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Over £133m has been committed by Linden Homes to improving local communities since 2010.
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With a young educated population, thriving local industries, international investment and a buzzing social scene, it's no wonder people want to move to Southampton. The largest city in Hampshire also boasts the best shopping on the south coast and one of the warmest climates in the UK.
Regeneration, along with national and international investment has transformed Southampton from a city relying solely on its port in the mid 1990s to one that offers a diverse range of jobs in both the public and private sectors. Southampton is a major contributor to the UK's economy and both wealth and job availability has steadily risen since 1995.
Culture and sport
Whether it's theatre or sport that floats your boat, you won't be disappointed in Southampton. The Mayflower Theatre is a regular stop for all the major West End theatre productions and The Rose Bowl is home to Hampshire County Cricket Club. Plus, if you are into sailing the recently renovated Ocean Village Marina is the base for the Royal Southampton Yacht Club.
Southampton's transport links are amongst the best in the country. There is the port, the M27, M3 and M25 motorways as well as rail links into London, Brighton, Bristol and Cardiff whilst flights from Southampton airport can whisk you away to most regions of the UK and Europe.