Birmingham is currently attracting billions of investment into commercial and residential space, and also infrastructure projects.
Businesses such as HSBC and Deutsche Bank are choosing to relocate their headquarter offices to the city and Birmingham will also be hosting the 2022 Commonwealth Games showing its global appeal.Birmingham has developed the largest professional services hub outside of London, demanding the attention of both domestic and foreign investors.
Birmingham’s position at the heart of England makes it the most connected city in the UK, with all major cities, currently reachable within less than four hours via road, rail or air. This greatly influences the city’s ever-growing attraction as a hotspot for business and manufacturing, supporting the city’s continued economical success. Birmingham’s population grew by over 100,000 between 2006 and 2016. By 2039, the population is predicted to rise again by 171,000, leaving a total population of 1.3 million. With the demand for quality city centre living remaining high, residential under supply is a very real threat which creates a more competitive market for any property that is available.