UniversitiesLancaster University, St.Martins College
Student Population: Under GraduatePost GraduateTotal
St.Martins College7190286010050
Campus Capacity(3948)(650)4598
 Size of Market16,757542522,182
Drop out rates:[from excel spdsht]Lancaster University6%
St.Martins College11%
Student AreasUniversity, Greaves, Bowerham, Hala, Scotforth, Primrose, Moorlands, Centre and Central.
Accommodation Officer Contacts:UniversityTelAddressWebLandlord Accreditation Scheme?
Lancaster01524 594910College and Residence Office
University House
Lancaster University
LancasterLA1 4YW
St. Martins College01524 384336Bowerham Road
Lancaster,LA1 3JD
Planned development for cityThe Economic Development Service in the local area was expanded in 2002 to improve on the tourism services at Lancaster and Morecambe. The Service is designed to help existing local companies and also to attract investment and businesses.The North-West of England was also awarded £175 million of European funding to aid and regenrate the region and create Economic Development Zones (EDZ’s), with Lancaster being one of the fifteen locations to receive a share. From this £175 million, £8 million was awarded to Lancaster to develop the business base and encourage new initatives, leading to 33,000 new jobs and attracting future investment.
Planned development for universitiesLancasterInfoLab21- based at Lancaster University – will be a major new ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) facility in the North West of England. The £15m building was made possible with funding from the Northwest Development Agency (NWDA)One of the largest environmental research centres in Europe was launched in Spring 2004 at Lancaster University providing a key facility in the quest to sustain the planet.The £25 million Lancaster Environment Centre brings together around 300 researchers and lecturers, all working to find solutions to major environmental problems from tracking pollutants to generating sustainable energy. The University is also working extensively on upgrades to its Campus accommodation and hopes to complete this within the near future.
St. Martins CollegeSt Martin’s College has been awarded £700,000 by the Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF) – a major part of the Government’s strategy to increase prosperity and provide high quality job opportunities - to support new and existing initiatives over the next two years to increase knowledge transfer to businesses and the wider community in Cumbria and Lancashire.
Yield range7.7 – 8.5%
Type of property3 bed house (i.e. 2 bed upstairs + 1 converted other)4 bed house5 bed house6 or more bed house
Entry Price£80,000£95,000£135,000£155,000
Median Room Rate£45£43£44£44
Average Yield B*7.9%8.5%7.7%8%
B - Estimated Annual Profit£1,476£2,193£2,197£2,952
Financial ScoresTotal(out of 10)Capital Growth(out of 5)Yield(out of 5)
Description:Lancaster is one of the largest towns in Lancashire, and has easy train access to both London and Edinburgh. An historic city, it is surrounded by countryside, but four or five miles to the west are the seaside towns of Morecambe and Heysham. Just to the north is the Lake District, famous for its beautiful landscape, rolling hills and bitter winds.The city itself can only be described as charming. It is friendly (as only Lancashire can be), and yet it has all the amenities of a large city, including shopping at Marketgate and the St Nicholas Arcade. It rains quite a lot too in Lancaster, so be prepared. Lancaster is only 15 minutes train ride from Preston and has good access to Manchester.
Websites to advertise on:Local and national student listings: www.student-accom.comCity information for students: www.accommodationforstudents.comStudent Lettings: Student Housing: Union links:
Estate Agents:AddressTelWeb
Sue Bridges43 China Street, Lancaster, LA1 1EX01524
Ratcliffe and Bibby Solicitors69/71 Church Street
Reeds Rains48 Market Street, Lancaster, LA1 1HS01524
Fisher WrathallThe Old Warehouse, Castle Hill, Lancaster, LA1 1YN01524
Letting Agents: Address TelWeb
Reeds Rains48 Market Street, Lancaster, LA1 1HS01524
Fisher WrathallThe Old Warehouse, Castle Hill, Lancaster, LA1 1YN01524
Richard Turner & SonRoyal Oak Chambers, Main Street, Bentham, Lancaster, LA2 7HF015242
Farrell Hayworth53a Market Street, Lancaster, LA1 1JG01524
Countrywide Residential Lettings12 New Street, Lancaster, LA1 1EG01524


UniversitiesUniversity of Leeds, Leeds Metropolitan University, Trinity & All Saints, Northern School of Contemporary Dance
Student Population:[From UCAS or individual websites]Under GraduatePost GraduateTotal
University of Leeds25685988035570
Leeds Metropolitan University22460437526830
Trinity & All Saints21304002530
Northern School of Contemporary Dance1600160
Campus Capacity(9227)(1400)(10527)
 Size of Market412081325554563
Drop out rates:University of Leeds8%
Leeds Metropolitan University12%
Trinity & All Saints13%
Northern School of Contemporary Dance15%
Student AreasBeeston, Burley, Headingley, Hyde park, Kirkstall, Meanwood, Woodhouse
Accommodation Officer Contacts:UniversityTelAddressWebLandlord Accreditation Scheme?
