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Available room at student accommodation with only 120 GBP per month. Room includes all facilities including additional necessary stuff such as heater, shoes shelf, printer and kitc...
Flat is set in lovely, green development, easy access to publics transport, close to QE hospital, university, city centre, theatres, canals, museum, library...
4 fun-loving student nurses looking for a fellow (preferably female) housemate to join a beautiful spacious terrace house on Daisy Road, Edgbaston. We are all studying at Birmin...
Detached house in a quiet private road with off street parking for 4 cars. Furnished to a high spec, this house demands tenants who appreciate quality furnishings and are happy ...
Nice flat, suit one person. Lounge, kitchen, shower room & toilet, single bedroom. Pay own electric and Council Tax (student's exempt from Council Tax). Bills probably lower than...
There is a great light, spacious room to rent in a shared property with other young professionals, managed by a live out landlord. The property is in a very good location in H...
Young couple is looking for a flat mate in a detached house 10 minutes walk to the Good Hope hospital and 20 minutes to Sutton Coldfield town hall. The room has got a view over a ...
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Britain’s second biggest city was for many years regarded as little more than a centre for industry and was once dubbed ‘The workshop of the world’. But in the last few decades Birmingham has enjoyed a huge resurgence and the skyline now boasts some of the UK’s most impressive modern architecture. Now add to this a hot bed of cultural diversity, and Birmingham continues to attract people from all over the world, both to work and study.
Birmingham is a vast, sprawling city that encompasses numerous boroughs. Once the home of the motor trade, not surprisingly Birmingham has a comprehensive road system to cater for its many drivers. With public transport in mind the city offers an impressive city-wide bus service to compensate for its fairly limited train network.
Over two thirds of its inhabitants are professionals and generally look to areas such as the city centre, Edgbaston and Harborne for room sharing. While the large student population is mainly centred around the University of Birmingham and the adjoining areas of Moseley, Selly Oak and Balsall Heath.
The facts and figures
- Average monthly room rental: £325
- Average time to find a room: 34 days
- Average time to let a room: 51 days
- Professionals renting rooms: 70%
- Students renting rooms: 30%