Birmingham’s Southside District may be known for the Chinese Quarter and the Gay Village, but its proximity to the top schools in the city centre helps raise its economic profile as a residential property investment hotspot. The Southside District is Birmingham’s ...

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Southside Birmingham's shops and leisure centres benefited from the 2022 Commonwealth Games. However, there is still much work to be done to help its economy grow. And the district is doing this by improving economic conditions and regeneration. Remember: it's ...

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Birmingham owes the success of the 2022 Commonwealth Games to its thousands of volunteers, transport links, and the Southside. After hosting the Games, Birmingham is looking to transform the inward interest generated into long-term, sustainable economic progress. And things are ...

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At 5%, Birmingham’s unemployment rate is considered one of the highest in the UK—and that’s before the Covid-19 pandemic and restrictions happened and despite the creation of new jobs in the West Midlands! Then the absolute worst thing happened: the Covid-19 ...

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The Covid-19 pandemic wounded the UK deeply. For cities like Birmingham, the cost is counted in lives affected and fortunes lost, a stricken economy, and a silenced city. This experience is at its worst in the quarter that relies heavily ...

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