Why Middlewich could be a good investment

Posted on 19 July, 2018 by Bailey Clarke

We have seen a shift in pace regarding popular locations for businesses across the UK. It’s not only big cities and main towns that are attracting commercial property investors it’s also smaller locations.

Why Middlewich could be a good investment

Middlewich has started to thrive after benefiting from commercial property investors and with an enticing rental yield of 6.29 per cent it is higher than the national average of 4.5 per cent.

Transport links

Middlewich is a solid location with the added benefit of excellent transport links to nearby cities of Liverpool and Manchester. Located in East Cheshire with the city of Chester just 19 miles away it’s understandable why this regional town is attracting investors.

Not only has Middlewich development helped create more opportunities for the town there are also plans for a proposed new bypass.

There are also two airports in easy reach, Manchester airport within 19 miles and Liverpool’s John Lennon airport 26 miles away which adds to the convenience.

Room for growth

Current investors have given the historic town of Middlewich a chance to grow and create job opportunities for them and surrounding areas. With momentous landmarks such as the Anglican parish church, the wealth of history adds to this fascinating towns potential for growth.

It’s not only Middlewich that has seen an increase in commercial property investors, more and more regional towns are now experiencing growth through investment bringing life back into forgotten towns. The high street may be suffering but investors could be providing a new lease of life and exciting job prospects for many towns across the UK.

In recent years some major cities have seen businesses moving away and relocating to low-cost areas due to the high costs of renting and living in big cities. As towns are starting to develop and investment grows could it be that businesses will prefer a town location rather than a city in the near future?




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