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After being awarded city status in 2002, Preston has swiftly grown to become the third largest city in the North West.

With easy access to motorways that lead directly to Manchester, Liverpool and the rest of the country, the city offers affordable living to the young professionals and 30,000 students that frequent the city and the main campus for the University of Central Lancashire. With multimillion pound investments underway throughout, there’s a reason Preston has been the North West’s best city to live and work in for two years running, according to the Good Growth for Cities Index.

£193,538

The average house value in Preston as of January 2018, this marks a 5% increase over the past 12 months.

£1bn

Estimated boost the local economy will receive from multimillion pound developments over the next 10 years.

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A Rich and Triumphant History

Preston’s rich history dates all the way back to the Roman period and throughout the centuries the city has grown from a small town of 1,500 people into a strong city of over 120,000 that remains on the north bank of the River Ribble. The city of Preston has also been the stage for historic battles including Cromwell’s strategic victory over the Duke of Hamilton in 1648.

A Modern University with International Links

With over 90% of graduates turning their degree into a rewarding career or further study, there’s no questioning why over 30,000 students flock to the University of Central Lancashire’s Preston campus. During their studies, it’s not uncommon for students to fall in love with the city and begin to call Preston home.

Strong Links to the North and South

With direct access to the M6 and train links that go all the way to Glasgow and London, the North West’s third city connects those living there to a new adventure every day. The affordable living costs and solid connections to the rest of the country help makes Preston a perfect destination for local students studying at UCLAN or young professionals.

A New Experience Every Day and Night

Whether it’s the Ribble Steam Railway or the National Football Museum, Preston offers a rich historic experience no matter your destination. For a more idyllic trip out, the Avenham and Miller parks are a picturesque day out with friends or family. From a quite one with the pool tables of Arkwrights pub to the thriving club scene, no two nights in Preston are ever the same.

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