Why Choose Aylesbury?
Why do people move to Aylesbury? A question that is often asked one that is quite simple to answer – it has a lot to offer.
From world-renowned schools, to excellent sporting facilities, to a wide range of shops and retail parks and, of course, international companies who are based in, and around, the town.
Aylesbury is also, logistically, ideally positioned for people who commute to work, whether by road or rail. The A41, which splits the town gives you access to the A34/M40 or, in the other direction, the M25/M1 while trains run from Aylesbury Station and Aylesbury Parkway to Birmingham and into London Marylebone. Going north the A413 or A418 takes you to Milton Keynes and Buckingham, while going south the A418 takes you to Haddenham Parkway and the market town of Thame.
Another good reason that people choose Aylesbury is the diversity of cultures. Aylesbury is a multi-cultural and multi-racial town that welcomes people from all walks of life.
In the town centre, there are individual markets four days of the week. On Tuesdays you will find traditional market stalls, while on Wednesdays it is a food market, with food from a wide range of countries on offer, both hot and cold (makes for great lunchtimes), then on Thursdays and Saturdays it is a mix of your traditional market stalls coupled with some that are slightly more exotic.
Aylesbury Town Centre has two shopping malls, Hale Leys and Friars Square, a vibrant High Street and two retail parks, Broadfields to the west and Cambridge on the outskirts to the north.
So whatever you need in a town, Aylesbury probably has it and with its growth will come more amenities that will appeal to the widest of audiences.