Why invest in Kingston - upon - Hull?
In Hull we still have some of the lowest house prices in the country.
However, that is all about to change as the local economy here is experiencing a radical uplift due to massive investment into renewable and green energy in the Humber corridor from both public and privately backed finances.
Multi-national companies continue to invest in the city such as:
...to name a few.
Not to mention that for 2017 Hull has been awarded the UKs City of culture status – and as can be seen from other Cities that have benefited from this accolade such as Cardiff, Liverpool, Glasgow etc – many Millions of pounds will be poured into the city to boost its status and economy.
The inevitable consequence of this is a substantial rise in house prices in the area as Hull becomes a more desirable place to live and the wages rise due to the higher quality of employment on offer.
So why not invest now in a property in Hull while flats, houses and commercial property are still very affordable!
Just some of the exciting attractions Hull has to offer
- Hull is National City of Culture 2017
- Annual cultural event: Freedom Festival attracting 100000+ visitors
- Massive city centre facelift and regeneration underway
- Redevelopment of Hull's cultural quater
- Siemans investment in renewable energy
- BP Investment to local economy
- C4DI Strategic business development building completed
- Reckitts and Benckiser investment
- Hull boasts one of the UK's top Universities
- Increase in international students bucking national trends
- Rise in new shops and bars to all areas of Hull
- Visitor numbers rise as increase cultural attractions
Investing in Hull Property has never been easier.
Learn from the professionals with over 30 years experience in Hull property investment.
Call us today on 01482 342155 for an informal chat and let us show you what options you have available!
In the 2011 census, the population of Kingston upon Hull was 256,406 and is made up of approximately 50% females and 50% males. The average age of people in Kingston upon Hull is 37, while the median age is lower at 36, hence the increasing demand for rented accommodation of this type as more young people move to Hull.
Hull is currently reaping the benefits of being the designated the 2017 UK City of Culture as it continues its regeneration. There is a great deal happening in Hull, with festivals like Freedom, the Humber Mouth Literature Festival, Humber Sesh and Hull Jazz Festival. Home to almost 10,00 businesses, Hull is an enterprising city which attracts world leaders from a diverse range of sectors including Arco, JR Rix and Sons, Sewell Group, Reckitt Benckiser, T J Smith and Nephew, Siemens, KCOM (the former Kingston Communications), food manufacturers such as William Jackson Food Group, Cranswick and AAK Group manufacturers including Arco, Fenner and Ideal Standard. These are all significant employers in the area, they contribute greatly to the quality of life within Hull. Jobs and further developments are still being created and company interest is increasing given the young workforce.
Hull University, which has a new University Technical College opening soon, and Hull College both serve the education needs of the community and support local businesses and growing market opportunities in manufacturing.
Access to services together with excellent cultural and leisure facilities and the coastal natural environment are key attractions of living and working in the city.
The city has strategic access to national and international markets due to excellent connectivity with fast rail services to London (under 3 hours) and the Robin Hood Airport within 52 miles.