• Birmingham, United Kingdom
  • Prices from £178,000
  • 1 & 2 Bedrooms
  • 250 leasehold ownership
  • Completed


Located close to the proposed high-speed rail network linking Birmingham and London,  HS2,  Westminster  Works is an ideal base for commuters to the north and south.  Within the Southern Gateway £1 billion regeneration zone Westminster Works offers city living within a vibrant new neighbourhood. Within an area of current major development,  the  project is situated around a newly created public space known as Moat Square.  This is an opportunity to diversify Birmingham’s leisure,  retail  and cultural offer, including niche retail, improved markets, family entertainment, residential and space for creative industries.
Our scheme comprises a modern appearance both internally and externally. The units will be open plan, modern residential apartments configured around a central courtyard and access cores. There are 220 units currently incorporated into the design with a balanced mix of 1- and 2-bedroom apartments.

Key Points 
  • 1 Bed and 2 Bed apartments
  • Prices from £178,000
  • Apartment size, 1 bed – from 474 to 619 SQFT, 2 bed from 653 to 787 SQFT
  • High-efficiency double glazed windows
  • 250 leasehold ownership
  • Completion- Q4 2020
  • 6% Rental yield

Payment Plan 
  • Reservation fee £5000
  • 25% (minus reservation fee) on exchange of contracts.
  • 75% On completion

Location Description

Birmingham is undergoing the strategic growth of the East side of its City Centre. Westminster Works is located within the Southern Gateway regeneration zone brought forward as part of the HS2 masterplan.

Birmingham Smithfield will become part of the city’s exciting growth agenda that will see 51,000 new homes, 100,000 new jobs and billions of pounds worth of investment in infrastructure. This growth will continue to strengthen the city’s national and international standing, placing it at the heart of an economic renaissance of the Midlands. Between December 2016 and March 2017, the biggest surge in workforce jobs in the UK was in the West Midlands, at 65,000, whereas the largest decrease was in the East of England at 36,000 (ONS), more jobs will mean more of a demand for property in the area.

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Name: Zarah Evans
Phone : +9714-3994937
[email protected]
Broker id: 23372

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