Lower Ashley Road is a brand new, purpose built development of 78 studio apartments. This fully managed student accommodation is situated in an area undergoing significant regeneration, to the north east of Bristol city centre.
There are two prestigious universities within Bristol, the University of Bristol and the University of the West of England, and between them they have 51,000 full time students. Currently, the universities only provide accommodation for approximately 7,000 students, therefore there is considerable demand for private student accommodation, making this development an appealing investment opportunity.
Bristol, A Great place to live and Invest
The city of Bristol is the capital of the south west region, and is a really exciting place to live. Awash with culture, creativity, stunning architecture and a real sense of community, this vibrant city is a place that locals are proud of and tourists flock to visit.
Whilst it has a strong maritime history based around its ports, it has also developed a thriving service sector, and is one of the largest employment centres for banking, finance and insurance outside of London.
The city has seen huge investment over the years, with the development of a £500 million shopping centre, Cabot Circus, and the Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone, which is a hub for creative, high-tech and low-carbon industries. Aerospace, defence and media industries also play a major role in Bristol's booming economy, with many employees originating from Bristol's prestigious universities.
The result of all this investment is that Bristol has seen higher rates of economic growth and lower rates of unemployment than in any of the other main UK Cities. But this growth and development has not been to the detriment of the city's environment; Bristol takes its environmental responsibilities very seriously and is the uk's first cycling city. In fact their green, sustainable approach has been recognised with Bristol being awarded European Green Capital status.
There are acres of beautiful parkland, award-winning cycle tracks, impressive cityscapes and awe-inspiring street art, notably by Bristol's very own Banksy. Bristol has so much to offer, and it's not surprising that The Sunday Times named it as the best city in Britain in which to live in 2014 and 2017.
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