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Channel Islands

Just off the Normandy coast, the Channel Islands are comprised of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm, and are a short distance away from Britain and mainland Europe.


Midlands economy is growing at a 50% faster rate than the UK average. It covers key areas such as Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Nottingham, Leicester and Derby.

North East

North East consists of 3 cities: Newcastle, Sunderland and Durham. It has the second highest proportion of luxury car dealerships in comparison to millionaires. (source: Barclays Wealth Report 2011)

North West

The North West consists of Cheshire, Cumbria, Lancashire, Manchester and Merseyside. It is the UK’s capital for luxury shopping, driven by entrepreneurial wealth. Those with new wealth enjoy rewarding their successes and use “brands to identify and self-express.” (source: Barclays Wealth Report 2011)

South East

South East (including London) is the most populous,and weathiest, of English regions. London and the South East, including Bicester and Cambridge, have a large base of wealthy consumers interested in luxury shopping. (source: Barclays Wealth Report 2011)

South West

This region has a population of approximately 5m and includes the counties of Gloucestershire, Bristol, Wiltshire, Somerset, Dorset, Devon, Cornwall and the Isle of Scilly. The region has a high proportion of well-known fine dining establishments. Bristol, in particular, continues to be an important economic hub, with the wealthy enjoying large living spaces and an easy commute to work.


Monmouthshire, Cardiff and the Vale are the wealthiest areas in Wales. Cardiff is undergoing major regeneration and growing quickly as a centre for white-collar professions