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LET’S MOVE TO … BRADFORD
Describe Bradford as an up-and-coming Yorkshire city and you may raise an eyebrow or two. There’s no denying it’s had a chequered past and, in some minds, it will struggle to shake off its reputation for “dark satanic mills” which once spewed out so much pollution, the average life expectancy in the city was just 18.
But that was all a very long time ago. Most of the old textile mills are closed and, as a result, Bradford is trying to find a new way. With the support of central government, regeneration is underway and the city’s leaders have made it clear they will not rest until Bradford rivals neighbouring Leeds for growth and innovation. New employers have begun to arrive bringing significant investment with them, adding a new dimension to the city’s rich diversity and reinvigorating Bradford’s reputation as a regional powerhouse, while the long-anticipated opening of the Westfield Shopping Centre will add to the city’s retail offering.
But Bradford has much more to offer than just industry and commerce. In Saltaire, it’s home to a World Heritage Site, the city boasts the National Media Museum, while outlying suburbs such as Shipley, Queensbury, Thornton and Bingley enjoy close proximity to Pennine countryside made legendary by the books of the Bronte sisters.
Easy access to the M62 and M1 ensure travel on the motorway network is relatively easy, Bradford is on one of the main Trans-Pennine rail lines while Leeds Bradford Airport is only 45 minutes away by car.
The city’s prominent role in the Industrial Revolution ensures a lot of property in the area dates back to the Victorian era, when high ceilings, big windows and large rooms were the fashion. Many of the bigger houses have been divided into smaller homes and apartments – or even offices. However, more recent development on Buttershaw, Baildon and Low Moor ensure the city has its fair share of modern housing to offer – and at reasonable prices. A budget of £260,000 in some parts of Yorkshire would just about secure a three-bed semi; in Bradford, it can be enough to purchase a brand new four-bedroom detached home.
It may not be as “fashionable” as neighbouring Leeds but, like many things in Yorkshire, Bradford is down-to-earth and makes good financial sense.