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Where we are + why

We focus on three high growth geographies.
London City Region (defined as within one hour’s commute from London), Manchester and Dublin are thriving markets, rich in heritage, culture and potential. These well-connected knowledge anchors are also experiencing sustained population growth and have strong, above average employment dynamics which are forecast to continue in the near, medium and longer-term.
Crucially, they are also well advanced in four of the major drivers that we believe stimulate economic growth:
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The Workshop at Albert Embankment
Making The Workshop worthwhile
High-growth market
#1
largest city region in Europe; population projected to grow by 10% by 2026 (ONS)
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Talent
22%
of students who leave their university cities go to London
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Tourism
#2
TripAdvisor's Traveller's Choice 2018 best rated destination in the world
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Transport
18
major stations and routes to mainland Europe by High Speed Rail, Channel Tunnel and Eurostar
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Tolerance for diversity
1/3
of Londoners are foreign-born; well over 200 languages are spoken

Manchester

UK’s northern powerhouse and most economically important city outside London
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Mayfield, Manchester
2019 Manchester Pride Festival at Mayfield
High-growth market
c.2.7m
population in 2018 and second most populous urban area in the UK
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Talent
100,000+
students and home to two of the most applied for universities
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Tourism
1.38m
visitors a year and second most visited city in the UK by tourists, after London
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Transport
#2
most connected city in UK for transport
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Tolerance for diversity
#1
The Economist's 2018 'most liveable city' in the UK

Dublin

Capital of the fastest growing economy in the EU
Dublin, Ireland
Focus On: Ireland
High-growth market
1 million
population increase expected by 2040
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Talent
4
of Forbes' top ten most innovative companies in the world are in Dublin 
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Tourism
30m
visitors passed through Dublin in the last 12 months
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Transport
600+
daily flights from Dublin to 185+ destinations
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Tolerance for diversity
17%
of population in Ireland non-Irish nationals
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