The city of Bradford in West Yorkshire, part of the metropolitan borough of Bradford, is one of the largest urban conurbations in the country, with a population of approximately 1.5 million. The city we see today was founded on wealth that came from involvement in the wool trade, and by the early 19th century, Bradford had established itself as the wool capital of the world. At its height, there were over 200 mill chimneys visible on the Bradford skyline. Now, only remnants of the textile trade remain and Bradford today is home to the head offices of a number of major national companies, including Morrisons, the Yorkshire Building Society, Provident Financial and Bradford University – home to almost 12,000 students and one of the city’s biggest employers. Enterprise has three branches in Bradford: they are situated on Queens Road, Sticker Lane and Conor Worth Way.