Manchester is a city on the rise due to the increase in its population as well as extensive regeneration across surrounding areas and multiple regions of the city. Manchester is an incredible city in which you can experience the best of modern living and working. Here are the specifics…
Manchester Airport is third busiest airport in the UK behind London Heathrow and London Gatwick. It is a place which through you can travel to more than 199 destinations including direct flights to the Middle East, Asia, and also the U.S. Transporting 29 million passengers in 2019, the Manchester’s airport is serviced by a number of renowned airlines such as EasyJet, British Airways, Emirates, Virgin Atlantic and Ryanair.
With a £1 billion expansion of Terminal 2 expected to complete in 2024, the airport will be opened to welcome up to 50 million passengers every year.
With six railway stations Manchester is a perfectly connected city in the North. Manchester Piccadilly station is a central hub, while Oxford Road, Deansgate, and Victoria are positioned for city connectivity. Further afield Salford Central and Ardwick stations bookend the centre and connect to Greater Manchester.
The planned HS2 railway will connect the city to the capital and south of England in only 1 hour, cutting the current travel time in half.
Covering 200 acres of land, MediaCityUK is a mixed use complex located in Salford, Greater Manchester. It is designed in a way to complement the waterfront setting, and is home to the ITV, BBC, Kelloggs, Ericsson and the University of Salford. Set around a piazza and landscaped park, the space has been architected to house social gatherings and events in addition to external filming.
Media City is the most ambitious regeneration project in the region. It has plans for expansion to include additional commercial spaces and office, residential and a street food market. At its current size, 7,000 people work across 250 businesses at Media City; 3,200 of which are employed by the BBC.
Manchester is recognized with a wonderfully rich history stemming from the industrial revolution where the city was considered the largest marketplace in the world for cotton goods. Today, Manchester is a dynamic modern city housing two of the largest shopping centers in the UK – The Trafford Centre and Arndale Centre. Both of these centers boast main department stores including Selfridges, Harvey Nichols, Debenhams and House of Fraser. A variety of independent, vintage clothing and boutique style shops can be found in the charming Northern Quarter of Manchester. It is an area undergoing continued regeneration.
Being home to 5 universities producing 36,000 graduates each year, Manchester has the largest student population in Europe with over 100,000 students. Owing to the Manchester’s constant investment and redevelopment, it has the largest gain in graduates of all UK cities with the exception of London with career progression being the main factor.
Manchester’s global reputation has been mainly because of arts, leisure and culture from two world- renowned football clubs – Manchester United and Manchester City to a string of award- winning musicians and bands. Besides, galleries, theatres and museums are in vast supply offering a cultural awakening through Manchester Art Gallery, The Lowry, Science and Industry Museum in addition to the National Football Museum.
An extensive bus and tram network connect Manchester with Salford and also the surrounding areas. Metrolink has undergone wide regeneration offering more additional routes and services that connect The Trafford Centre to Media City UK.
This amazing city is also home to stunning and unique properties including Wardour Point Apartments on Regent Road. A unique architecture and perfect urban planning turn Manchester into one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
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