University of Leeds0113 343 7777Accommodation Services
The University of Leeds
Leeds Metropolitan University0113 283 5972Room D207
Leeds Metropolitan University
Calverley Street
Trinity & All Saints0113 283 7111Accommodation Office
Brownberrie Lane
LS18 5HD
Northern School of Contemporary Dance0113 219 300098 Chapeltown Road, Leeds, LS7
Planned development for cityPlans for a Leeds Supertram is to be revamped due to the spiralling costs it would ancounter. The estimated £500 million would have been at least £140 million more than first proposed. However, Leeds intend on working a reformatted proposal with view to developing the scheme. The super tram is the largest single project of engineering ever undertaken in the city.Under the original plans it would have provided a 28-kilometre light rail network linking Leeds to outlying areas along three major routes with 22 million people expected to use it every year.A plan for a £400m scheme to regenerate an undeveloped part of Leeds city centre is to be looked into further. The area in question is the Eastgate and Harewood quarter. The development will include shops, offices, houses and extra parking.  It is hoped the project will attract more businesses to the area especially national chains.
Planned development for universitiesUniversity of LeedsSince August 2001, Leeds University officially merged with Bretton Hall college. This has distinctly added to the university due to the highly respected reputation of Bretton Hall in the fine arts.Leading cancer researchers and experts in genetics, pathology, immunology and molecular medicine from the University of Leeds are to join forces in a new £20 million building to be based at St James' University Hospital in Leeds.The University of Leeds has won £2.5m to boost the region as a target for inward investment, develop business in Yorkshire and aid regeneration in Leeds. The programmes result from a successful bid to the second round of the HEIF.
Leeds Metropolitan UniversityHEIF has also provided Leeds Met with a further £1.2million over two years to boost its incubator developments and business support activities to Yorkshire businesses.
Trinity & All SaintsA new student services centre, conference room, better disabled access and a new IT infrastructure will all be coming along over the next eighteen months, thanks to a capital allocation of nearly £1 million from the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE).
Northern School of Contemporary DanceThe Institution was founded in 1985 and is a specialist dance training college with less than 200 students. Before the turn of the millennium, it completed a £3.2m redevelopment, including "state of the art", purpose-built dance training facilities.
Campus room rental:MinimumMaximum
Yield range8.6 – 9.8%
Type of property3 bed house (i.e. 2 bed upstairs + 1 converted other)4 bed house5 bed house6 or more bed house
Entry Price****£85,000£100,000£135,000£165,000
Median Room Rate£52£52£54£56
Average Yield B*8.6%9.8%9.4%9.6%
B - Estimated Annual Profit£2,041£3,321£4,077£5,209
Financial ScoresTotal(out of 10)Capital Growth(out of 5)Yield(out of 5)
Description:A vibrant, affluent city complements its economic success with a lively arts, sporting and entertainment scene. It is the second largest metropolitan district in the UK, extending 15 miles from east to west, and 13 miles from north to south. Leeds has transformed its once neglected Waterfront into a thriving visitor attraction and fashionable restaurant area. It is also Britain's most significant legal and financial centre outside London. This provides students with many opportunities for work experience.Leeds is a city that has a vibrant, youthful feel about it, and also has some of the best clubs in the country. Socially Leeds has much to offer. Thanks to the tolerant council, Leeds is an all-night town with many clubs and bars open until the early hours.
