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Wolverhampton Hotspot


Are you thinking about investing in property in Wolverhampton, maybe moving there yourself? Here are some of the basic facts you might need to know.

House Prices 🏠

Property Investment 🏠 🏠

  • Research has suggested that house prices in Wolverhampton and the West Midlands generally might enjoy the fastest rate of growth in the country over the next three years 
  • This would result in the growth in prices outstripping even that of London
  • In the year 2000, Wolverhampton was granted city status and is home to around one quarter of a million people. 

Economy ££

  • Wolverhampton is home to four leading aerospace companies, attracting well-qualified employees and boosting the local economy
  • Another important driver of the local economy is the manufacture of transport and aerospace equipment
  • In the descending order of numbers employed, key sectors are wholesale and retail trades, human, health and social work, manufacturing, education and construction.

Location and Transport 🚌

  • Wolverhampton is in the very heart of England, and part of the Birmingham and Black Country conurbation
  • Its location makes access easy to practically any other part of England and, via the East Midlands Airport, anywhere else in the world
  • Transport is receiving a further boost through an integrated city centre transport interchange project involving £120 million of public and private investment.

Education 🎓 

  • The University of Wolverhampton has a student enrolment of 23,000 and maintains partnerships with more than 1,000 local businesses 
  • It is currently ranked in second place out of all UK universities for graduates moving directly into employment

Environment 🌷

  • There is are number of parks, gardens and nature reserves in and around Wolverhampton 

Trivia 🎬

Finally, did you know …

  • Monty Python legend, Eric Idle, was raised in Wolverhampton 
  • When it comes to music’s leading lights, Wolverhampton also lays claim to Slade, Robert Plant, Beverly Knight, Cornershop, The Mighty Lemon Drops, hip hop producer S-X, reggae artist Macka B – and that most English of composers, Edward Elgar!
  • In 1927, Wolverhampton became the first place in England to have automated traffic lights installed – at the junction of Lichfield Street and Princess Street, in Prince’s Square to be precise.