Transport Works West Bromwich

Transport Works is tailored for contemporary living. Boasting exceptional construction and quality as standard features, each residence is meticulously crafted with a superb level of specification chosen with utmost care. From modern colour schemes to designer fixtures and quality finishes, every detail is thoughtfully curated to ensure functionality and elegance, creating apartments that are both stylish and refined.

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About Transport Works

Transport Works represents a unique residential development in West Bromwich, featuring a combination of converted and newly built properties. Initially constructed as the regional headquarters for the Transport and General Workers’ Union (T&G), the site remained vacant for several years before undergoing redevelopment. The project introduces 45 contemporary one and two-bedroom apartments, including duplex options, offering sustainable living solutions. These exceptional residences not only preserve the area’s rich history but also pave the way for a modern lifestyle in the heart of West Bromwich.

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Kay Regeneration Area

Superior Finish

999 Year Lease

High Yields for Short Term Lets

Key Facts

  • Prices from £122,000
  • 12% Yield From Short Term Lets
  • 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, duplexes
  • Well connected by rail & road
  • 15 minute commute Birmingham City Centre
  • Town Centre location with easy access to amenities
  • Contemporary style
  • 999 year lease
  • Parking available
  • Residents garden

Why West Bromwich

Birmingham stands out as one of the UK’s fastest-growing cities, with a remarkable 22.4% increase in Gross Value Added (GVA) over the past five years. Within the West Midlands Combined Authority, it boasts one of the most rapidly expanding economies nationwide. Additionally, Birmingham’s population has surged by nearly 10% in the last decade alone.

Transport Works, situated in Sandwell, capitalises on Birmingham’s success. With a population of 327,378 residents, Sandwell ranks third in the West Midlands Combined Authority and 34th in Great Britain. Predicted to grow faster than both the West Midlands and national averages, the area presents a promising investment landscape. Notable developments include the new Midland Metropolitan University Hospital, the Sandwell Aquatics Centre for the 2022 Commonwealth Games, extensions to the Midland Metro line, numerous planned residences, participation in the 5G testbed, and pursuit of major funding through the Stronger Towns Fund for three towns within the region.

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