5 million sqft of buildings including a new urban park all part of Sheffield councils’ mission to becoming a more environmentally stable city
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