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    More People To Live With Parents

    According to the insurance company Aviva, millions of young people are expected to find themselves living with their parents over the next decade. The core reason for this is the affordability of housing, which is increasing more and more. The study...

    Council Tax set to increase

    Council tax is set to rise by an extra £12 to pay for the running of the West Midlands Mayor's office and infrastructure investment. This comes just weeks after David Jamieson, the region's police and crime commissioner (PCC), revealed plans...

    Solihull to receive an influx of homes

    Restructured proposals to build thousands of homes across Solihull are set to be put to the public. Residents are to be asked their views on sites assigned for development. The latest draft of the council's Local Plan Review, which would...

    Selly Oak Hospital Home for Nurses to be Renovated into Luxury Apartments

    A home for Selly Oak Hospital nurses on Willow Road, Bournville is to be renovated into 18 luxury apartments The landmark was built in 1907 to help provide accommodation for nurses at Selly Oak Hospital. The conversion and restoration work...

    Buyers Paying More for a Home

    Sales of Homes Stay LowAs the supply of homes for sale in the UK remains low, one in five buyers are paying more than the asking price to secure their dream property, according to the National Association of Estate...

    UK intersest rates rise – How much will it go up?

    It has been reported that the Bank of England is about to increase the base interst for the first time in a decade. This will undoubtly affect the property market, but ultimately what does the mean? The Bank of England’s...

    Mega tower set to be Birmingham’s tallest building

    Developer court collaboration is behind project to build 51-storey tower containing hundreds of new apartments. Plans to develop what will be Birmingham’s tallest building have been revealed. City developer courts collaboration is behind the £160 million ‘one Eastside’ project to construct...

    £85m apartment complex to be built next to Edgbaston

    375 flats are to be developed by German Investment Group Patrizia who acquired four acres of land next to the cricket stadium from Warwickshire County Cricket Club and Homes and Communities Agency. Patrizia UK plans to build parking for residents,...

    Housing Costs Rise Fastest In East Midlands

    Official figures show the cost of renting or buying a home rose fastest in the East Midlands in the past year. In the year to the end of July, house prices in the region, which includes Nottingham, Leicester and Derby,...

    Brys Buzz

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