Bristol's appeal continues for relocators
The city of Bristol continues to attract a whole host of new
residents every year due to its wide choice of facilities and
Of course, the local universities plan a key role in the annual
change in locals and the University of Bristol has in the past been
named among the world's top 30 by QS World University Rankings,
with more students choosing to stay in the city after graduation
than almost any other city.
For many its location makes it an ideal residential base, as it is
just two hours from London, the Midlands and Cornwall, while
Cardiff and Newport can be reached in around half an hour, so there
is plenty of demand for
property for sale in Bristol.
The M4 motorway goes to London, passing through areas such as
Swindon and Reading, while the M5 links Bristol to Gloucester,
Worcester and Birmingham to the north, along with
Weston-super-Mare, Burnham-on-Sea, Taunton and Exeter to the
There is also a vibrant culture and entertainment scene in the
city, with plenty of events happening throughout the year,
including live music, art shows and theatre performances.
For sport fans then there is Bristol City and Bristol Rovers
playing in the football league, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club
and Bristol Rugby to help provide the live action.