High Wycombe is an area in transition with various improvements, upgrades and developments in place. This extensive face lift for the area is a part of a 30 year long regeneration program set out by the council in 2007 for High Wycombe and the surrounding areas making the move to High Wycombe an excellent decision for those who wish to stay for now and those who wish to stay forever. What better place for landlords to buy investment properties than High Wycombe?
There has never been a better time to move to the High Wycombe area for education as it is still home to the highly acclaimed grammar school system, many fantastic primary and secondary schools, private institutions including Wycombe Abbey, Piper s Corner and also the recently rejuvenated Bucks New University. In 2009 the University was ranked by students as one of the best for courses and lecturers and has recently invested 100 million in a new state of the art complex known as The Gateway which won a Royal Institute of British Architects award in 2010 complete with excellent gym facilities which are open to the public.
For those London-bound commuters High Wycombe couldn t be more perfectly situated on the Chiltern Rail line which takes you direct to London Marylebone with services now running as fast as 27 minutes to London. By car the London commute is also made simple by convenient access to Junction 4 of the M40 which also runs northbound to Oxford. Other important roads that flow through High Wycombe are the A404 (Maidenhead and Amersham), A4010 (to Aylesbury) and the A40 (Beaconsfield). The new bus station with Arriva and Carousel also serves High Wycombe and the surrounding areas very well so public transport is never an issue. In addition, jetting off to foreign and strange lands has never been simpler than with the Oxford to London Heathrow coach which conveniently stops off in High Wycombe.
Despite its brilliant transport links, Wycombe is still very much countrified with the gorgeous Chiltern Hills just a stone s throw away. In fact there are many traditional cosy country pubs around the area in which you can settle down in the coming chilly winter evenings with friends or a brew or two. In and around Wycombe there are a multitude of bars and restaurants waiting for you to try. For the night owls amongst us, the Wycombe Swan theatre hosts a variety of different spectacles, shows and comedy stand-up and of course the much-anticipated annual Christmas Pantomime in the lead up to Christmas. However if theatre doesn t appeal, the bowling and cinema multiplex or Pure nightclub should be enough to keep you occupied through the winter.
In short, High Wycombe, or as it s known to the locals, Wycombe, and Its surroundings has something to offer to everyone who makes the decision to relocate here and yet if by chance it is missing something you can be sure that it won t be far away.