Living in a vibrant multicultural City like Birmingham

With its vast multicultural population of over 1.1 million people living in the City area and 4.3 million living within its metropolitan boundaries, Birmingham is certainly a thriving place in which to live.  With its huge collection of retail outlets, including the famous Bullring, its stunning St Philip’s Cathedral and top-class University, Birmingham is the second biggest City in England that people chose to call home.

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Many couples living there, start off as most young families do, with purchasing a smaller more reasonably priced property, in order to get a foot on the property ladder. Once settled and the children start to arrive, they chose either to move to a bigger residence or build an extension on their currant home. If you wanted to extend your current home then contact professional companies and experts in House Extensions Birmingham and get several quotes.

This is truly a multicultural City with over half of its residents belonging to Black, Asian, Mixed Race and other Ethnic minority groups. The cuisine in Birmingham reflects this mix of cultures and the food choices for eating out or purchasing fresh food to cook at home is bountiful.

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With Caribbean, Halal, Indian, English, Chinese and many other delicious choices of fresh authentic cooking on offer Birmingham is certainly a City for even the most discerning of food critics.

Located in the West Midlands and approximately one hundred miles from London, England’s second City, Birmingham, is an ideal place in which to live, work, learn and raise a family.

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