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Welcome to Durham, an ancient city in the North East of England, just three hours by train from London, and less than two from Edinburgh.

Discover breath-taking scenery, award-winning attractions, and world-class exhibitions. The heritage seeps from the walls of this historic city, meaning there is always a new place to explore.

With a range of career opportunities, prestigious universities, good and outstanding OFSTED rated schools to choose from, Durham is the perfect place for both professionals and families to settle down.

Visit our developments in Durham and find your new home.

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Living in Durham

All of this, right on your doorstep

Things to do

You won’t be short of things to do in Durham, with plenty of sights to see, family-friendly activities and attractions on offer.

Durham City is home to the majestic Durham Cathedral. Together with Durham Castle, this UNESCO World Heritage Site forms one of the most stunning city views in Europe.

Step back in time at fascinating heritage attractions including Beamish, the Living Museum of the North, and see history come to life at Kynren, the open-air spectacular that takes place in Bishop Auckland each year in the summer.

Seek out hidden gems in market towns and villages in the Durham Dales, relax and enjoy peace and tranquility on the Durham Coast, or get outdoors and active with walking and cycling routes with unbelievable views across the county.


From Durham City to the Durham Dales, soak up all this stunning county has to offer as you enjoy a little retail therapy.

Wander through the historic streets of Durham City, where you will find high street favourites rubbing shoulders with small independent boutiques all in the shadow of the Durham Cathedral and Castle.

Looking for a bargain? Take a trip to Dalton Park, the biggest outlet shopping centre in the region.

Durham’s market towns including Bishop Auckland and Chester-le-Street in the Vale of Durham and Barnard Castle in the Durham Dales offer unique North Eastern charm. Browse through shops selling antiques, locally made art and food.


Durham offers services to London, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Bristol, and other major cities in the UK.

Sitting near the AI(M) means great links to the North and South and with major A roads running close by, travelling by car for business or pleasure is simple and fuss-free.

For those wanting to travel further afield, Durham Tees Valley and Newcastle International airports are less than an hour away by car.


Enjoy great food and drink under Durham Cathedral or relax and watch the world go by in one of the city’s many coffee shops. Enjoy delicious locally sourced food whilst taking in the breathtaking views of the Durham Dales.

Durham offers some amazing places to eat and drink, whether you want a night out in the city or a family lunch in the surrounding areas, you will be spoilt for choice.

As the birthplace of English mustard, the county still houses innovative local producers, including cheese makers, farmers, bakers, butchers, and brewers.

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