About the Area We Cover
If you’re considering letting property in Chester or the surrounding area, talk to us to gain local insight which can help you make more informed decisions about where to live if you’re a tenant, or where to buy if you’re an investor landlord.
While our Chester office is conveniently located in the city centre, near to plenty of parking, our team will be happy to give you advice on the surrounding area. So we’re used to handling lettings in Wrexham, The Wirral, North East Wales, and the many villages in between, including Holt, Farndon, Marchwiel, Marford, Gresford, Rossett, Hawarden, Hoole and Upton.
Letting in the Chester area
Chester enjoys a prime position in the north west, with good access to the motorway network and the West Coast rail line. Many people are attracted to the Cheshire and North Wales area because they can enjoy living in a rural location, even if their work takes them further afield.
The area is home to a thriving business sector, with technology, automotive and financial services companies located here. A key attraction is Chester Racecourse where race meetings are held twice a month in the summer.
Letting in Chester
Chester is one of the richest cities in Britain for archaeological and architectural treasures preserved from Roman times, enjoying a thriving tourism industry. The population of the city and surrounding area is some 110,000, a figure expected to grow by 4% by 2017.
The city is the fourth highest trading location in the North West and is full of character – independent shops are found alongside all the major shopping names, large leisure facilities. Many international companies are based in the area.
Chester Renaissance is a programme which aims to make the city a top European destination by improving and developing the city centre by 2015, and Natural Vision 2018 aims to make Chester Zoo the most visited wildlife tourist attraction in the world. The £225 million pound project will impact not just on tourism but also job creation and the regional economy.
The city is home to a University as well as a mix of private and public schools and colleges.
Letting in Wrexham
Wrexham is a characterful town, again with good transport links across the region.
In recent times Wrexham has enjoyed significant investment in local infrastructure – schools, colleges, leisure and the retail sector and is establishing itself as an important location for the economic development of North Wales.
The town is a centre for sport and culture, with museums, arts programmes and stadia for international sporting events, including rugby, football, tennis, horse racing and athletics.
Letting in North Wales
North Wales attracts landlords and tenants who enjoy the peace and quiet of the countryside, with good access to key towns and transport infrastructure across the North West.
There are many lovely small towns and villages in the area and we’d be happy to help you find the perfect location.
Letting in Wirral
Shaped by two of England’s most famous rivers, the Mersey and the Dee, Wirral is a thriving area in which to live and work. Again, good transport infrastructure means it enjoys good links across the North West, but is an attractive area comprising coastline and countryside.