Stunning Redevelopment Near Nottingham City Centre
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
£105,000 (prices from)


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These thoughtfully converted apartments are located just outside Nottingham city centre, the UK’s best performing property investment location for rental yields (Private Finance’s Buy-to-let Hotspots) and the city with the highest house price growth going into 2020 (Hometrack House Price Index).

With prospective tenants just three minutes from Nottingham Trent University and seven minutes from the city centre by tram, the excellent residential location is sure to drive demand in this boutique development and support future price growth in a city already thriving.

Westbridge House will consist of 23 one, two and three bed apartments, ideal for young professionals and students alike, with completion set for September this year. The project is being delivered by an award-winning Nottingham developer with a strong track record.

Each apartment in this historical building with amazing features will include a high quality fitted kitchen and bathroom. The payment structure is very favourable – investors pay only 10% on exchange (protected), 10% three months later and the final 80% on completion. Finance is anticipated to be available, subject to status and lender’s valuation.



Hometrack’s latest house price index has been released, showing that Nottingham led the way for house price growth going into the new year.

Figures from December 2019 show that with an average house price of £159,600 and a year-on-year growth of 5.2%, Nottingham looks to be one of the best locations to invest in for strong capital growth in 2020.

Here are nine reasons to invest in the city:

Transport links and accessibility

Nottingham is perfectly located in the heart of the country and has fantastic links to both the motorway and rail network, with trains to London St Pancras in as little as 90 minutes. Not to mention the investment that has gone into Nottingham’s infrastructure welcoming an award-winning tram system helping staff access the workplace with ease.

The city is also within a four-hour drive of 89% of the UK which is strategically important for businesses looking to access the market on a national scale.

Offering daily flights to major European hubs is East Midlands Airport, the UK’s busiest pure cargo airport and a hub for DHL and UPS.

A hotspot for tech

A city thriving in the tech sector, a large tech talent pool and a strong tech ecosystem makes Nottingham a real hub for the creative and digital sector.

The Creative Quarter is the home of all things tech and offers a range of services from co-working hubs and unique business spaces to independent restaurants and retailers. Nottingham also has a healthy, strong tech community and there are numerous tech events and meetups across the city on a regular basis.

Companies looking to engage with the two universities can access a talent pool of 29,600 creative and digital students and can collaborate with their research and development centres of excellence.

Access to talent

With not one but two award winning universities Nottingham is a highly skilled city and produces 60,000 students a year giving local businesses the ability to attract some serious talent.

Nottingham Trent University was ranked the #1 University in 2017 by Times Higher Education, whilst Nottingham Business School (part of NTU) has this year been shortlisted for Times Higher Education Business School of the Year.

With the abundance of talent in Nottingham it isn’t surprising that 60% of the jobs are in knowledge-intensive industries such as financial and business services, creative and digital, advanced manufacturing and life sciences. This figure is well above the UK average.

Exciting key developments

Nottingham is the fastest growing city in the East Midlands and is currently embarking on an intense period of economic regeneration, with the £250m Southern Gateway, £150m re-development of the Broadmarsh shopping centre and the highly anticipated Boots Island site development that is set to include a five star hotel, retail space, homes and offices.

In the city centre you can find Guildhall Place, 300,000 sq ft of unused space that could potentially see a four star hotel and grade A offices. The Guildhall is steeped in history and is truly a unique building.

It’s clear that Nottingham is a city on the move and with prime headline rent for Grade A office space at £19.50 per sq ft it makes the city a prime destination to invest.

Home of disruptive thinkers

Its creative and independent spirit comes from the many disruptive thinkers that once called Nottingham home, from the legendary tales of Robin Hood to one of the most influential writers of the 20th century – D.H Lawrence.

Nottingham has always been a city that has a desire to drive change, did you know that there have been many breakthrough discoveries here such as the MRI Scanner, Ibuprofen, HP Sauce and the invention of a machine that helped kick off the industrial revolution.

Fast forward many years, Nottingham is now proudly home to major brands such as Experian, Boots, Speedo, Capital One, Raleigh, TDX and UNiDAYS.

Quality of life

Not only is Nottingham a great place to invest or relocate to, its quality of life offering is second to none and you can enjoy city life at a fraction of the cost you would pay in London.

When it comes to typical annual savings, Nottingham ranks number one with workers saving on average £6k more than those in London, meaning you can really make the most of its forever growing food and drink scene, famous music venues, independent shops and world-class sporting events.

Culturally rich city

Nottingham is a culturally rich city with Robin Hood’s famous Sherwood Forest a short drive away, the Peak District on its doorstep and plenty of festivals and activities to get involved in all year round.

It’s also a UNESCO City of Literature, Official Home of Sport, Greenest UK City and in the top 10 UK retail destinations.

Higher salaries than the national average

Short but sweet: Nottingham offers competitive salaries, the average digital salary is £44,023, again above the UK average.

A strong business ecosystem

The Creative Quarter which has already been touched on, is Nottingham’s creative business district and is on hand to provide essential business support to independent entrepreneurs and businesses whether that’s start-ups or thriving SME’s.

Accelerate Places also offers co-working space as well as introduction to a network of investors through one of the UK’s leading digital venture builders, Blenheim Chalcot.

BioCity Nottingham is one of the UK’s largest bio-incubator facilities and supports many businesses on the leading edge in life sciences. BioCity offers onsite support for businesses, with partners from legal firms to patenting experts.

MediaCity – a joint venture with BioCity and Boots – is a business incubator and offers the ideal environment for start-ups and established companies to develop, grow and even benefit from Boots’ expertise in the global healthcare sector.


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