Looking for a commercial property in Sheffield
There are many commercial properties available to rent or buy in Sheffield. If you're planning on starting a business, you may require office space or a retail property in Sheffield. You might also want to specify, or have control over, exactly what sized property you need in Sheffield. Whatever your requirements are, MOVEHUT is confident that we can make your property search in Sheffield easier than you ever imagined.
Sheffield is a city in South Yorkshire with a strong industrial heritage based on steel production. In recent years regeneration has seen a surge of commercial property developments making Sheffield one of the fastest growing provincial cities in terms of office space and rents. In 2008 Sheffield was named among the top ten on a list of the best cities to locate a business.
Buying commercial properties in Sheffield
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Categories of commercial property in Sheffield
There are a remarkable amount of categories that commercial properties in Sheffield can fall under. We have property listings for industrial and warehouse commercial properties in Sheffield. We also provide listings for offices in Sheffield, as well as meeting rooms and serviced offices. When it comes to choosing a commercial property, your needs will determine the type to buy or rent, which is why MOVEHUT offer such a great range in Sheffield.
Let a commercial property in Sheffield
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Between the 1970s and the beginning of the 21st century Sheffield's population had been in steady decline. This trend has now been reversed and the current population stands at over 500,000. The population is diverse with 17% coming from ethnic minority backgrounds.
Following decades of decline Sheffield has undergone an economic renaissance based largely on the service sector. With a reputation for innovation and quality, Sheffield is among the most desirable locations for business. It is also one of the most cost effective in terms of commercial property and staffing costs.
Significant regeneration over recent years has transformed the city centre. The St Paul's Place development is one of the most high profile of these projects. St Paul's Place is a mixed use development encompassing a landmark tower, restaurants, bars and new public squares. It offers over 83,000 square feet of grade A offices as well as a hotel providing conference facilities.
Sheffield benefits from being and Enterprise Zone, which is designed to boost growth and assist small businesses.
Sheffield is an excellent location to study and teach.
Further and Higher Education in Sheffield
Sheffield has two universities (University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University) and a student population of 50,000. There are two FE colleges in the city.
Secondary and Primary School Education in Sheffield
There are over 100 primary and 25 secondary schools in Sheffield. In addition there are a number of academies.
Local government is administered by Sheffield City Council. The city is represented at Westminster by 5 MPs.
Sheffield is largely built on the hillsides of converging river valleys. Interestingly it has more trees per person than any other city in Europe.
Sheffield has a temperate climate in common with the rest of the UK. The nearby Pennines provide shelter from the westerly winds but they are also responsible for creating a damp environment.
Sheffield is easily accessible by road and rail.
Sheffield Local Travel
Along with bus travel Sheffield also has a light rail system. Supertram runs on nearly 40 miles of track between the city centre and various destinations.
Sheffield National and International Travel
Sheffield is linked to the motorway network by the M1 and M18. Sheffield Station is the busiest rail station in South Yorkshire. The closest airport is Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield, around 20 miles from the city. This airport operates mainly charter and budget flights. Sheffield is also linked to Manchester Airport by a direct hourly train.
Sheffield has two professional football clubs; Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday. Sheffield Eagles represent the city in Rugby League and Sheffield Steelers in ice hockey. The World Snooker Championship is played annually at the Crucible Theatre.
Sheffield Culture and Attractions
Sheffield offers a range of attractions to suit all tastes.
Sheffield is a major retail centre boasting a wide range of high street, department store and designer outlets. The main shopping area of the city is based around the pedestrianised area of the Moor while a more quirky array of stores can be found in the trendy Devonshire Quarter. There are also a number of out of town retail commercial property developments. These include the Meadowhall Shopping Centre which provides nearly 300 stores on the site of a former steelworks.
Sheffield offers a broad range of entertainment ranging from music to museums.
Sheffield Media and Film
Sheffield has two newspapers; The Star and the Sheffield Telegraph. A number of local radio stations broadcast from the city.
Sheffield has a wide variety of live music venues. These include the Leadmill, frequently voted best live music venue by NME readers. Sheffield City Hall hosts classical concerts as well as a host of other events. A number of influential pop music acts originate from Sheffield including Pulp and Arctic Monkeys. For classical music fans, Sheffield has both a Symphony and a Philharmonic orchestra.
Sheffield's two largest theatres are the Lyceum Theatre and the Crucible Theatre. Together they constitute the largest theatre complex of any provincial city.
Sheffield has a number of outstanding museums and galleries. Among these are The landmark Millennium Gallery and the Graves Gallery.