Shared Ownership in Birmingham

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Local Properties in Birmingham

The vibrant, lively city of Birmingham is more than a match for London, it comes with one big bonus: it’s a more affordable option while still offering charm, culture, excellent schools, a well connected transport system and a great spot in which to set up home. The multi-cultural spot has a well-earned reputation for being friendly and with Michelin-starred restaurants, world-class entertainment and excellent shopping courtesy of the Bullring on your doorstep, there’s a lot of love about the city.

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About Birmingham

Widely known as the place that inspired Tolkein’s Lord of the Rings, Moseley is one of the most popular areas of Birmingham. Fans of Victorian architecture won’t be disappointed, and there are plenty of bars and cafes to entertain you, and green spaces to enjoy some family time. 

If you want to be located closer to the city centre, the famous Jewellery Quarter is a great choice. While you’ll be living in the heart of a thriving city, you’ll be pleased to hear it retains the feel of a smaller town, with a great community vibe and a network of independent shops and restaurants on your doorstep. This area is also responsible for producing around 40% of the entire UK’s jewellery production. But it’s not just eating and shopping, the area also has a handful of museums including the Pen Museum and Newman Brothers Coffin Works. 

Suburban living in the area is anything but boring. Popular spots include Shirley and Solihull – the transport links into the city are excellent, while you’ll be a stone’s throw from some of Birmingham’s nearly 600 parks and over 8,000 acres of open, green space.

Bournville – home of the nation’s favourite chocolate -and Edgbaston – home to the cricket ground with the same name – are two of Birmingham’s more affluent areas. 

At the other end of the scale but certainly no less desirable, we have Digbeth, selected by Hollywood director Steven Spielberg for the filming of sci-fi blockbuster, Ready Player One. Known as the creative quarter it’s a top spot for students with colourful street art, event spaces and industrial heritage. 

Finally, for families, Harborne is an excellent choice. The suburb has plenty of history, excellent schools and plenty of family-friendly outdoor areas to enjoy.

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Local amenities in Birmingham

Not unsurprisingly, for a city like Birmingham, residents will find a great selection of schools and education providers, excellent travel links and great amenities.


Families are fortunate that Birmingham has a wide range of schooling options. Within just an hour’s drive of the city, there are some 400 schools and no fewer than 15 universities. There are a number of independent schools as well as over 100 Ofsted rated-outstanding schools in the local area. For primary aged children, St Matthew’s CofE and Shaw Hill are well regarded. In the secondary sector, both St Paul’s School for Girls and Kings Heath Boys are ranked top.


Wherever you need to get to, the excellent transport links in Birmingham will make it effortless. A total of eight local rail lines cut through the city, plus buses and trams are plentiful and regular. It also boasts Birmingham Airport, which sits just 10 minutes outside of the city. It’s the UK’s 5th largest airport and serves more than 400 destinations.


University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust is one of the leading NHS trusts in the country. There are a number of hospitals in the area including Birmingham Children’s Hospital, City Hospital, Heartlands Hospital and Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. Local A&E centres include City Hospital, Heartlands and Queen Elizabeth.