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Living & Working in Swindon

So why choose to live and work in Swindon?

Well for a start, unemployment levels are one of the lowest in the country and according to recent reports, statistics show that Swindon's economy has outperformed the rest of the UK for a significant amount of time now.

Swindon's stigma as a highly sought after place to live and work has been further boasted by a £350 million investment to improve the town's leisure and retail facilities. The regeneration of the town centre is set to reclaim Swindon's title as one of the fastest growing towns in Europe and to cope with demand 40,000 new homes are set for construction over the next 15 years.

With the M4 at its doorstep, Swindon is easily accessible to London, Bristol, Reading and Cardiff, as well as many other major destinations, making it an ideal location for professionals who regularly have to travel in and out of town for work purposes.

This is also a nice place for many students, especially in times when education went remote. Both diligent ones who do everything themselves and more carefree people willing to buy essay paper from time to time - Swindon is a home for all. Below you will find the reasons why so many people pick this particular place to live in. We'll also cover some arising issues.

Whether you're looking for a place to work remotely or somewhere good to entertain a client Swindon has countless restaurants, cafes and bars serving a selection of great food and drinks.

Huge organisations such as Honda, Intel, First Great Western and of course Nationwide have all made Swindon their home and thanks to the strong local economy and productive work force that the town offers, have thrived.

Local facilities include the Wyvern Theatre, the Arts Centre, The Link Centre in West Swindon and The Oasis, as well as several golf courses and gyms including David Lloyd and a large number of sports teams and clubs plus two multi-screen cinemas and plenty of shopping destinations, ranging from The Brunel to the Swindon Designer Outlet.

The town's fantastic road and rail links make it ideal for commuting, giving businesses access to a wider labour force from areas such as Bristol, Bath and Reading, all within an hour’s drive or train ride.

Ultimately Swindon is an economically resilient town and that’s why it is ranked among one of the top 10 highly innovative areas in the UK.

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