Central Cardiff Enterprise Zone is a 140-acre (56.7-hectare) business district at the heart of the closest capital city to London with considerably lower overheads.
- Closest capital to London with Grade A office rental costs less than 50% of the average London rates¹ and up to 30% lower salary costs²
- Three universities; 70,000 students; three business schools, three law schools; and 30% of the workforce qualified to degree level
- Key sectors: Financial & Professional Services, ICT, Creative Industries
- Low-cost, fast broadband via the UK’s fastest growing internet exchange
- 1.4m workers live within a 30-minute commute
- Supportive, devolved Government
- Proactive local authority
- Resilient utilities infrastructure
¹ Source: BNP Paribas Real Estate 2014
² Source: Robert Half Salary Guide 2015
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