Our team has a fantastic knowledge of campaigns from across the Dales, over to Doncaster and up towards Darlington.
Primesight delivers amazing local and regional value in cities such as Leeds, Bradford, Sheffield, Hull and throughout Yorkshire. With locations like these it’s no wonder we’re top of the peak for billboards in the UK.
Browse through our sites below or call our central hub on 0141 473 3034 to be re-directed to our Yorkshire team to tell us about your business needs.
Technically the UK’s second largest city and metropolitan area, Leeds is home to over 800,000 residents.
The unofficial capital of Yorkshire, Leeds has a booming economy that has seen growth of 40% over the past decade. Home to the headquarters of many financial services firms (including HSBC, Direct Line, and HBOS), Leeds’ position as the second centre for banking services is bolstered by growth in new industries such as health & innovation, retail and media; all fuelled by a steady supply of talent from the city’s three universities.
Leeds is also a cultural hotspot, home to author Alan Bennett and artist Damien Hirst, and an array of top-class museums and galleries including the Leeds City Museum and the Royal Armouries. Whether it’s a foodie fix at Trinity Kitchen, retail therapy at Trinity Leeds or Victoria Gate, or a gig at the first direct arena Europe’s first ‘super-theatre’, Leeds has something for everyone.Click here to find billboards near you >
With a population of nearly 580,000, Sheffield is one of England’s eight largest regional cities making up the Core Cities Group.
Steeped in a rich industrial heritage, Sheffield - situated beside the Peak District National Park – is rightly proud of the inventions, heavy industry and craftmanship that made ‘Made in Sheffield’ a protected trademark. Contemporary attractions such as the Millennium Gallery and Kelham Island Museum sit proudly alongside arts and entertainment venues like the Crucible, the Lyceum, the Leadmill and the Winter & Botanical Gardens. The birthplace of the craft beer revolution, Sheffield is also home to several quirky shopping districts as well as the huge indoor shopping centre, Meadowhall.
Today, steel-making has given way to Sheffield’s position as a specialist in Aerospace, Automotive and Rail – with McLaren and Boeing boasting operations here – as well as a growing focus on the healthcare, technology, digital and nuclear sectors.Click here to find billboards near you >
Hull is Yorkshire’s maritime city with over 260,000 residents enjoying the outlook across the Humber Estuary.
As 2017’s UK City of Culture, Hull continues to draw world-class events, exhibitions and festivals. The city’s impressive array of venues including the Hull New Theatre, Hull City Hall, Hull Truck Theatre and Hull Venue and boasts visitor attractions that include The Deep aquarium, The Ferens Art Gallery and the historic Museums Quarter. Locals can eat out in the city’s vibrant Fruit Market and Avenues, grab a drink in the pubs of the Old Town or shop ‘til they drop at St Stephens, Princes Quay or the North Point Shopping Centre.
Hull’s location means ports & logistics are at the forefront of the city’s economy, with the renewable energy sector taking advantage of the city’s position in the UK’s Energy Estuary. Burgeoning sectors include digital & creative, research & development and leisure, tourism & retail.Click here to find billboards near you >
Home to over 530,000 residents, the metropolitan area of the City of Bradford encapsulates its namesake city and many other towns such as Keighley, Shipley and Bingley.
Bradford has built a reputation for its thriving cultural scene, having been named the first UNESCO City of Film and is widely known for its National Media Museum and the UK’s first IMAX cinema. While arts’ lovers can take in the Alhambra theatre or St George’s Hall, Bradford also caters for food lovers - having been named the UK’s Curry Capital for the past five years – and the keen shopper, with the brand-new retail centre ‘The Broadway’ complementing North Parade’s independent shopping scene.
While Bradford’s economy is fuelled by its Financial and Professional Services Sector – thanks to global institutions like Provident Financial and Santander – the city is also home to almost 1,100 businesses in flourishing industries like software, publishing and digital entertainment.Click here to find billboards near you >
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