Nottingham

With Nottingham being at the heart of the Midlands, its central location makes it easily accessible by road, rail and air. Nottinghamshire is a vibrant and popular destination to live, ensuring there is always a high demand for quality properties. This provides sellers with a good supply of purchasers and gives landlords a good potential return on investment.

Nottingham is the home to many multi-national companies such as Experian, Capital One and Boots. The City boasts the third largest student population in England, with two of the UK's leading Universities, Nottingham Trent and the University of Nottingham. There is also a large medical population based around the Queens Medical Centre and Nottingham City Hospitals.

In Nottingham we pride ourselves with having a variety of famous sporting venues such as the Trent Bridge Cricket Ground, The City and Meadow Lane football grounds, the National Water Sports Centre and the National Ice Centre.

Nottingham is also the cultural centre of the Midlands with popular venues such as the Theatre Royal, Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham Playhouse,Rock City and the Capital FM Arena hosting a variety of shows and concerts.

Borough of Rushcliffe

The borough of Rushcliffe is to the south-east of Nottingham city centre. Offering the best of both city and country living, there is something for everyone from first-time buyers and young professionals to families and those looking to downsize.

Transport links are ideal for travel to Nottingham, Leicester, the M1 and East Midlands airport, with fast rail links to London from Nottingham and the East Midlands Parkway.

The borough is made up of a mixture of Nottingham suburbs, small towns and rural villages with one-third of the 112,000 strong population of Rushcliffe living in West Bridgford, a popular suburb of Nottingham for families and professionals alike. There is a wide range of pubs, cafes and restaurants in West Bridgford as well as excellent schools and leisure facilities. West Bridgford is home to the world-famous Trent Bridge cricket ground as well as Nottingham Forest Football Club.

If you prefer to be further from the city, the large villages of Keyworth, Radcliffe-on-Trent, Ruddington, Cotgrave and East Leake all have excellent local amenities and leisure facilities.

The rural villages of Rushcliffe are varied in size and character, many with strong local communities and in locations which are ideal for exploring the surrounding countryside whether on foot, or by bike, bus or car.

Our services cover the whole of Rushcliffe and beyond. We are based in Keyworth, a large residential village, 7 miles to the south-east of Nottingham.

Keyworth

Keyworth is well served by a range of amenities including primary and secondary schools, health centre, leisure centre, shops, banks, restaurants, village hall and sports clubs.

With excellent transport links, Keyworth is well placed for easy access to the main rail, road and air networks, and benefits from a regular bus service.

Keyworth is also adjacent to open countryside, perfect for walking and cycling.

Schools

Primary Schools:   Crossdale Drive Primary (including pre-school)

                           Keyworth Primary & Nursery School

                           Willow Brook Primary (including pre-school)

 Secondary           SouthWoldsCommunitySchooland Sixth Form

Transport Links

Train            Nottingham Railway Station and East Midlands Parkway

Bus Services  Trent Barton buses run regular services via Tollerton to Nottingham city centre and other services are run to surrounding villages                   

Motorway links         Easy access to the M1        

Airport                    16 miles from East Midlands Airport

Services and amenities

Health Centre

Dentists

Opticians

Vets

Library

Leisure Centre

Small supermarkets

Post Office and local shops

Broad range of clubs and societies 

Local council: Rushcliffe Borough Council