Who needs property rental in Nottingham?
The professional world is very much embedded in Nottingham, with companies such as Boots, E.ON Energy and Oxo having their headquarters or major branches present in the city, and as such many business people stay in the city on work trips every week.
The city boasts two fantastic universities, Nottingham Trent University, who won the University of the Year award 2017, and the University of Nottingham who are part of the Russell group, classing it as world leading. Academic scholars travel from across the globe to these universities, and thus need places to stay as do parents visiting their children in Nottingham universities.
Why do people visit Nottingham?
The county of Nottinghamshire is rich with heritage, with sites of interest such as Wollaton Hall, and Newstead Abbey. The forest of Sherwood with its history associated to Robin Hood rests close by and annually attracts over £1.8 billion of revenue from visitors each year to the area.
Many technological advancements were formulated in Nottingham, such as the cloning of the Bramley apple tree (of which twelve of the new trees are in the University of Nottingham grounds), the drug Ibuprofen developed by Boots, and the technique of MRI scanning.
Nottingham is an up-and-coming city in the Midlands and is planning to make its bid for the European Capital of Culture 2023, making it an ideal time for Pass The Property to help manage your property.
To be part of this property revolution and to find out how you can improve your property yield, contact Pass The Property.