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Abbey Rose, Birmingham

Birmingham, West Midlands Combined Authority, West Midlands, England, United Kingdom





The Brasshouse Building, Birmingham City Centre – £340/ pcm

Sheepcote Street, Ladywood, Birmingham, West Midlands Combined Authority, West Midlands, England, B16, United Kingdom

Beds: 3Baths: 9

Commercial, Rooms


Beds: 3Baths: 9

Commercial, Rooms

Living As a Property Guardian In Birmingham

Birmingham is one of the most exciting and vibrant cities in the United Kingdom, but it is also a great place to work and reside. As the UK’s second-largest city, Birmingham also holds the largest general population next to London. Located in the West Midlands area of England, Birmingham’s growing population of 1.4 million means that it is now one of the major international commercial centres.

With a growing GDP of £65 billion, the economy in Birmingham is the second largest in the UK and the 72nd largest across the globe. This is only one of the various reasons why it makes perfect sense to set up commercial services in this city. It can become difficult to find cheap apartments in Birmingham, so our property guardian services are ideal.

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Birmingham Canal

In addition to the good economic options, Birmingham also houses two university colleges and three universities making it the largest higher education centre outside of London. It is also one of the most esteemed UK cities featuring the Birmingham Royal Ballet, and the Barber Institute of Fine Arts within the city limits.

The majority of Britain’s most well-known and beloved companies and brands have headquarters located in Birmingham. For instance, the Austin Mini was manufactured in Birmingham, as was Cadbury products and HP Sauce.

Further attractions to Birmingham include the Bullring shopping centre, the Birmingham NEC Arena and the Birmingham Think-Tank science museum; as well as a plethora of restaurants and bars along Broad Street which are popular when entertaining executives and customers from outside of Birmingham.

Local Transport Information

Tenants with properties or offices in Birmingham have some of the most reliable transport links in the UK with various public transport options. Trams, buses, trains and airports are all available, and plentiful in supply; therefore, ensuring that you are well-connected when travelling to and from Birmingham.

By Car

Birmingham is serviced by various motorways including the M42, the M5 and the M6, and allowing access to the M1. The city’s roads, trams, canals and train connections make Birmingham one of the major transport hubs in Britain used by millions of individuals each day.

By Train

Birmingham presents three mainline over-ground train stations. The city’s primary railway station, Birmingham New Street, is statistically the busiest station in the UK outside of London and is utilised by over 40 million people each year.

Birmingham Snow Hill station is another major railway station located in Birmingham city centre. This station acts as a terminus for the Midland Metro which operates between Birmingham Snow Hill and Wolverhampton, stopping at the nearby towns of West Bromwich, Wednesbury and Bilston.

The third train station in Birmingham city centre is Birmingham Moor Street. This station became the third main line station in 2011 providing passengers’ access to an express train directly to London Marylebone station.

By Air

Birmingham Airport Code: BHX

Distance from central Birmingham: 6 miles (9.5km)

Travel Times to Other Cities


  • Birmingham to London – 2h 30mins (via M40)
  • Birmingham to Manchester – 2h 20mins (via M6)
  • Birmingham to Liverpool – 2h 30mins (via M6)
  • Birmingham to Bristol – 1h 39mins (via M5)


  • Birmingham to London – 1h 30mins
  • Birmingham to Manchester – 1h 25mins
  • Birmingham to Liverpool – 1h 35mins
  • Birmingham to Bristol – 1h 25mins

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