Leeds’s GVA is forecast to expand by 2.0% annually from 2018 to 2022, above the 1.7% Northern England average
18.8% rental price growth in 2018-2022, compared to just 12.6% UK-wide
The working age population has experienced 10.2% growth from 2010 to 2017
Leeds’s house price growth is projected at 19.9% (2018-2022)
With a 20% increase in legal jobs from 2010-2016 versus just 5% in London
Accelerated growth in the tech, media and telecom industries with 96% more dedicated office space to this sector since last year
With over 30 domestic and international banks within its borders
65,000 student population, with a 30% graduate retention rate
18.8% rental price growth in 2018-2022, compared to just 12.6% UK-wide.
Leeds is one of the six cities set to benefit from the GBP7 billion Northern Powerhouse initiative, which aims to boost the economy and infrastructure as a whole.
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