Properties within 500 metres of a railway station pull a generous-sized house price premium in Manchester. According to Nationwide the Mancurian’s covet city-living with an easy transport hub.
Manchester is a vibrant and colourful city with inward investment that is second only to London, making it a place brimming with up and coming residential areas for the young and upwardly mobile.
Manchester is the next city to get Brompton bikes at its Piccadilly train station. The bikes will be launched next week to help commuters get around the city.
Manchester is a dynamic and lively place with a rich history. Here we give you a breakdown of urban living in one of the most charismatic cities in the UK.
First-time buyers in Manchester could have an advantage over their counterparts in the rest of the UK, if a mortgage loan scheme goes ahead.The proposed scheme could see first-time buyers secure a 95 per cent mortgage with the financial impact of a 75 per cent mortgage.
A study has found city dwellers are willing to pay up to £29.91 per month, or around £360 per year, for greener urban spaces. People in Manchester and Sheffield agreed a council tax supplement could help pay for better parks and more trees.
Pin-up, a 1950s themed pop-up venue with four full sized ten pin bowling lanes, American diner, cocktail bar and dancefloor, makes its debut at Manchester’s vibrant Spinningfields district on September 15.
Britain’s housing market was flat during June, but 1.1 per cent lower than a year ago, according to data from Nationwide. However, a closer look at the lender's city figures reveals sharp rises and falls over the year.
Kensington in London is Britain's most expensive area in which to buy a home, with average prices nearing £1.75 million, figures from zoopla.co.uk show. A typical Kensington W8 pad costs £400,000 more than its nearest rival, Chelsea SW3.
The total property value of Britain's biggest cities has been revealed in a new survey from findaproperty.com, with London coming in a rather predictable first place.