Websites to advertise on:Local and national student listings: www.student-accom.comCity information for students: www.accommodationforstudents.comEasy roommate: http://uk.easyroommate.comLeeds Student Newspaper: Lets:

Leeds Property Association:

Estate Agents:AddressTelWeb
Acorn Estates71 High Street Yeadon, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS19 7SP0113 2391193
D avid Moor129 Queen Street Morley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS27 8HE0113 2534151
Halifax Property ServicesLeeds City Square, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS0113 2150735/
JumpBeeston, Leeds, West Yorkshire0113 3872500
Letting Agents: AddressTelWeb
Manning StaintonOakwood, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS0113 2351361
Morehouses50 Austhorpe Road Crossgates, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS15 8DX0113 2608484
Pickerings16 St. Annes Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS6 3NX0113 2744775
Morgans City Living46 The Calls, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 7EY0113 3980098
Morfitt Shaw Estate & Letting Agents80 Street Lane, Leeds, LS22 5AG0113 393 0113


UniversitiesDe Montfort University, The University of Leicester
Student Population:[From UCAS or individual websites]Under GraduatePost GraduateTotal
De Montfort University18190391522105
The University of Leicester9215670515920
Campus Capacity(4407)(780)(5187)
 Size of Market22998984032838
Drop out rates:De Montfort University13%
The University of Leicester9%
Student AreasAylestone, City centre, Clarendon Park, Evington road, Narborough road, Off london road, West end, Western park
Accommodation Officer Contacts:UniversityTelAddressWebLandlord Accreditation Scheme?
De Montfort University0116 255 1551The Accommodation Manager
Fletcher Building
The Gateway
The University of Leicester0116 252 2428Accomodation Office
University Road
Planned development for cityA new theatre development in Leicester has been awarded a £12m grant by Arts Council England. The new centre, which will replace the city's Haymarket and Phoenix venues, is scheduled to open in 2007. The development, which will cost £31m in total, is part of a £60m scheme for the city's St George's district.A new 3,000 home village is being planned for Leicester by the city council. The proposed 'eco-village' near Beaumont Leys is being called the most innovative in the city in 30 years. The Ashton Green development is planned to meet the growing demand for housing in the city area.
Planned development for universitiesDe Montfort UniversityEast Midlands Incubation Network (EMIN) has been awarded £2 million to continue EMIN’s core remit, which is to drive up rates of new start businesses in the region.DMU’s institutional award is for  £1.93 million for a project which will see DMU continue capitalising on its own expertise, research and facilities, as well as the experience and infrastructure already developed. DMU has a few campuses located throughout the UK, but its main location is in Leicester.
The University of LeicesterThe University is involved in a number of regional partnerships - including Nottingham, Loughborough and De Montfort universities - that has attracted over £9m from the Higher Education Funding Council. The funding direct to Leicester from these partnerships is a substantial £1.6m.
Campus room rental**:MinimumMaximum
Yield range6.9 – 8.8%
 3 bed house (i.e. 2 bed upstairs + 1 converted other)4 bed house5 bed house6 or more bed house
Entry Price£78,000£92,000£140,000£175,000
Median Room Rate£45£43£46£43
Average Yield B*8.1%8.8%7.7%6.9%
B - Estimated Annual Profit£1,566£2,328£2,348£1,826
Financial ScoresTotal(out of 10)Capital Growth(out of 5)Yield(out of 5)
Description:Leicester is decent sized city which has plenty going on. Quite a lot of the students are locals and with Leicester University also in the town there is plenty of provision.It is a city with a long and varied past, which looks to the future. Primarily it is a city of diversity, offering citizens and visitors alike the benefits of a cosmopolitan environment. It has long been a major commercial and manufacturing centre for the Midlands. There is easy access from London, East Midlands and Birmingham International airports. The city's strong Indian population is reflected in the number of good curry restaurants. For a cultural day out with bargains on the menu, head for the market, the largest of its kind in Europe.
