Central England offers a diverse range of property types across the counties of Herefordshire, South Staffordshire, Worcestershire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, South Shropshire and Gloucestershire, from the Georgian town house in Royal Leamington Spa to an idyllic chocolate box cottage in the Cotswolds.
The world famous University of Oxford is a great attraction to the region, opening up the tourist sector as well as providing great employment prospects for businesses in the surrounding areas, with also many opportunities at the university itself.
The ‘Heart of England’ once played a key role in the Industrial Revolution and is now still a base for many parts of Britain’s business. The rich heritage that the area offers has remained throughout the years with the town and cities architecture and ancient buildings being lovingly restored to a very high standard.
Colmore Row is famous for being home to the main business district in Birmingham, with the service industry in Birmingham now accounting for 80% of the city’s economic output after the regeneration of Colmore Row. Birmingham is now renowned for holding the greatest concentration of administrative and private-sector office based employment outside of central London. Price Waterhouse Coopers, along with Barclays and Deutsche Bank, have all chosen to invest in Birmingham by opening new centres and support services to their major connections in London.Back to UK Area Relocation Guides