Commercial Properties Directory

Commercial property in England

England is the largest country of the UK with many counties and cities that are ideal for finding a commercial property. If you wish to find a commercial property in the North West of England, the Midlands or the South West, Commercial People has a great choice when it comes to property, so check out our commercial properties directory.

Commercial property in Scotland

Scotland is located to the North of the UK with Edinburgh as the capital located in the North West of Scotland. Other major cities in Scotland are Aberdeen, Glasgow and Dundee, all of which have great transport links and thriving city centres, ideal for commercial property choices.

Commercial property in Wales

Wales, part of the United Kingdom, has a population of over three million. Landlocked by England on the West coast, Wales has much to offer in the commercial property market. With major cities including Bangor, Newport and the Cardiff capital, Commercial People can help you find what you are looking for with our commercial properties directory in Wales, whether you seek a city or town based property.


Locations in United Kingdom


Property types in United Kingdom

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  • Why Commercial People?

    Commercial properties available to purchase in United Kingdom.  We list commercial properties within all of the most popular towns and cities in the UK, ensuring you receive the best choice. Some of the more popular locations sought after from Commercial People in England are London, Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool. The most popular location in Scotland are Aberdeen and Edinburgh. In Wales, the most popular locations are Swansea and Cardiff. So whether you want a property in Scotland, England or Wales, Commercial People will help you find it.

    About United Kingdom

    The United Kingdom, made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, is an island nation in northwestern Europe. England. The United Kingdom is the 22nd-most populous country, with an estimated 64.5 million inhabitants. The United Kingdom has a partially regulated market economy and based on market exchange rates the United Kingdom is today the fifth-largest economy in the world and the second-largest in Europe after Germany. The Bank of England is the United Kingdom's central bank and is responsible for issuing notes and coins in the nation's currency, the pound sterling.