Websites to advertise on:Local and national student listings: www.student-accom.comCity information for students: www.accommodationforstudents.comLeicester Student homes: Classifieds:
Estate Agents:AddressTelWeb
Bradford And Bingley Marketplace Ltd48 Granby Street, Leicester, LE1 1 DH0116 2551518
Connell Estate Agents8/10 Leicester Road, Blaby, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE84GQ0116 2477477
Haart25 Halford Street, Leicester, LE1 1JA0116 2629913
Spencers22-30 Halford Street, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE7 2JT0116 2538711
Letting Agents: AddressTelWeb
Foxstons Estate Agents19 Halford Street, Leicester, LE1 1 JA0116 2512211
Halifax Property ServicesCity Centre, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE10116
James Sellicks56 Granby Street, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 1DH0116 2854554
Moore & York83 Narborough Road, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE3 0LF0116 254 9555
Seths Estate Agents173 Melton Road, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE4 6QT0116 2668536

** This includes catered, non-catered, fully en-suite, on-campus and university owned accomodation nearby campus.

UniversitiesBishop Grosseteste College, University of Lincoln
Student Population:[From UCAS or individual websites]Under GraduatePost GraduateTotal
Bishop Grosseteste College8953201215
University of Lincoln13110220515320
Campus Capacity(1384)(200)(15824)
 Size of Market12621232514951
Drop out rates:Bishop Grosseteste College11%
University of Lincoln13%
Student AreasCentral, High street, Newlands, Off monks road, Uphill, West end, West Parade
Accommodation Officer Contacts:UniversityTelAddressWebLandlord Accreditation Scheme?
Bishop Grosseteste College01522 527347Accommodation Office
University of Lincoln01522 886225Residential Services
University of Lincoln, Brayford Pool
Planned development for cityA Masterplan to tackle key issues in the heart of Lincoln, such as transportation, the economy and the environment, has been drawn up and given the go-ahead. Proposals to commission a 10-year City Centre Masterplan were discussed at a meeting of the Executive Committee in July 2004.The project, will provide a vision for the city centre, address key issues and provide a context for future public and private sector investment decisions. It will also contribute to the Local Development Framework, to be completed in 2006, through the commissioning of a Central Rail Corridor Action Plan within that framework.
Planned development for universitiesBishop Grosseteste CollegeThe University of Leicester formed a closer alliance with Bishop Grosseteste from 2003, validating their degrees and undertaking joint research projects.
It was also announced in 2003 by the government and the Wellcome Trust that Bishop Grosseteste College, in partnership with University of Nottingham and University of Leicester, formed one of England's first six science learning centres, as part of a £51m project to improve science teaching.
University of LincolnThere's an ambitious new five storey architecture building with fancy restaurant and studios. Probably most important however is the planned new students' union. There are still things to be worked out but the goal is to open for some time during 2003-2004 in converted Victorian railway sheds. There are ambitious plans that it should be the best SU in the UK. There are also plans for an arts centre
Campus room rental**:MinimumMaximum
Yield range8.1 – 10.4%
Type of property3 bed house (i.e. 2 bed upstairs + 1 converted other)4 bed house5 bed house6 or more bed house
Entry Price£78,000£90,000£130,000£160,000
Median Room Rate£48£50£47£46
Average Yield B*8.7%10.4%8.5%8.1%
Annual Profit£1,905£3,470£2,986£3,178
Financial ScoresTotal(out of 10)Capital Growth(out of 5)Yield(out of 5)
Description:Lincoln is a stunning city and that has managed to keep its charm without being snobby. This means that there are stacks of good pubs and bars to drink in, many in the new Quayside development next to Brayford pool.Trips to Nottingham and other big cities can be easily organised. There are still massive plans to make the city one of the top places in the UK but the lack of capital is a stumbling block. Whatever the case in the future though there are some great bars and atmosphere.
