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Serviced Apartments - Other - Sheffield

Asking Price: £220,000
Turnover:  £300,000
Location: Yorkshire and the Humber

An established service apartment company that has been operating for over 13 years in Sheffield City centre. The business is easy to run and has so much more potential and only selling due to other business interests...

Industrial Fencing (Steel & Timber) & Automated Gate - Building and Construction - South Yorkshire

Asking Price: £395,000
Turnover:  £2,000,000
Location: Yorkshire and the Humber

Well-established business. He has used his knowledge and expertise to build up the business earning a sound and reputable name. They are now a well-respected manufacturer and contractor of perimeter fencing, supplying mainly steel and wooden fencing to a host of major construction companies, buildin..

Investment Property - Other - Sheffield

Asking Price: £195,000
Location: Yorkshire and the Humber

This is a mixed Investment on a busy arterial route close to shops, a local hospital and several other employers. Good access to much of the City. Presently under let and in need of management to improve the income. Ground floor shop let at only £200 p.c.m. Good scope for growth...

Guest House - Leisure and Lifestyle - Epworth

Asking Price: £495,000
Location: Yorkshire and the Humber

Guest house presented to the highest standard. Tremendous location in picture postcard location, delightful village with real tourist feel and plenty of local activity. Close to main motorway routes and good access to East Coast main line. Convenient for two airports. Six delightful en-suite letting..

Motor Trade - Services - South Yorkshire

Asking Price: £235,000
Turnover:  £160,000
Location: Yorkshire and the Humber

Long-established and very well known used car dealership. Well-established motor vehicle sales, servicing and repair business with an existing client base that has consistently increased over time. Everything is in place to take over and take what has already been achieved and make it grow even mor..

Newsagents - Retail - Epworth

Asking Price: £295,000
Turnover:  £452,272
Location: Yorkshire and the Humber

Quality location in unspoilt tourist town close to several key centres. Attractive semi-rural location yet convenient for East Coast Line. Highly visible property at the centre of the town. Well fitted store with quality shop fit. ..

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Local information: South Yorkshire, Yorkshire and the Humber

South Yorkshire is a metropolitan county in the Yorkshire and the Humber region of England, with a population of 1.29million. It is landlocked, and lies on the east side of the Pennine mountain range. Although the county council was abolished in 1986, South Yorkshire remains a metropolitan and ceremonial county with a Lord Lieutenant of South Yorkshire and a High Sheriff.

The Sheffield Urban Area is the sixth most populous conurbation in England, and dominates the western half of South Yorkshire with over half of the county's population living within it. The Sheffield City Region encompasses South Yorkshire and parts of neighbouring Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.

The main settlements of South Yorkshire grew up around the mining and steel industries. The rivers running off the Pennines supported the steel industry concentrated in the city of Sheffield. The proximity of the iron and coal also made this an ideal place for steel manufacture.