Your Move Nuneaton Local Area Guide

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Average property price in Nuneaton

Last 5 years
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Average rental price in Nuneaton

Last 12 months
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Why move to Nuneaton?

Nuneaton is the largest town in Warwickshire with a population of approximately 100,000 people and just 18 miles east of Birmingham, 16 miles from Leicester and 103 miles northwest of London.

With great shopping centres, an array of recreational facilities on offer, for all ages, as well as good transport links, it’s become a highly popular location to live and, being in the heart of England (as confirmed by The Royal Geological Survey and the Ordnance Survey) it’s also very unique.


Transport and travel

There’s easy access to the M6, M42 and M69 motorways from Nuneaton and two main railway stations; one in Nuneaton, which provides links into London and cross- country to Birmingham, the North West and also to Coventry via Bedworth, and the other called Bermuda Park. This links the town with Kenilworth and Leamington. There are also good local bus services within Nuneaton, which also run to Tamworth, Hinckley, Barwell and Leicester. The Coventry canal also passes through the town.


Parks and recreation

Being a national finalist in the Britain in Bloom content in the past, and normally hosting an annual Nuneaton Carnival, (the largest carnival in Warwickshire) Nuneaton ensures it makes itself as attractive, and interesting, as possible to residents and visitors alike.

Leisure centres include the Pingles Leisure Centre, which includes an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, dance studio and gym, The Pingles Stadium, which has a 4,000 capacity to host athletic competitions and football matches, and the Jubilee Sports Centre which, as well as being used by various sports, is host to major basketball and football matches. There is also the Etone Sports Centre which is the grounds of Etone School.

Residents can also enjoy visiting Abbey Theatre or the museum and art gallery, in the grounds of Riversley Park, where a statue in commemoration of the Nuneaton’s famous author George Eliot, can also be found.



There are a large number of junior and senior schools in and around Nuneaton and a number of further education colleges, including King Edward V1 College, North Warwickshire and Hinckley College, St Thomas More R.C. Sixth Form College, Etone Sixth Form College and Higham Lane Sixth Form College. The University of Warwick is the nearest University and can be found on the outskirts of nearby Coventry.


Restaurants and Shopping

The multimillion-pound Ropewalk shopping complex opened in 2005 and is popular for shoppers in Nuneaton and where locals can visit many of the bigger household brands that are situated there. There are also a number of smaller, local independents shops in and around Nuneaton as well as numerous cafes and restaurants to cater for all budgets.