New Homes in Solihull, Birmingham

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Why Choose Solihull?

Sitting between the two bustling metropolises of Birmingham and Coventry, residents of Solihull are never far from the excitement of city life. However, Solihull is a desirable home in its own right, and offers the suburban lifestyle within a commutable distance to multiple city hubs.

Solihull’s collection of towns and villages contribute to a wider community that is becoming increasingly popular for building developers, purchasers and tenants alike. The region is dotted with beautiful pockets of greenery spanning over 1500 acres, whilst maintaining its mass appeal with renowned attractions such as the NEC. This combination of convenience and secluded suburbia makes Solihull an increasingly popular region to live, work and invest in. Browse our most sought-after new developments in Solihull below:

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Solihull School

Who lives in Solihull?

Besides the many famous faces you may see in and around Solihull, the area is also home to families who have moved to the region to access its outstanding schools. Solihull’s educational facilities range from independent institutions such as Solihull School, to a variety of well-performing academies, most notably Solihull Sixth Form College with its astounding 100% pass rates. The region is also home to specialist schools such as the Island Project School and Reynolds Cross, catering to children with a range of needs.

Solihull also has a more affluent population when compared to the rest of the West Midlands, and statistically exceeds the national average for its percentage of resident Managers, Directors and Senior Officials.

Solihull High Street

The Solihull Property Market

The market in Solihull is largely composed of flats and apartments, which make up over 57% of all residential properties within the region. With an average apartment selling price of £230,586, flats in Solihull make ideal first-time purchases. Buy-to-let investors will also be delighted to know that the average achieved rent across Solihull is a considerable £1,393pcm, making the region a fantastic area to invest in.

For those looking to sell in Solihull, your chances of selling your property within one month are extremely high, especially for those looking to move out of semi-detached properties. The speed at which detached and semi-detached properties across the region are SSTC has actually doubled over the past year, demonstrating the increasing confidence residents have in Solihull.

Elmdon Park Solihull Birmingham

What is there to do in Solihull?

Solihull is renowned for its beautiful green spaces, namely Elmdon Park, a nature reserve and Green Flag park, demonstrating its international acclaim. Having football pitches, tennis courts and beautiful walking paths, Elmdon Park is a favourite space for both residents and visitors. Malvern and Brueton Parks are home to ornamental lakes and gardens, mature woodlands and cafes. Residents of the region will surely never be too far from swathes of beautiful greenery.

NEC Solihull

Events and shopping in Solihull

The region is also home to the world famous National Exhibition Centre, hosting an abundance of exciting events, including Comic Con, the British National Motor Show, and Crufts. Access to this plethora of exciting events is made easy from Birmingham International train station and airport of the same name, opening the region up to the rest of the globe.

For those looking for some retail therapy, Touchwood Shopping Centre in the heart of Solihull town centre grants access to over 100 shops, as well as having its own 9-screen cinema for optimum convenience. Travelling to Touchwood couldn’t be easier, with Solihull being well-connected with bus routes, as well as having ample parking for those travelling by car, and the local Solihull railway station.

Our new homes in Solihull

Home Farm Barns

Prices from £685,000

A small development of luxury new build homes in the highly desirable village of Hampton-in-Arden

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Latest information about Solihull

Although already a well developed and affluent area, Solihull is undergoing some exciting regeneration projects and receiving excellent investment to improve the region further.

Solihull Council, in conjunction with HM Land Registry, has made property transactions even more streamlined to transfer local land charges across to the national digital register, making it even simpler to secure new homes in Solihull. This makes sellers and purchasers better informed about their transactions and can even make the process cheaper, demonstrating the town’s commitment to fast and transparent property exchanges.

The region is also securing swathes of investment for a variety of projects across the region. The Chelmsley Wood masterplan seeks to reinvigorate the town’s high street and proposes to build ample residential and commercial space. Most impressive is the Solihull Local Plan, a bold proposition to encourage growth in the borough through new developments, housing and jobs. The ambitious plan proposes a new train station, new home developments around Solihull’s retail core, and a renewed business and commercial quarter to encourage investment. With over 1,200 apartments accounted for in the plan, and an additional 100 houses being considered within enviable proximity to the proposed additional train station, the future looks bright for Solihull.

Solihull was recently awarded ‘Tree City of the World’ status and has pledged to plan 250,000 trees as part of the council’s Planting Our Future plan. The region is actively contributing to biodiversity in the midlands by restoring green spaces and maintaining Solihull’s reputation as a clean, green and safe place to live.

Thinking of buying or selling in Solihull?

Centrick are very familiar with the Solihull property market, having listed the sold-out developments at Broadoaks, Century House and Regent House. With plenty more exciting developments in the pipeline, we’d love to help you find your next place to call home or add to your investment portfolio.

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