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The largest city of Northern Ireland is also the capital and the shipbuilding city, most notoriously for the place which launched the RMS Titanic in 1912, was considered the largest and most productive for shipbuilding in the world at the beginning of the 20th century. It has also seen its share of civil conflict, during […]


Outside of London, Birmingham is the U.K’s most populous city, with over 1,100,000 residents. The city has played a very important role throughout history in terms of technological advancement, which produced a series of innovations which laid the foundations for modern industrial society. The city was hailed as the first manufacturing town in the world […]


Today, Bolton is home to a wide range of I.T. related businesses as well as call centres and engineering firms. It has been a large transformation to the town that was once dependant on textile manufacture, and supports a residential population of 140,000. The town is also home to the University of Bolton and offers […]


Bradford is a city found in West Yorkshire and sits in the foothills of the Pennines, a countryside area famous for being the genteel backdrop of several Bronté sisters’ novels, such as Pride and Prejudice.   Historically, Bradford was an industrial revolution boomtown in the area of textiles and was considered the wool capital of […]


Bristol is a long established city with an exceptional history and heritage as a port and trading hub, as well as a centre for shipbuilding and industry. It has also been especially important in the world of engineering being the home of the first Great Western Railway and early steam ships SS Great Britain and […]


The capital city of Wales, Cardiff is also the largest in the country with an estimated population of over 350,000, ranking it as the tenth largest in the U.K. It has prominence as being historically one of the main coal exporters and served the many steel industries of Great Britain in the early 20th century. […]


Once the beating heart of the British motor industry, Coventry is considered the eleventh largest city in the U.K and home to over 300,000 people. The decline of the automobile industry in Britain has meant that only LTI, makers of the infamous London Black Cab, still produce vehicles in Coventry, but the cities location and […]


The East Midlands city of Derby lies close to the River Derwent, and while its past as a giant of the textile industry is all but forgotten, it is now a major player in the engineering sector, with companies like Rolls-Royce employing many of its residents. Its location is terrific with great access to major […]


With exceptional transport links, Doncaster is a major transport and industrial centre for the north of England. Its roots deep within the U.K’s manufacturing and coal mining have given way to modern industries of haulage, transportation and leisure, and many large companies have located their distribution centres around the city.   It is also home […]


Dudley is currently the second largest town in the U.K. with a population of just over 200,000. It is situated between Wolverhampton and Birmingham and like most towns from the West Midlands, Dudley was known for its heavy industries like mining and steelworks during the Industrial Revolution. Of particular note is Dudley Castle, built in […]


Scotlands capital city is the seat of the Scottish Parliament and is respected worldwide for its unique meshing of quaint historic streets and monuments, with the modern cosmopolitan buzz of today. Overlooked by the famous 12th century Castle built upon an inactive volcano, the winding cobblestone streets of the Old Town are a trove of […]


Leeds in recent times has become a burgeoning location for internet and high-tech enterprises, and is considered one of the most attractive U.K. cities for businesses. It is very well connected with 3 motorways (M62, M1, A1(M)) passing nearby and is home to over 760,000 people, making it the third largest city in the U.K. […]


Unlike much of the U.K., Leicester has retained much of its historic record in buildings that still stand today. As well as being home to over 330,000 residents it was, in Roman times, settled by the Romans as a military outpost named Ratae. The pavements and baths from this time remain today which makes Leicester […]


Liverpool is known the world over for its contribution to iconic music and sport. The hometown of the world’s greatest rock n roll band, The Beatles and established “Mersey Beat” sound led to the label “World Capital City of Pop” by the Guinness World Records. It is also the base of football team Liverpool F.C. […]


London is famous throughout the world as a powerhouse of finance, industry and culture. The capital of the U.K. epitomises diversity and heritage, though the original City of London itself only measures 2.9km2 and has 7,500 residents making it the smallest city in England. It is Greater London that refers to the metropolis around this […]


Manchester is the second largest urban zone in the U.K. Situated between Liverpool and Sheffield Greater Manchester has a population of over 2.2 million people. Like most of the north-west of England Manchester once depended on its textile industry for employment and wealth, though now it is prosperous in a wide range of industries. It […]


Synonymous with the famous outlaw Robin Hood, the city of Nottingham is home to a population of over 280,000 people. It is also a major HQ for many major international companies such as Siemens, Boots and Imperial Tobacco, with an outlook towards future industrial sectors such as low-carbon technologies, digital media and life sciences. It […]


Plymouth is a place steeped in maritime history. Overlooking one of Europe’s largest natural harbours, it is home to the Royal Navy as well as operating as a teeming commercial port. It was from Plymouth that the Pilgrim Fathers departed to establish the first British colony in the United States of America in 1620. To […]


Portsmouth is a famous naval port located in the middle of England’s south coast. It is one of the U.K.s busiest, ferrying millions of passengers every year to France, Spain and the Channel Islands as well as the picturesque Isle of Wight. It is also the hometown of the former British Prime Minister, James Callaghan, […]


For a large city, Salford remains under-developed for the most part. One third of the city is undeveloped rural space, which provides an attractive proposition for its 220,000 residents. However in truth, the area stretches across an ancient peat bog which makes development impossible.   The city’s history stretches back over 1000 years but in […]

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