Businesses for sale in Leeds

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Chinese Takeaway - Leeds

Chinese Takeaway & large 6 bedroomed residential property, Leeds, West Yorkshire Turnover: £60,000 per annum Retirement Sale Freehold: £410,000 + SAV Ref: P5965

Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire, England

For sale under: Chinese Takeaways, Takeaways (Other)

  • F/H Price
  • £410,000
  • Price Reduced
  • Annual T/O
  • £60,015
Trader & Collections Of Stamps - Leeds

Trader & Collections Of Stamps Leeds, West Yorkshire Turnover: £92,000 per annum Lock Up Premises Established since 1971 Retirement Sale Leasehold: £89,995 + SAV Ref: P5966

Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire, England

For sale under: Craft Shops, Model Shops

  • L/H Price
  • £89,995
  • Annual T/O
  • £92,224
Used Car Dealership - Leeds

Used Car Dealership Leeds, West Yorkshire Turnover: £907,000 per annum Lock Up Premises Leasehold: £199,995 + SAV Ref: P6042

Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire, England

For sale under: Car Dealerships

  • L/H Price
  • £199,995
  • Annual T/O
  • £907,375
CAFE - Leeds

CAFÉ busy local shopping centre, SWARCLIFFE, LEEDS taking £2,500 weekly with gross profits 60%, a rare opportunity not to be missed, superbly fitted and equipped throughout, considered exceptional value at current asking price – REF: P6306

Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire, England

For sale under: Cafes

  • L/H Price
  • £85,000
  • Annual T/O
  • £130,000

Buying a business in Leeds: The Basics

Home to over 750,000 residents, Leeds is the third largest city in the United Kingdom, and one of the most popular shopping destinations in the North.

Much of the economy in Leeds is led by “white collar” jobs. The services industry has overtaken the traditional manufacturing industries over the years, and now the legal and financial services industries in Leeds are very strong employers. A lot of the local businesses cater to the tastes of these service industry workers – bars, clubs and restaurants in the city centre have become increasingly metropolitan over the past few decades. 

Employment in Leeds is very strong – the employment rate is higher than most other urban centres in the UK, and the cost of living is lower than many other cities. Disposable incomes, as a result, have sustained thousands of small businesses in Leeds throughout the past few years.

When considering the purchase of a business in Leeds, you should always check that the business will remain compliant with local property zoning rules. More information on local business legislation, including information on business rates, can be found on the Leeds City Council website.