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Park Gate is a highly connected and desirable property development based just below the southern fringe of Birmingham City Centre. Access by car or transport in under 10 minutes, it also sits right at the junction of the High-Speed Railway 2 (HS2) taking only 30 minutes to commute to London once completed.

Comprising of 126 luxury studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments.

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Key Details

Starting From:

£125,000

Rental Yield:

6%

Luxury finish apartments

6% rental yields

£5000 reservation fee

30% on exchange

70% on completion

connectivity and transportation

Connectivity & Transport

Park Gate is a highly connected and desirable property development based just below the southern fringe of Birmingham City Centre. Living on the cities fringe access by car or transport to the City Centre is achievable in under 10 minutes!

  • Drive to Birmingham City Centre 10 minutes
  • Train to Birmingham City centre 10 minutes
  • Train into London presently 60 minutes, 30 minutes once HS2 completes
  • Travel to Birmingham Airport 5-10 minutes by car
  • Supermarkets, petrol stations and local shopping in under 2 minutes walk
  • Key employers National Exhibition Centre and Birmingham Business Park are all minutes drive away
employment and education

Employment & Education

The level of growth combined with strong commercial performance has been a huge influencing factor for accelerated growth in Birmingham City. The City has attracted billions of investments as well as global businesses such as HSBC, PWBC and Deutsche Bank providing around 9,500 new jobs for the City.

  • HSBC headquarters are located in Birmingham
  • HM Revenue & Customs will based here with more than 3,600 civil servant by 2020
  • Home to 4.3m people aged 26 – 65
  • UK’s largest business, financial and professional services hub outside of London
  • Birmingham are the hosts of the Commonwealth Games in 2022
  • £500m Smithfield Master Plan is underway with the council to create 3,000 new jobs
amenities

Amenities

With excellent transport links and situated within minutes of the brand new high-speed HS2 rail network, Park Gate offers investors an incomparable opportunity to invest in one of the UK’s fastest growing investment locations at an affordable price point.

  • The Urban Growth Company plans to transform Birmingham International Station into a major transport exchange, as part of its wider plans for The Hub in Solihull not far away.
  • The plan is to create a multi-modal transport exchange, bringing together HS2 high speed rail, existing rail, air, trams, buses, private vehicles, taxis and bicycles.
  • The seamless connections to Birmingham Airport, the NEC and the new HS2 Interchange Station by 2025 will make Park Gate highly desirable for professionals needing to commute frequently.

Property Location

Coventry Road
Birmingham, B26 3YU

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Why Buy to Let Property in Birmingham?

Birmingham is the most populous city in the UK after London and its continuing development is nothing short of predominant when considering the progressive impact it has on the economy. Highly regarded as state education pioneers in the late 19th century, the city has focused on making a positive contribution to society through its people. Now, in the 21st century with a growing population of over 1,000,000, Birmingham has rapidly become a central hub of industry, education and economic prosperity.

Birmingham is a well-known city around the globe for a multitude of reasons; including being the home to Cadburys since the early 19th century and boasting Europe’s largest motorway junction. Firsts for the city include introducing the world’s first exhibition hall in 1850 and Europe’s largest public library, alongside housing the production of the world’s first Mini Cooper and the invention of cotton wool, pneumatic tyres and the inaugural Spinning Jenney.

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job-creation

1.5% | Job Creation

Growth expected to expand by 1.5% a year between 2020 and 2023

growing-tourism

£7.1bn | Growing Tourism

The tourism economy is worth £7.1billion and growing

construction

4,057 | Construction

4,057 additional dwellings are required every year until 2026

population-growth

1.1 million | Population Growth

The population of Birmingham currently stands at 1.1 million people

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