Sheffield has the fastest growing economy of any major city outside of London. It is also one of the safest cities in the UK and England’s greenest city with over one third of the city within the Peak District National Park - benefiting from 150 woodlands and 50 public parks.
Sheffield has a wealth of history and today is undergoing regeneration to compliment its historic background creating a vibrant city culture.
Sheffield is a family-friendly city with a prosperous economy and relatively low cost of living. The area is bursting with culture and entertainment, including award-winning theatres, museums and galleries. Sheffield night life is also legendary with a wealth of bars, clubs and live music venues.
The city boasts a strong cultural heritage, is home to the renowned Crucible and Lyceum Theatres and offers an array of sporting and leisure facilities including; Meadowhall Shopping Centre (one of the largest indoor shopping complexes in Europe offering an array of established High Street names and smaller individual shops, Don Valley Stadium, Hallam FM Arena, Ponds Forge International Centre, Ice Sheffield and the English Institute of Sport, all of which are nearby to the business park itself.
Where is Sheffield?
Sheffield is the greenest city in England, with 150 woodlands and 50 public parks.
Sheffield has excellent road and rail links to all major UK cities.
The city centre is within easy walking distance of both University campuses and accommodation is available from a large selection of shared student houses in popular locations including Crookesmoor, Crookes, Broomhill, Ecclesall Road and Hunters Bar to suit all budgets. University life is very much integrated with the day-to-day life of the city.[Back to Top]