Birmingham Is A City Of Transformations
Birmingham’s framework of six economic growth zones will attract £1.5 billion investment programme generating some 1.8 millon square metres of new floor space and create around 50,000 new jobs.
Additional economic output generated by HS2
Capital growth in the last 10 years
Investment for the 2022 Commonwealth Games
20 years regeneration for Birmingham City Centre
Parks & Leisure
This city is actually greener than you might think. The Greater Birmingham area has protected over 8,000 acres of some of the finest parkland in the UK.
Maintaining these pockets of the natural environment offers a huge benefit to the urban area creating exciting places to socialise, relax and interact with nature a stone’s throw from the bustle of city living.
The Heartbeat of Culture
The second largest city in the UK, Birmingham is the beating heart of the country.
A hotbed of culture, this is a city that is packed with history, arts and creativity. Its rich industrial past can be felt throughout the area with its world-class architecture and intricate network of canals.
The Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery (BMAG), located on Chamberlain Square, is home to 40 galleries where you can explore significant art, social history, archaeology and ethnography.
Eat Drink & Be Merry
Whether you’re a fanatical foodie out for fine dining or looking for a quick fix to carry on exploring, Birmingham is never out of options. The city is home to restaurants serving over 27 different cuisines from around the world, as well as a variety of cocktail bars. Birmingham is also very privileged to host five Michelin-starred restaurants right on its doorstep, in fact the city has more than any other UK city outside of London. Ranging from the high-profile Purnells the world-renowned Adams, the city boasts something for everyone’s taste buds.