The Red Rose Centre is currently in a poor state. With this purchase, the Council has an opportunity to regenerate the town centre. Our estate agents in Sutton Coldfield welcome this initiative. Continue reading
The West Midlands city has been named the 44th best city for students by data experts QS, where London is the best city in UK with the 5th position. It was also recognized as ‘University of the Year 2015’ by the Times Higher Education Magazine.
The University of Coventry is the pride of its city. It has recently made a huge investment to improve facilities for both staff and students. In the Times Higher Education (THE) Awards it was appraised for its focus in research and learning centred in students and its efforts to make higher education more affordable and accessible. Continue reading
As it has every year for over a decade, Birmingham city centre becomes the place to enjoy traditional German food and lovely hand-crafted items.. Continue reading
This hugely popular £200 million development by the ExtraCare opened its doors recently. The programme to house 300 residents from Bournville.
Bournville Gardens Village is one of several programmes that have been delivered in Birmingham, with one more scheduled for 2017. It will see up to 1,152 purpose built homes. The objective is to improve the quality of life for the ageing population in the Midlands and promote a healthier and more independent lifestyle.
The purpose-built and highly thought out villages include stores, IT suites, libraries, tea shops, hairdressing parlours/ salons, fitness suites, and of course landscaped gardens.
Our estate agents in Bournville are a widely experienced team of experts, who will accurately appraise your property based on current area trends and selling statistics.
A recent analysis conducted by a local university advises that these villages benefit UK’s economy as well as providing local employment.
These villages are considered a model of good practice in other parts of the country because it is an integrated approach to cover older people’s needs in housing and health care.
For further information about Bournville Gardens, follow this link: http://www.extracare.org.uk/bournville-gardens
Also, if you need any other information about other such like schemes in Bournville or Edgbaston, please contact us, as we are local experts in this sector.
Bournville Gardens, 49 Bristol Road South, Birmingham, B31 2FR
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