Leeds is one of the largest and most centrally located cities in the UK. The city is a thriving urban hub with a significant industrial history, and a bright future as part of the ‘Core Cities’ group.Leeds is a significant city for commerce, education and finance, and boasts the largest regional economy outside of London and the South East. Leeds is densely populated with students who contribute to its vibrant city centre. It is no surprise that the city is benefiting from huge investment from both home and abroad.


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The property market Leeds is driven by high demand and low supply which means growth in rents and capital values. The student market and the number of young professionals moving to Leeds, is putting a real demand on housing. Leeds is already extremely well connected with regular rail services to London. Leeds station is one of the busiest in the country but the addition of the HS2 line will improve rail connections further and increase house prices in the area.