Stockport offers several benefits to entice property investors and tenants into the area.
Stockport town centre is subject to a £1 billion regeneration effort, making the area more exciting for residents, visitors and professionals.
The Stockport Town Centre West Mayoral Development Corporation is the name given to a master plan that takes on future property needs.
The Stockport Exchange scheme has introduced modern office spaces, hotels and leisure facilities to the town. It also intends to re-establish Stockport as a North West business hub. Over the next five years, such efforts should introduce 1,000 new homes to the town centre and surrounding areas. In addition more courses are likely to be rolled out in Stockport University college.
Interested in property investment and sustainability? For a full overview, take a look at our Manchester Regeneration Case Study.
Advantageous Location and Good Transport Links
Stockport is only 6 miles away from Manchester city centre. As such, parts of Stockport are popular with commuters, offering more space and greenery than the city itself.
Some parts of Stockport are popular places to buy or rent, with some commuters who work in Manchester. Parts of Stockport offer good value, more space and better access to the countryside than Manchester itself.
Stockport also has excellent access to Manchester Airport and train links to Manchester city centre, Liverpool, Birmingham and London Euston. Drivers can access other parts of the UK via the A6 and M60 motorway.