Commercial Property in Bradford

Looking for commercial property to rent in Bradford? At Pall Mall Estates, we specialise in low-cost, high-value business space in this vibrant, multicultural West Yorkshire city. Bradford benefits from great industry connections across the Trans-Pennines, which in turn have helped the city become the eighth biggest economy in England, estimated by Bradford Council to be worth over £9.5 billion.

In the Industrial Revolution, Bradford was a key player in the textile and manufacturing industries. In more recent times, the city has forged niches in hi-tech engineering, financial services and digital media. The city still benefits from feature-laden industrial and business parks that offer strategic benefits in close proximity to the M62 and M1 motorways.

    City Link Business Park Bradford, North East, BD4 8JP.

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Find the perfect commercial property to let in Bradford

You might be surprised to find that Bradford is a bigger city than the likes of Newcastle and Bristol. In fact, it’s the fourth largest metropolitan authority in England with a young and growing population of more than 531,000. Despite the fact that some people believe Bradford to be a ‘forgotten city’ in the north of England, its economy is set to grow by around 25% during the next decade.

Bradford is home to several burgeoning industry ‘clusters’

The city centre of Bradford remains an integral area for employment, with some 33,500 jobs located here, equating to one-in-six vacancies throughout the city. Its city centre has become a prime retail hub too, with the development of the new Broadway Shopping Centre enhancing footfall in the city centre. Within the city centre there is a growing number of industry ‘clusters’ specialising in fields such as digital, IT and financial services.

Bradford’s economic integration with neighbouring Leeds

In terms of its location, Bradford is just a stone’s throw from the neighbouring West Yorkshire city of Leeds. According to Bradford Council, some 46,000 people commute between Bradford and Leeds daily, the largest flow of commuters between any two UK cities. By 2020, Bradford’s economy alone will contribute more than 15% towards the total growth within the Leeds City Region. Looking long-term, Bradford’s economy will benefit greatly from the arrival of phase two of the HS2 rail network, which will improve rail links between West Yorkshire, the West Midlands and London immensely.

Those preferring to work on the fringes of Bradford city centre should consider our premises on City Link Business Park, which is to the east of the city and the ideal bridge between Bradford and Leeds.

If you’d like to know more information about our units on Bradford’s City Link Business Park or elsewhere in the city, please don’t hesitate to contact our friendly, experienced property agents. With many years of expertise and knowledge between them, they can help you decide whether Bradford is a suitable location for your next business move. Call us today on 020 8108 4748 or drop us a line using our online enquiry form and we’ll do the rest.

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