MANY SOCIAL COMMENTATORS SAY MANCHESTER HAS IT ALL. AS THE HEART OF THE NORTHERN POWER HOUSE IT IS UNOFFICIAL CAPITAL OF THE NORTH, HAS REPEATEDLY BEEN NAMED AS THE BEST CITY TO LIVE IN AND HAS A POPULATION OF 2.55MILLION PEOPLE
Renowned as a business centre – 80 of the FTSE 100 have representation in the city - Manchester continues to attract significant global investment.
A rich heritage and culture are synonymous with the city as is its academia and sporting prowess. The global Manchester brand is undoubtedly supported by the City’s two Premier League football teams. The City is also home to the Royal Exchange theatre, the BBC Philharmonic and Hallé Orchestras as well as the critically acclaimed Manchester International Arts Festival. Tourism brings £6.6billion per annum alone.
Having been the world’s first industrial City, Manchester is the UK’s second largest conurbation. A continuous programme of investment, regeneration and development has transformed the city and highlighted it’s appeal as a place to live and work. It has allowed the city to build on it’s past and reinvest itself as a global city of the 21st century.
No.1 Old Trafford is part of that investment, regeneration and development and is perfectly situated to take advantage of all the City now has to offer.