Websites to advertise on:Local and national student listings: www.student-accom.comCity information for students: www.accommodationforstudents.comStudent Accommodation: Portal Online:
Estate Agents:AddressTelWeb
Brogden Bews Brown Estate Agents38-39 Silver Street, Lincoln, LN21 1EU01522 531321
Fdp Savills21 Newland, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN1 1XG01522 551100
Halifax Property Services42 Silver Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN201522 513456
Hodgson Elkington343 High Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN5 7DQ01522 567645
Letting Agents: AddressTelWeb
Kirk Superior Homes2 Saltergate, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN2 1DH01522 542201
Robert Bell & Co43, Silver St, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN2 1EH01522 538888
Stapleton And Co21 Guildhall Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN201522 532653
Turner Evans Stevens33 Silver Street, Lincoln, Lincs, LN2 1EW01522 545111
William H Brown - Lincoln35-36 Silver Street, Lincoln, LN2 1EW01522 534771


UniversitiesEdge Hill College of Higher Education, University of Liverpool, Liverpool Hope University College, Liverpool John Moores University
Student Population:[From UCAS or individual websites]Under GraduatePost GraduateTotal
Edge Hill College of HE8415273011145
University of Liverpool16765539022150
Liverpool Hope University College564516857330
Liverpool John Moores University17660306020720
Campus Capacity-8108-500-8608
 Size of Market403771236552742
Drop out rates:Edge Hill College of HE14%
University of Liverpool9%
Liverpool Hope University College17%
Liverpool John Moores University15%
Student AreasAigburth, Allerton, Anfield, Bebington, City center, Crosby, Edge hill, Kensington, Kensington fields, Mossley hill, Old swan, Seaforth, Sefton, Smithdown rd, Tuebrook, Walton, Wavertree
Accommodation Officer Contacts:UniversityTelAddressWebLandlord Accreditation Scheme?
Edge Hill College of HE01695 584253Accomodation Office
St Helens Road
L39 4QP
Liverpool Hope University College0151 291 3434Accommodation Office
Liverpool Hope University
Hope Park
L16 9JD
Liverpool John Moores University(0151) 231 4166Residential Services
JMU Tower
24 Norton Tower
L3 8PY
University of Liverpool0151 794 5873/2Student Services Centre
150 Mount Pleasant
L69 3GD
Planned development for cityLiverpool was officially announced as the European Capital of Culture 2008. The city is already renowned for its cultural features.The city will be hosting themed years in the run up to 2008. 'Celebrating Learning' was the theme for 2003. The programme offers every Liverpool citizen an opportunity to realise their creative ambitions. Extensive city centre regeneration is planned over the coming years along with a new arena and exhibition venue.Economists predict that Liverpool's success could generate 14,000 jobs and lever in an additional £200 million in tourism in the run up to 2008. It is estimated that the Culture title could net Liverpool an extra 1.7 million visitors to the city.However, problems have already been encountered. The so–called “Fourth Grace” was recently discarded due to its “unworkability”. The council hoped the £228 million waterfront development would be the centrepiece for the city's year as European Capital of Culture in 2008.
Planned development for universitiesEdge Hill College of HEThe £4m CMIST building, Edge Hill’s Centre for Media, Information Systems and Technology, at the Ormskirk Campus was opened in Summer 2004. The building, which houses degree programmes in media production, journalism and computing, provides students and staff with the very latest in new media technology. The CMIST is one of four new buildings forming the Western Campus development, where in the last six years building programmes have contributed to Edge Hill’s continued investment in its learning infrastructure. .
University of LiverpoolThe University of Liverpool has been awarded £2.4 million by the Government to expand its programme of research and business activities in the North West.Business wise, the completion of the superstructure for Phase One of the Liverpool Science Park – a £9.4 million, purpose-built Incubator Centre. Work is due to be completed by the second quarter 2005, with the first businesses expected to be in place later in the year.A £20 million Oncology research centre at the University of Liverpool was also opened in February 2004.
Liverpool Hope University CollegeThe University intends to build on its ‘Investor In People status’ to create ever more opportunities for staff and student development, while increasing student numbers to 7000 by 2005.
Liverpool John Moores UniversityThe John Moores University is planning to develop accommodation in the Northern part of Liverpool. It is also to work with the University of Liverpool on the new Business Science Park, which is set to open in the next few years.
