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Liverpool City
A city filled with historic architecture which your eyes will never get tired of watching. With the stable economy, low cost of living, ...
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Stamford City
This city is based on the River Welland in Lincolnshire, England. This city is situated 92 miles (148 km) north to London.
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London skyline
Home to over 8.8M people from all over the world, London is a city with high demand for property. England’s capital also draws ...
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Plymouth skyline
The city attracts millions of tourists every year, thanks to its landscape scenery and natural beauty.
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Portsmouth city
The city is home to the most popular seaport in the world, which is why it has the second-fastest growing economy in the UK.
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Canterbury City
The city of Canterbury is one of the historic cities in England, the UK, and is a world heritage site according to UNESCO.
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Salford City
Salford is becoming a new destination for both tourists and investors.
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Chelmsford City
The great quality of life, superb education, and affordability above all have earned Chelmsford its multiple titles as the best city to ...
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Oxford City
Oxford houses the world’s premier education destination, a sizable hi-tech community, and ever-evolving business infrastructure.
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Peterborough City
With a population of over 200,000, Peterborough is one of the fastest-growing cities in the world. Located just 122 km from the ...
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Sunderland City
Sunderland provides a scenic view of the blue sea. With its blend of history, culture, and metropolitan lifestyle, the city is quite ...
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Newport City
Newport was its country’s biggest coal-exporting port until the 1850's. The docks declined in the 20th century, but the city remained ...
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Southampton Skyline
Southampton has seen major projects completed in its urban core, including the opening of West Quay, the construction of two high ...
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Wakefield City
The city of Wakefield is in the West Yorkshire region along the Calder River bordered by the eastern edge of the Pennines. It ...
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Brighton and Hove City
Brighton and Hove
Brighton has transformed dramatically from the medieval fishing town into a modernized resort of hospitality and relaxation. The ...
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Nottingham City
Nottingham is in a transition phase, thanks to its growing and evolving industrial landscape, with futuristic industries quickly ...
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Cardiff City
Cardiff is the capital city of Wales and its largest city. It is also ranked eleventh in the UK’s biggest cities. The largest coal port ...
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Leicester Town Hall
Located in Leicestershire county, the city is on the Soar River and in proximity to the National Forest eastern ends. The population in ...
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Bristol City
The city-metro area is the tenth most populated area in England. The city itself is also the eighth-biggest in the United Kingdom.
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York City
The city is located at the convergence of the Foss and Ouse rivers. The rental market is on an upswing, and people buying property in ...
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Manchester Castlefield
Manchester is a cultural city with a rich historical backbone. The city has several firsts such as an inter-city railway and scientific ...
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Coventry City
The city of Coventry is a metropolitan borough and an administrative center in the UK. Coventry has been a large settlement for ages.
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Sheffield City
Considered as one of the prime cities of England, Sheffield has a population of with a youth concentration- a result of domestic and ...
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Gateshead Millennium Bridge Newcastle Upon Tyne
Crowned as the “must visit” location by Rough Guide in 2018, Newcastle is the city to watch in 2020 if you’re a real estate investor ...
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Bradford City Hall
Standing at the Northwest of the Wakefield Bradford municipal borough and the West of Leeds city, Bradford has the fourth largest ...
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The Silk Mill Derby
Exceptional heritage, innovation, and a wide range of opportunities define Derby. Hosting the globe’s 30 top universities, it is a town ...
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Birmingham Canals
Birmingham is the 2nd most populous city in the UK with a population of around 1.1M. It’s placed in the West Midlands, which is around ...
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