Tynesbank
Manchester
M28 0SF

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Phil Spencer's Property Report

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Residents and Property Prices

Address Last sold Price Occupier info
Bridgeside, 5, Tynesbank, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M28 0SF View Details
Tynebank Works, 1-3, Tynesbank, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M28 0SF View Details
7, Tynesbank, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M28 0SF 30 Jan 2003 £105,000 View Details
5, Tynesbank, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M28 0SF 14 May 1997 £60,000 View Details
Tynesbank Old Farm, Tynesbank, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M28 0SF View Details
23, Tynesbank, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M28 0SF 21 Jan 2000 £70,100 View Details
Eastfield, 7, Tynesbank, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M28 0SF View Details
25, Tynesbank, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M28 0SF View Details
13, Tynesbank, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M28 0SF 13 Feb 2004 £115,000 View Details
27, Tynesbank, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M28 0SF 09 Feb 2007 £245,000 View Details

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Businesses in M28 0SF

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Mcon Ltd - IT Consultants

27, Tynesbank, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M28 0SF
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Tomkinson Homes Limited - Building Construction Contractors

Tynebank Works, 1-3, Tynesbank, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M28 0SF
T: 0161 790 5277
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Demographic Area Profile - CAMEO Summary

Area: M28 0SF
Area Type: Less Affluent Family Neighbourhoods

These well established neighbourhoods comprise of moderately priced semi-detached and terraced properties in small towns and suburbs. These are typically family areas although we do see some individuals living alone or co-habiting. Less affluent and less educated than those in the "Comfortable Mixed Tenure" group, these residents are either starting out in their careers, bringing in a single income to support a family household or merely working in lower paid positions. Their credit risk reflects the national average. They are frequent users of the internet and typically purchase from catalogues.