Birmingham has emerged as one of Europe’s most popular investment hotspots and is recognised as the UK’s “Second City” due to its rising population and £24.8 Billion economy.
Birmingham is undergoing a world class transformation underpinned by “The Big City Plan” which will see the size of the city centre increase by 25%, creating 50,000 new jobs, 5,000 new homes and will contribute £2.1 billion to the economy each year.
The anticipated arrival of HS2 will connect Birmingham to London in less than 60 minutes, offering an attractive proposition for commuters and is already seen some of the UK’s top employers relocate their head offices to the city.
With demand for premium residential and commercial developments outstripping the supply, investors worldwide should take notice and consider Birmingham as a serious contender for the next buy to let investment.
The Smithfield Masterplan is a £500 million development over a 14 hectare site, will be transformed into a vibrant retail, leisure and residential destination.Will create 1000 new homes and is expected to create 3,000 new jobs adding £470 million GVA to the local economy.
Europes largest infrastructure project worth £56 billion is on track to land in Birmingham by 2026. Will see travel times reduced to 49 minutes between Birmingham and London. Is set to provide over 100,000 jobs.
£700 million project will see 1.8 million square foot of new grade A office space, retail, leisure and a 250 bedroom hotel in one of the most central parts of the city centre. Full project set for completion 2026.
The Birmingham Westside extension is the next phase and will be delivered in two phases. When complete the West Midlands Metro will operate between Grand Central in the centre to Hagley Road in Edgbaston.
Landmark development is the site of the new HSBC UK headquarters and in 2017 pre let an entire 240,000 sq ft building including the regional hub for HMRC.
Self financed £500 million investment, contributing £2.1 billion a year to the city and 34,000 jobs by 2033.
The council plan to create a new public space, parks and green roof spaces offering greenery in the city centre.
Home of key employers such as HSBC, Deutche Bank, PwC, BBC, National Express, Mondelez International and more.
£24.8 BILLION ECONOMY Currently the strongest economy in England outside of the City of London.
Birmingham’s position at the heart of England makes it the most connected city in the UK. Master Plan for Birmingham's international airport, will connect the city to the rest of the world.
Billions worth of regeneration across the city, which is headed by the HS2, Europe’s largest infrastructure project worth £56 billion.
The city has demonstrated its global appeal by becoming hosts to the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Thriving student population with top class universities - Young population with an excellent talent pool.