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Why invest in Hull?

Kingston-upon-Hull, more commonly known as Hull, is located on the Humber Estuary and is one of the UK’s most significant port cities. Download our guide to find out more or get in touch with us today.

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Why buy in Hull

266,500
Population of Kingston-upon-Hull (ONS)
10,000
Population growth by 2030 (Hull local plan to 2030)
£5.5bn+
Size of Hull's economy (Hull City Council)
8,400
Number of businesses in Hull (Hull City Council)
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Hull Housing Market

Hull’s population has been growing steadily for many years, with 4.3% growth being recorded over the last Census period. The Office for National Statistics now puts the city’s total population at 266,500 and estimates in the Hull Local Plan to 2030 see another 10,000 people will call the city home by the end of the decade.

That population growth has not been matched by the rate of new housebuilding and so the demand for available housing stock keeps going up. Figures from SpareRoom for the last full year on record show a sixfold increase in demand and a 52% fall in available properties in Hull.

Hull's economic transformation

Hull is Yorkshire’s maritime city and has become one of the UK’s most important manufacturing and energy hubs. It’s position on the River Humber gives it a unique sense of place built on 800 years of seafaring and a high-tech future that is delivering new jobs, industry and an aspirational lifestyle.

This is a 21st century city and a global leader in modern manufacturing with an annual GVA of more than £5.5bn. More than 8,400 businesses and 120,000 jobs are based here across the range of sectors and make Hull a highly attractive place to live for professionals.

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Tourism & visitor economy

Hull is one of the most popular tourist spots in Yorkshire and is the region’s only port city. Figures from Visit Hull and East Yorkshire show that mor than 6 million people visit Hull each year and bring more than £350m with them.

Top tier education

The University of Hull is one of the oldest in the UK and teaches 16,000 students each year. It makes a major economic contribution of almost £200m to the city each year and benefits from being part of the region with the highest number of international students outside London – a demonstration of Hull’s global footprint.

Regeneration

Hull is the beneficiary of large scale public and private investment into regeneration projects which are the perfect complement to the city’s economic growth. Together, these regeneration projects touch all areas of life in Hull and are remaking the city to create an attractive, modern destination on the UK’s east coast.

What’s more, they are all within easy reach of Dunedin House residents who will be able to make the most of Hull’s investment and regeneration on a daily basis.

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