New images have been released of the £100 million mixed-use development on the edge of the Jewellery quarter in Birmingham City Centre. To be known as Great Charles Place, the development will be Birmingham’s first private rented sector (PRS) scheme.
You might be thinking about moving to Telford and wondering how living in this town is. Our estate agents in Telford can tell you a few things about life in this area and the advantages of buying a house there.
A bit of history and demography of Telford
The town was founded in 1963 and named after engineer Thomas Telford, who was in charge of many rail projects in Shropshire. New residents came from Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Dudley and Walsall in the 1960’s and 1970’s, being those decades when major housing and commercial development occurred. In the latest years the shopping centre has been regenerated by new coffee shops, pubs and shops, a cinema and a bowling arcade.
When analysing the results from its latest Housing Futures survey, leading estate agent Strutt & Parker looked at the differing answers supplied by each sex.