York is a cathedral city and unitary authority area, at the confluence of the rivers Ouse and Foss, in England. The city has long-standing buildings and structures, such as a minster, castle and ancient city walls.
The city is in ceremonial North Yorkshire and a non-constituent member of the Leeds city region.
The population of York is currently estimated to be 209,900. At the time of the last census (2011) the population of York was 198,051 with 83,552 households. In the last ten years leading to 2011 the population of York had grown at a faster rate than the region and than England as a whole.
House prices in York have soared in the past year – with first time buyers spending an average of £24,000 more on buying a home than they were 12 months ago.
Property prices across the city have risen by an average of 11.4 per cent since April 2020.
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York | Facts & Figures
UK's Fastest Growing Economy
Worth of goods and services produced in York alone
Economic growth projected on average each year for the next 15 years
York welcomes 7 million tourists each year
Less than 2 hours to Central London
Local business driving the economy, the most resilient economy in the North and growing year on year
Surge in demand for York homes makes it Britain's top property hotspot – fueling spike in house prices
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