Nottingham commercial property
Find your ideal property to rent or buy in Nottingham with a little help from MOVEHUT. You may be looking for a warehouse on the outskirts of Nottingham to improve your business. MOVEHUT allows you to search for commercial properties by size, giving you more control of your search in Nottingham. MOVEHUT is dedicated to helping people who want to rent or buy a commercial property, making their search for the ideal premises quick and easy.
Nottingham is a city in the East Midlands. Following the Industrial Revolution the city's prosperity was derived from textiles and Nottingahm became internationally renowned as a centre of lace production. During the latter part of the 20th century Nottingham underwent a post-industrial transformation from a manufacturing city into one dominated by the service sector. Today, Nottingham's culture, leisure and retail facilities rank in the UK top ten.
Tips for commercial properties in Nottingham
We have some great tips when it comes to commercial property in Nottingham. Our first tip would be to always have a true-to-life budget for any kind of commercial property you're searching for in Nottingham Most businesses require a telephone and internet service, so checking whether your prospective commercial property either already has these services or is able to have them installed would be a good idea. So keep in mind our top tips when you start your commercial property search in Nottingham, whether you want to buy or rent.
Property categories in Nottingham
In Nottingham, there are several different types of property, many of which are listed on MOVEHUT. There are many options to choose from at MOVEHUT, whether you're looking for an industrial property or a shop. Many of the properties we advertise for sale in Nottingham would be ideal when used as a serviced office or meeting room. With so much choice regarding property types, there really is no excuse not to search the MOVEHUT website for a commercial property in Nottingham.
Commercial properties available to buy in Nottingham
Use our property listings to find commercial properties for sale in Nottingham. Finding a commercial property to buy has never been easier, thanks to MOVEHUT's user-friendly property website. You can narrow your Nottingham commercial property search down by simply specifying the category or distance from the area desired. So start your search with MOVEHUT today, and take a step closer to owning your ideal property in Nottingham.
Nottingham has a relatively low population estimated to be around 306,700 for the city itself and 675,000 for the wider Greater Nottingham area.
The service sector and knowledge based industries account for Nottingham's post-industrial renaissance. Today financial services, biotechnology, and the creative industries play a significant role in the city's economy. Nottingham has an educated and talented workforce and its central location makes it easier for business to attract staff from other areas.
In recent years there has been substantial investment in the regeneration of the city centre. This has resulted in a surge of retail commercial property developments and an increase in prime location office space. This market has held up well and with further developments in the pipeline it is forecast that office rental prices will continue to rise.
Education in Nottingham
Nottingham is a highly regarded destination for students, with a wide choice of accommodation and good nightlife.
Further and Higher Education in Nottingham
Nottingham has two universities (the University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University) and a student population of around 40,000. The University of Nottingham is ranked in the UK top ten and the top 75 in the world. FE provision is provided by four colleges.
Secondary and Primary School Education in Nottingham
Following a series of disappointing rankings in national league tables, primary and secondary schools in Nottingham are undergoing a transformation. An Academy Programme has also been launched.
Local government is administered by Nottingham City Council. The city is represented by 3 MPs in the UK Parliament.
Nottingham is situated on the River Trent in the East Midland region. It is a tightly drawn city but Greater Nottingham includes several suburbs and satellite towns.
In common with the rest of the UK, Nottingham enjoys a temperate climate.
Nottingham is rated the least car dependent city in England by the Campaign for Better Transport. In addition the city has won awards for providing safe and sustainable public transport.
Nottingham Local Travel
The recently extended Nottingham Express Transit light rail system operates services from the city centre to a number of destinations. Nottingham also has a colour coded bus network.
Nottingham National and International Travel
The M1 links Nottingham to the motorway network. Intercity rail services operate from Nottingham railway station which serves approximately 15,000 per day. The nearest airport is the East Midland Airport which is connected to the city by a regular Skybus service.
Nottingham is home to two professional football clubs. Notts County is the oldest football club in the world while Nottingham Forest are previous winners of the European Cup, the precursor of the Champions League.
Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club is based at Trent Bridge which also hosts Test Cricket. Nottingham also has a Rugby Union team and a popular ice hockey team. The National Watersports Centre is also based in Nottingham.
Nottingham Culture and Attractions
Nottingham has a lot to offer when it comes to culture and attractions ranging from great shops to great museums and galleries.
Nottingham is consistently ranked as one of the UKs leading shopping destinations and 6th in terms of expenditure. One of the factors that makes shopping in Nottingham such a pleasure is that all the shops are in walking distance. Another factor is the variety. Nottingham has everything from high street names to independent and specialist shops.
There are two main shopping centres in the city centre. These are the Victoria Centre (which includes a John Lewis and House of Fraser) and Westfield Broadmarsh. In addition there are a number of out of town commercial property developments to choose from.
Nottingham has a lot to offer in terms of entertainment. From music and theatres to the city's Annual Goose Fair, there is something to keep the whole family happy.
Nottingham Media and Film
The city's daily newspaper is the Nottingham Post. There are a number of radio stations broadcasting from the city. The BBC has its East Midland HQ in Nottingham from which it broadcasts a regional TV news bulletin.
Nottingham Royal Concert Hall and the 10,000 seater Nottingham Arena regularly attract some of the biggest names in popular music. The city also has a wide selection of smaller venues. There are also regular classical performances in Nottingham which has a number of established orchestras.
The Playhouse and the Theatre Royal are the largest theatres in the city. There are also a number of smaller venues providing a variety of theatrical productions.
Museums and galleries in Nottingham include Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery and Nottingham Contemporary. There is also an industrial museum and a national history museum.