4,057 additional dwellings are required every year until 2026 in order to meet projected demand.
Largest economy outside of London at 25.3 billion and is growing at a rapid pace.
16.5% increase in rental prices forecast between 2018 and 2022.
HS2 will mean it will only take 38 minutes to get into London.
20.5% increase in house prices forecast between 2018 and 2022.
Population of 1.1 million people.
Birmingham is the most populous city in the UK after London and its continuing growth and development is nothing short of predominant when considering the progressive impact it has on the British 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 the world’s most famous chocolatier – Cadburys – since the early 19th century and boasting Europe’s largest motorway junction making travel in, around and out of the city greatly efficient. Firsts for the city of Birmingham 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.
A POPULOUS CITY WITH EXPONENTIAL POTENTIAL
HSBC, Deutsche Bank and PWC are all relocating their headquarters to the city.
2022 will see Birmingham host the Commonwealth Games, cementing its Global appeal.
Birmingham has been confirmed as Europes youngest City. A whopping 45.7% of its population is under 30!
Birmingham is home to HS2 HQ and this will bring in 1500 new jobs and provide a huge boost to the already booming economy.
8 universities and world-class research institutions produce 52,000 graduates annually with a 49% graduate retention rate meaning almost 1 in 2 students stay and work in Birmingham.