Arden Gate, Top Capital Group’s next contemporary residential development, is located in a calm and tranquil area in the very heart of Birmingham city centre. It is just a few minutes’ walk from New Street Station, close to the luxury entertainment and shopping centres and the central business district, including the UK headquarters of Deutsche Bank and HSBC. Learn more about what to do, where to indulge and how to enjoy what the city has to offer within walking distance of Arden Gate.
With continued pressure on the housing supply and a vibrant rental market, Birmingham delivers a blend of above average yields and strong capital appreciation. What are the factors underlying these trends?
The Big City Plan, it is not merely a commercial make-over of Birmingham, but a complete redesign of the city centre urban planning. It is transforming what was an essentially working-class metropolis, crammed with factories, workshops and small terraced houses, into a spacious and gleaming centre of business, technology and modern living.
Illustrating Birmingham City Council’s recognition that enlightened education is essential to the city’s continuing development as a world-class centre of technology, services and knowledge, there are no fewer than 450 state schools in the metropolitan area.
Although Brexit has never been part of it, the exceptionally large investment that Birmingham’s Big City Plan entails in infrastructure and property development means that Birmingham has significant inbuilt protection from the worst effects of leaving the EU.
Due to the Big City Plan, New transport facilities, The Commonwealth Games and with youngest demographic profile in Europe, Birmingham is becoming a textbook case for property investment. Already, growth in house prices is well above the UK average and far exceeds that of London. Many observers expect prices to rise by nearly 25% over the next four years.
Birmingham continues to grow at a rate that has made it the UK’s premier investment location. BY ELIZABETH KERR
Strong with its past successes, Birmingham will continue to see a significant transformation to its cityscape. Modern, glass-clad offices have already mushroomed at areas like the Colmore Row Central Business District, Arena Central, as well as on various segments of prime real estate within the city center.
Birmingham submitted a stellar report card in 2017 and is looking set for an outstanding 2018 ahead. 2017 started out uncertain for Birmingham and for the whole of the UK. The country ended 2016 still reeling in shock from the results of the EU referendum,...
They say that education is important. Nowhere does it seem to ring more true than in Birmingham. Education is big in Birmingham – and we are not talking about its status in the city's social fabric (although it is held in high standing), but in economic...