Invest In Southside.

Over the past decade, the Southside district of Birmingham has emerged as a distinctive quarter within the UK’s second city. Southside’s growth has been driven by a number of unique developments across the area’s Chinatown and Gay Village, encompassing leisure destinations, retail, commercial and office space.

This exciting mix has provided significant and diverse local employment opportunities. More recently, new city living developments have also added a new dimension to Southside.

The £600 million redevelopment of Birmingham’s major station, New Street, is set to have a considerable positive impact on Southside, bringing even more visitors and commuters to the district’s doorstep and strengthening connectivity with international transport links including Birmingham Airport.

If you invest in Southside, you’re investing in a unique destination that is fixed on a long-term vision for growth. There’s no better time to call Southside your home.

Julia Chance

Manager, Southside Business Improvement District

This exciting mix has provided significant and diverse local employment opportunities

Over the past decade, the Southside district of Birmingham has emerged as a distinctive quarter within the UK’s second city. Southside’s growth has been driven by a number of unique developments across the area’s Chinatown and Gay Village, encompassing leisure destinations, retail, commercial and office space. This exciting mix has provided significant and diverse local employment opportunities. More recently, new city living developments have also added a new dimension to Southside.

There’s no better time to call Southside your home

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