Second only to London in terms of the scale of its economy. With its growing popularity as a relocation destination, it's attracting more and more blue-chip organisations.
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Development Summary - Click to Expand
Part of the proposed transformation of Trafford’s Civic Quarter – an ambitious masterplan to deliver 4,000 new homes and 5,000,000 sqft of work space – Botanical Gardens is a superbly finished collection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments.
The area is already one of Manchester’s most popular districts, thanks to its blend of acclaimed schools, amazing bars and restaurants, superb retail and great connectivity.
This new vision for Old Trafford is set to make it even more so.
As its name suggests, the development is located close to the site of Manchester’s long forgotten Royal Botanical Gardens, which were created to combat pollution and provide an escape from city life in 1827.
Bringing back this greenery, and a sense of community, were key focuses for the scheme.
The roof gardens and ground floor landscaping elegantly tackle both these challenges, providing relaxing spaces to get away from it all with a book or to relax with friends.
Area Fundamentals - Click to expand
Investment - This will change the fundamental, and allow your capital to grow.
Second only to London in terms of the scale of its economy, Manchester is without question the capital of the north.
With its growing popularity as a relocation destination, it’s attracting more and more blue-chip organisations, most notably the BBC who moved to MediaCityUK in Salford.
There are plenty of other firms who have joined them too, including BUPA, CGI, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, ITV, Kellogg Group, Moorepay, Swinton Insurance and TalkTalk Group.
A 28.8% growth for North West England house price has been forecasted for the next 5 years.
Add to this, Manchester’s cultural cache.
As well as its legendary music scene, spawning bands like Oasis, The Smiths and New Order, it’s home to two of the world’s greatest football clubs, Manchester City and Manchester United.
All of which underlines its status as a northern powerhouse that’s ripe for investment.
Economy & Employment - Jobs and the general economy will give you the confidence needed.
With 1 250 000 million jobs produced, Manchester ranked second in the United Kingdom for employment.
Manchester’s economy has pumped to £73 Billion, being 2nd largest in the United Kingdom.
Seamlessly marrying a wealth of heritage – it’s home to over 200 listed buildings – with a thoroughly contemporary outlook, Trafford has grown to become one of Manchester’s most desirable and vibrant areas.
Just in Trafford City, 17,600 people are employed.
Transport - The best transport links are always the most desirable characteristics.
While some of the best amenities Trafford has to offer are just a stone’s throw away, with Manchester’s unbeatable Metrolink network and Botanical Garden’s road connectivity, nowhere is hard to reach.
White City Retail & Tram Stop, University Academy 92 and Old Trafford Cricket Ground are just right on doorstep.
Botanical Gardens is just a short 5-mins drive from Manchester City Centre and 8-mins drive from Salford Quays and MediaCityUK, an international hub for creativity, technology and innovation
It’s just an 8-mins walk from Trafford Bar Metrolink station, serviced by 5 tramlines and connecting Manchester Airport in under an hour.
With about 29 million passengers passing through it each year, the newly upgraded Manchester Airport is a key transport connection, not just for the city but the UK and the northern region.
Education - Families are drawn to the areas with the best education facilities.
Home to five universities, Manchester has one of the largest and most diverse student populations in Europe.
Manchester boasts the top universities found in the area: University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, University of Salford, University of Bolton and Royal Northern College of Music.
Over 60% of graduates who study in the North West stay in the area to work, with 46% staying specifically in Manchester.
A fact that’s testament to the lifestyle and career prospects the city can offer.
Shopping & Leisure - Readily available leisure facilities are so important to the fundamentals.
With White City Retail Park just aminute’s walk away and the Trafford Centre not too much further, all your everyday and wardrobe needs are well catered to.
There are also countless local restaurants and bars to choose from. Not that you need to limit your options.
With the city centre a short metro ride away, all of Manchester is waiting to be enjoyed.
Living in Trafford has other perks. You’re a short walk from Manchester United’s world renowned home, Old Trafford.
Even closer to Botanical Gardens is the Old Trafford Cricket Ground.
As well as being Lancashire Cricket Club’s ground, it’s hosted the Cricket World Cup no less than five times.
Chairman's Thoughts - Click to expand
"Manchester is giving Birmingham a good run for its money"
Over the last few months, we keep getting clients asking where can they invest and get maximum capital growth and maintain a strong yield at the same time!
The answer is simple, invest in a regeneration zone with good transport into the city and get involved as early as possible.
Manchester has been one of the top performing areas for property investors over the last 5 years and some of our clients who got into off-plan projects in the early phases have ready benefited from double-digit growth and we fully expect the upward trend to carry on for now. We simply need to keep picking out the right spots.
We want to stay a step ahead of the curve and our research shows that now is the time to start investing in the surrounding areas which are not a short commute from the major employment centres and entertainment. This will give investors the ability to get involved and lower prices and ride the wave up.
We have followed this strategy multiple times before and it works.
The Ripple Effect- growth starts in the centre and then moves outwards towards the neighbouring areas. This gives us a real opportunity to get in at the softer price point, into the area under huge regeneration. We already know where prices are moving towards, as the city sets the benchmark and the outskirts then follow.
The most important part still has to be within close proximity to the centre...great transport links, good developers and plenty of regeneration.
Chairman, Founder & Head of Sourcing
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