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Leeds is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Riding of Yorkshire.



Fastest growing population of working adults in the UK Student population of 60,000



Employing more people in Financial Services than anywhere outside of London



Is the average weekly wage with a 68.9% employment rate -contributing to strong rental market


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Leeds Bradford Airport services 70 destinations in 30 countries across Europe, Asia and North America.

Leeds is linked to the rest of the country via train. It takes two hours to get to London, 50 minutes to reach Manchester, approximately an hour and a half to reach Liverpool, 45 minutes to reach Sheffield and an hour and a half to reach Newcastle.

Leeds itself is inland, but the ports along the Humber, notably Hull, are only 50 miles away and accessible in an hour by road and rail.


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The average price of a house in the Leeds city region is £165,400. Various figured can be found from a number of sources but this value seems to be the best average.

Average rent in the city is approximately £700 PCM, putting Leeds in the same bracket as Manchester, Liverpool and Sheffield.

Analysts JLL predict that property values will continue to rise in Leeds by at least 5% per year to 2020 for a total increase of approximately 20%.


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The employment rate in the city stands at 68.9%, impressive considering the large student population.

The average wage per week stands at £499.00.

Leeds is currently seeing the fastest year on year growth of jobs in the private sector of any UK city, including the largest concentration of data scientists of any city outside of London and the highest proportion of knowledge economy jobs in the North.



Leeds is one of the largest cities and regions in the UK

Leeds is one of the largest cities and regions in the UK and is a part of the ‘Core Cities’ group. The region takes in important towns and cities such as Hudders eld, Bradford, Wake eld, Halifax, Harrogate and Keighley.

During the Industrial Revolution, Leeds was a major mill town as well as being a home for metal working printing, wool, engineering and many other industries.

Today, Leeds is still a manufacturing region,if not to the same extent it once was, as well as being a key nancial and knowledge centre.


Leeds city region has a GVA (Gross Value Added) of £60.5bn making it the largest regional economy outside of London and the South East and bigger that nine EU countries. The city itself has a GVA of approximately £20bn.

Leeds is the second centre of banking in the UK, employing more people in nancial services than anywhere else outside of London. The
city is home to the only branch of the Bank of England outside of London.

Leeds is an attractive destination for big business, for instance Burberry who are investing heavily in manufacturing in the city.

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