Birmingham is essentially the UK’s second city, behind London. It is the second largest city, the second largest populated, the second largest centre of higher education and many more statistics sitting behind London. Birmingham was also voted the third best place to shop behind London and Glasgow.

Birmingham was a medium-sized market town during the medieval period, however grew at an astonishing rate during the industrial revolution. The city grew to prominence as a manufacturing and engineering centre. Today, Birmingham is a commercial centre, regarded a Beta- world city by Globalization and World Cities Research Network. Now the city’s economy is dominated by the service sector.

Why Invest

City Population 1.1m
40% under 25 makes EU Youngest City
65,000 students in three major universities
484,000 workforce across a wide range of sectors

Future HS2 London to Birmingham reduce to 43 mins
Quality of Life Ranked 52 in the World
100 Destinations direct access from Birmingham airport (9 Minute train from city centre)

Snow Hill station Plan create 10,000 jobs
£500 million Smithfield project
£750 million Redeveloped New Street Station
Average housing price at £168,046 , 6.12% average property price growth rate in 2015 (Zoopla)


  • Honduras Wharf, Birmingham
    • Great location in Birmingham
      Price starts from £ 137,500
      Expected 5%~6% net rental return

  • Park Central , Birmingham
    • 1 Bed apartment with Garden view
      Price starts from £124,995
      Expected 4.5% net rental income