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The heart of England sets the scene for some of the UK’s most beautiful countryside. Tourists and residents can appreciate the fascinating history. From the famous forests of Nottinghamshire, home to the folk tale of Robin Hood, to the breathtaking views of the rolling hills of Peak District. Escape to the traditional seaside resorts like Skegness in the East, or to the enchanting Botanical Gardens in the West.
The region is an attractive proposition for many countrywide businesses looking to position their headquarters. Locals and commuters can easily access the north and south of England, due to the Midlands convenient, central location at the heart of the UK. Birmingham Airport is the Midlands largest airport, operating as the international gateway to England’s Heartland. Over 50 airlines fly to more than 150 destinations worldwide, welcoming over five million overseas inbound passengers a year. Furthermore, the Midlands is home to one of the largest, most integrated rail networks outside of the capital, providing first-class connectivity to the rest of the UK.
The East Midlands is home to the historic counties of Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Rutland. Whereas the West Midlands comprises large industrial cities including Birmingham, Leicester, Wolverhampton, and Stoke-on-Trent. Together, with a population of over 11 million, the region generates a combined GVA of £222bn.
A Leader in World-Class Automative Engineering
The Midlands advanced hub is a leader in world-class automotive engineering. It is home to business giants including Jaguar, Land Rover, JCB, National Grid, Rolls Royce, and Toyota. It is no wonder many skilled professionals are attracted to the region with the diverse range of opportunities on offer.
The high employment rates in the Midlands strengthen the economy, thus, boosting property prices. This year alone property prices in the region as a whole have increased by 7.9%. Over the past decade, prices have inflated by 54%. This trend will continue as large-scale regeneration investments are injected into the region.
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