• Quality of life

    1,480

    acres of green space
    within the city of Stoke-on-Trent
  • Quality of life

    33,000

    student population
  • Quality of life

    375,000

    visitors each year to
    Victoria Hall & Regent Theatre
  • Quality of life

    £282M

    UniQ education
    investment

Lifestyle

Stoke-on-Trent can offer a lifestyle that’s simply not available in the larger urban areas. The quality of life on offer is as high as the costs are low. Stoke offers world class leisure, housing and some of Britain’s finest green landscapes.

Housing

Stoke has some of the UK’s most beautiful scenery in the Staffordshire Peak District, Cannock Chase and the National Forest. With 75% of available space in the form of agricultural land, it's one of the UK’s ‘greenest’ counties.

Affordable average house prices and value for money in Stoke-on-Trent mean that a high standard of living is attainable.

Education

There are nine main higher and further education institutions in Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire including two universities at Keele and Stoke and seven colleges. Other universities nearby include Birmingham, Manchester, Nottingham and Warwick.

Demographics and Economic Landscapes

*Larger catchment than Glasgow, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Bristol or Newcastle

**UK average 71.8% (ONS)

£114,000

average house price in
Stoke-On-Trent

14%

Investors save up to 14% in
wage costs by locating in the area*

*Source – Make it Stoke-on-Trent & Staffordshire

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Global businesses that have already made
Stoke-on-Trent their home

Vodafone
LA International
Wardell Armstrong
Steelite International
Wedgwood
Royal Doulton
GAP Europe
Screwfix
Unilever
Michelin
Bet365
JCB