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With the UK’s most diverse economy, Leeds’ picturesque landscape and vibrant student culture draws people from all around the world to the self-proclaimed capital of the North.
The city of Leeds boasts the largest financial sector outside of London and with four universities around the city, professionals and students travel for miles for the unique experience of life in Leeds.
The value of Leeds economy as it continues to grow. Plans throughout the county to increase output by 20% will bolster this impressive figure.
The average house price for a home in Leeds. With house prices continuing to increase year on year since 2014, properties throughout the city offer potential for strong profits.
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Nurturing Potential from Around the World
With 4 major universities situated throughout Leeds, the city boasts the 4th biggest student population in the UK. With over 60,000 foreign and domestic students travelling from 151 countries to call Leeds home. As the local economy continues to thrive and financial, digital and manufacturing industries keep growing, local universities find themselves with impressive graduate recruitment figures.
Connecting the UK By Road, Rail and Air
The city’s main train station has direct connections to all of the country’s major cities and the construction of HS2 will further connect the UK’s two biggest financial hubs. Direct access to the M62 and M1 also ensure that Leeds is a major part of the northern motorway network. Meanwhile, the Leeds Bradford Airport provides non-stop flights to 35 global cities, including Amsterdam, Geneva and Prague.
The Home of Passionate Fans
Leeds is home to plenty of top flight sporting greats. With local rugby, cricket and football teams, visitors flock from as far as Australia to join some of the best crowds Yorkshire has to offer. With an average attendance of 44,000 across all major sports, Leeds is a city with passionate fans. At a university level, the annual varsity events attract students from around the UK as the two major rivals battle it out in a variety of sports.
A City that Spans Through the Ages
From the English Civil War to the industrial revolution, Leeds has a rich historic presence. With museums like the Royal Armouries, which showcases the national collection of arms and armour, alongside shopping arcades which date back to the Victorian era, Leeds allures people from around the world who visit for the history, but stay for its prosperity.
A Lifetime of Adventures Around Every Corner
From the picturesque Roundhay Park to Leeds music festival, the city has something for everyone. Those looking for culture will gravitate towards the historic Kirkstall Abbey or Leeds City Museum, while the Trinity Leeds shopping centre provides more than enough retail therapy alongside a wide variety of restaurants for any occasion. The nightlife lends itself to all sorts of people, with swanky bars and massive venues combining to create one of the best nights in the UK.