Why choose to live and work in Nottingham?
Our Nottingham office is in the heart of Nottingham's Lace Market – also dubbed the Creative Quarter. It’s a vibrant city with loads to offer on the culture, nightlife and sports scenes.
Nottingham is jam-packed with great restaurants, cafés, bars, pubs, parks, cultural and arty haunts. If you move here, it won't take you long to meet new people and experience everything the city has to offer.
Plenty of diversity
More than 10,000 international students come to Nottingham every year and never leave, many of them stay here to start their careers. It's a diverse multicultural place to live and work.
Nottingham has excellent road links to Derby, Leicester, Birmingham, and other major cities around the UK, with easy access to the M1. There are great train links too with trains to and from London taking less than 2 hours.
Public transport is frequent, reliable and reasonably priced, including an excellent bus network (voted the best in the UK!), a super-convenient tram system and East Midlands Airport 30 minutes away.
Affordable to live
Unlike some other big cities, it's still affordable to live in the city centre or the more popular areas of the city and still have some spending money left to go out and enjoy your free time.
With some of the best Primary and Secondary state schools in the UK, Nottingham and neighbouring West Bridgford are well-known for being popular places to bring up a family.
Nottingham is home to Trent Bridge cricket ground, two major football clubs, more rowing clubs than you could shake an oar at and the National Watersports Centre is just a few miles down the road.