Birmingham really is the place to be!

31st January 2019

The UK’s second city has much to offer and shows signs of ever increasing prosperity.

If you ever needed proof, take a look at the growing number of billionaires residing in Birmingham and Staffordshire. Many of these big earners are involved with the City’s football clubs. The richest man in Birmingham currently is Egyptian businessman Nassef Sawiris who has interests in Construction, telecoms and tourism as well as being a large stakeholder in Aston Villa F.C. Other major investors in Football include Wes Edens a fellow investor in Villa, Guo Guangchang, billionaire owner of Wolverhampton Wanderers and Guochuan Lai, West Bromwich Albion owner.¬†Outside the sporting arena, other members of the Billionaire club include John Bloor, the owner of Bloor homes and Triumph Motorcycles, John Caudwell of Phones4U, Lord Swraj Paul of Marylebone, chairman of the Caparo Group, Jacques Gaston Murray of Wolverhampton air conditioning business Andrew Sykes Group and Lord Edmiston who’s IM Group offices are currently relocating to Solihull.

Be a part of the growing Birmingham economy

While the riches enjoyed by the elite few are just a dream to most people it is clear that Birmingham is going places and is a great place to live and start a career. Our portfolio of properties in the City is wide and varied and includes popular locations such as the new Allegro development at Exchange Square, the Hive at Masshouse Plaza, St. Pauls Place and the Millenium apartments, Newhall St.

If you live, work or study in Birmingham we have the right place for you so get in touch today!

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