Sheffield is primed for growth: explains why Chinese will invest £1bn


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Sheffield in South Yorkshire, which was once one of the leading industrial cities in Britain and is still recognised for its large contribution to the highly successful steel industry, has changed a lot, and whether you believe the alterations have been for the better or not, there have certainly been plenty of them, with lots more to come.

Combining the best of city living with the beauty and tranquillity of the nearby Peak District National Park, Sheffield, which is undergoing a strong regeneration programme, is looking more cosmopolitan by the day, and offers lots of opportunities for many of its 570,000 local residents, including the large student population.

Sheffield, home to Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam Universities, was recently named as the best city for graduates, based on the average graduate salary, the average rental cost and house price, monthly utilities as well as disposable income and – perhaps most importantly at an average of just £2.70 – the cost of a pint!

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