Campus room rental:MinimumMaximum
Yield range5.3 – 6%
Type of property3 bed house (i.e. 2 bed upstairs + 1 converted other)4 bed house5 bed house6 or more bed house
Entry Price£120,000£145,000£185,000£210,000
Median Room Rate£45£42£45£45
Average Yield B*5.3%5.4%5.7%6%
B - Estimated Annual Profit-£324-£208£135£702
Financial ScoresTotal(out of 10)Capital Growth(out of 5)Yield(out of 5)
Websites to advertise on:Liverpool student housing: and national student listings: www.student-accom.comCity information for students: www.accommodationforstudents.comLiverpool and Wirral: online Guide:
Estate Agents:AddressTelWeb
Bradford & Bingley Estate Agents11 Broad Green Road, Old Swan, Liverpool, L13 5SD0151 220
Halifax Property Services30 Allerton Road, Mossley Hill, Liverpool, L18 1LN0845 602
Roberts Edwards & Worrall3 Allerton Rd, Mossley Hill,
Liverpool. L18 1LQ
0151 733 7101
Acumen Estates40 East Prescot Road, Old Swan, Liverpool, L14 1PW. Tel: (0151) 228 94590151 228
Letting Agents: AddressTelWeb
Liverpool Homes Network136 Smithdown Road Wavertree Liverpool L15 3JR0151 222
Collertons50 Liverpool Road, Crosby, Liverpool, L23 5SG0151 286
R House Lettings44 Penny Lane, Liverpool, L18 1DG0151 291
CASTLE ESTATES147 Allerton Road, Liverpool, L18 2DD0151 291
Sutton Kersh102 County Road, Walton, Liverpool, L4 3QN0151-521


UniversitiesLoughborough University
Student Population:[From UCAS or individual websites]Under GraduatePost GraduateTotal
Campus Capacity(4508)(500)(5308)
 Size of Market584742409782
Drop out rates:Loughborough University7%
Student AreasCentral location, Golden triangle, Off Ashby road, Toot hill
Accommodation Officer Contacts:UniversityTelAddressWebLandlord Accreditation Scheme?
Loughborough University01509 222258Student Accommodation Services
Loughborough University
LE11 3TU
Planned development for cityThe city has plans to develop Loughborough Wharf have been adjusted to appease opponents. The development involves an upgrade of the wharf area including office buildings, private flats, shops and a cafe bar. One of the main concerns had been the presence of student accommodation, which the developers have now removed.
Planned development for universitiesLoughborough UniversityThe East Midlands Development Agency (emda) has confirmed a £3M contribution to the Lachesis Fund, greatly enhancing the region’s ability to generate new businesses from the leading edge science and technology capabilities of its universities. The Lachesis Fund is a partnership of the universities of De Montfort, Leicester, Loughborough, Nottingham and Nottingham Trent and Quester, an independent venture capital company.By 2010 the expanded £7 million fund will have contributed to the birth of some 50 businesses employing highly-skilled scientists and graduates, aiding the development of a culture of entrepreneurship and innovation within the region.
Campus room rental**:MinimumMaximum
Yield range7.1 – 9.8%
 3 bed house (i.e. 2 bed upstairs + 1 converted other)4 bed house5 bed house6 or more bed house
Entry Price£80,000£105,000£150,000£200,000
Median Room Rate£52£55£52£50
Average Yield B*9.2%9.8%8.1%7.1%
B - Estimated Annual Profit£2,266£3,547£3,026£2,280
Financial ScoresTotal(out of 10)Capital Growth(out of 5)Yield(out of 5)
Description:Loughborough lies is about as near to the centre of the United Kingdom as you can be.  It is a great combination of a thriving market town and a prominent high-technology centre for the East Midlands - a magnet for inward investment. Close neighbours are the cities of Derby, Leicester and Nottingham, with many other cities such as London reachable within one and a half hours by train. The town centre is pedestrianised. For entertainment, there is a wide selection of pubs, bars, clubs and restaurants to choose from as well as a cinema.
Websites to advertise on:Local and national student listings: www.student-accom.comCity information for students: www.accommodationforstudents.comEasy roommate:
Estate Agents:AddressTelWeb
Andrew Granger & Co3 Wards End, Loughborough, Leics, LE11 3HA01509 235534
Bradford And Bingley Marketplace Ltd3 Swan Street, Loughborough, Leics, LE11 5BJ01509 218006
Connell Estate Agents22-23 Swan Street, Loughborough, Leics, LE11 5BL01509 268831
Your MoveCattle Market, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE11 3DN01509 231731
Letting Agents: AddressTelWeb
Hartley Estates5 High Street, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE11 2PY01509 611119
Taylors Estate Agents65-66 Baxter Gate, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE11 1TH01509 218362
William H Brown - Loughborough13-14 Market Street, Loughborough, Leics, LE11 3EP01509 214686
Sinclair Estate Agents63 Baxter Gate, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE11 1TH01509 611887
Moore And York18 Devonshire Square, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE1101509 214546