The Investment Room is restoring and converting Campbell House in Bradford into 52 student pods.
The property is situated fronting onto Sunbridge Road, on the north-western periphery of Bradford city centre.
Nearby to the south is the University of Bradford Campus, including The Green Sustainable
Student Village and Bradford College Campus. You will also find Listerhills Science Park to the south
of the development, and Fieldhead Business Centre to the west.
Fully completed & tenanted
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The proposed apartments start at £49,000 and come with an assured NET return of 8.5% for three years following completion. Accommodation plans comprise modern living/bedroom pods with en-suite shower room. The development will also create communal common rooms, games rooms and large kitchen/dining areas throughout the building.
Beautifully crafted interiors, expertly appointed to suit any lifestyle.
All of the stunning apartments provide readyto-
move-in living space that will suit those looking for spacious and well-appointed living, with easy access to Bradford city centre and the surrounding area.
All apartments in Campbell House are spacious, with the clever use of natural and electrical lighting, the apartments are light and airy, providing truly special homes.
Large glazed windows and pre-installed connections for TV. Double bedroom area with ceiling light point. Wallmounted heater.
Tiled shower cubical with wall-mounted shower, low level WC and pedestal hand wash basin. Recess lighting, laminate floor and extractor fan.
The local area
A 10-year plan to drive forward regeneration in Bradford city centre has been unveiled by Council bosses. A new film production hub for the city, better road and rail links and the reinvention of the Thornton Road university and college area are all on the cards over the next decade.
The Bradford City Plan also brings together much publicised plans for a redeveloped Odeon, a refurbished St Georges Hall, a new city-centre pool and a retail academy.
The city centre will be maintained to the highest standards, with more privately run and commercially sponsored events and facilities. But, with public sector funds shrinking, the plan stresses the important role the private sector will play in making it all happen.
Bradford Council leader David Green said: We need a City Plan as whilst the Council will continue to have an important leadership and regulatory role in many of the projects, it is likely that an increasing number will be delivered through partners and the private sector as public sector funding reduces.
It is a 10-year plan and it will be adapted as progress is made.
The plan will concentrate on five key locations: the independent quarter at the top of town, the Forster Square and cathedral area, Thornton Roads learning quarter, City Parks business and culture cluster and the city centre retail and leisure area.
It highlights the need to find new uses for vacant buildings, including bringing older buildings back into use as well as revitalising the high street and building new homes.
The plan was drawn up by the council with help from organisations such as Bradford College, the University of Bradford, transport authority Metro and lobbying and networking groups Bradford Breakthrough and Bradford Matters.
During the 3 year period, the buyer doesnt incur any running costs of ground rent, service charges or lettings fees and the property will be fully managed by the developers affiliated lettings company who are also ideally based on-site at Campbell House. Furthermore, should an investor choose to use the recommended letting agent, free Wifi and bills are also factored into the management of the property, ideal for both the resident and investor.
These en-suite apartments come fully furnished inclusive of the price and development itself is perfectly suited to the student market with Bradford University being within walking distance.