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Birmingham lines up post-Brexit housing plan, with help from its friends in China
September 27, 2016Article by Chelsea Battle
The youngest city in Europe, with 50 per cent of its population under the age of 30, Birmingham is a city full of drive, ambition and entrepreneurialism. This is already clear from the city’s booming life science, creative and tech industries.
With a booming population, Birmingham is an attractive city to live and work in. Birmingham City Council leader, John Clancy sees Chinese interest in Birmingham as a key means by which the city will secure its economy.
Property Frontiers’ latest Birmingham development, The Divine Collection, has piqued the interest of Chinese investors. So far, 50 per cent of Property Frontiers’ apartments in the building have been reserved by Chinese buyers. Priced from £165,000, apartments offer buy-to-let investors the best that the development has to offer – a 483 sqm roof terrace with city views in the heart of Digbeth, Birmingham’s most on-trend location.