Leicester is strategically located 43 miles north-east of Birmingham, 31miles south of Nottingham and 100 miles north-west of London. The city is the second largest in the East Midlands and is a major commercial retailing destination.
The City benefits from excellent road communications with the A50, A46 and the A563 providing access to the City Centre via junctions 21, 21A and 22, of the M1 motorway.
The City’s mainline railway station provides regular highspeed train services to London St Pancras with a journey time of approximately 1 hour.
East Midlands airport lies approximately 20 miles to the northwest of the City and provides frequent domestic and international flights.
Leicester has a diverse socio-economic and demographic profile. The 2011 Census shows that Leicester was the most populous urban centre in Leicestershire with 324,000 persons; an increase of over 45,000 since 2001.
Leicester is home to three large Universities with a combined enrollment of approximately 66,000.
Leicester, the second largest city in the East Midlands, is a major commercial and retailing destination with a shopping population of 491,000 people.
The city has a high proportion of young adults between 15 and 35, considered to be a high class spend and with good levels of disposable income.
The property is situated to the south of the City Centre, on the west side of Saffron Lane (B5366), close to the junction with St Andrews Road. There is off-street parking to the front of the property.
Occupiers close by include William Hill, Martins and a number of local traders.