New homes in
West Midlands

Welcome to the West Midlands, the birthplace of Shakespeare and a county bursting with culture and history.

From expansive waterways and majestic castles to bustling cities and stunning countryside villages, there is plenty to explore when you settle here.

Birmingham, or ‘The Second City’ as it has come to be known, is bursting with opportunity, and has even become home to London commuters due to its fantastic transport links to the capital. This, combined with many a University - Birmingham, Warwick, and Coventry to name a few - and plenty of good and outstanding rated primary and secondary schools, means the West Midlands is the perfect place to make roots and raise a family.

Visit one of our developments in the West Midlands, whether it’s our new homes in Priorslee or in Earl Shilton, to find your new home. 

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Living in West Midlands

All of this, right on your doorstep

Things to do

You won’t be short of things to do in the West Midlands, with plenty of sights to see, family-friendly activities and attractions on offer.

The West Midlands is home to world-class museums and top UK attractions. Many are steeped in rich history and heritage like Warwick Castle and Dudley limestone caverns, as well as attractions for thrill-seeking adventurers at Alton Towers and Drayton Manor – two of England’s most popular theme parks. With free and paid-for attractions, come rain or shine there are experiences for all to enjoy.

One of the region’s most unique attractions is the English Waterways. Spanning across the whole of the Midlands, the region’s canals offer visitors a unique experience whether on or off the water, with some amazing attractions to explore along the way.

At the heart of England, the West Midlands has an incredible heritage with castles, country houses, and a window into the industrial past through the region’s intricate canal network. There are so many stories to be told from kingmakers at Warwick Castle, the conspirators in the gunpowder plot, and revolutionising the motor industry.

Most recently the region’s heritage has been played out on an international stage through the infamous BBC Peaky Blinders drama series, set out in the 1920s. Visitors can walk in the footsteps of the Shelbys at the Black Country Living Museum – the official home of Peaky Blinders


If retail therapy is your thing, the West Midlands has a vast array of shops for you to peruse - from big malls and outlets to boutique and independent stores.

The Bull Ring in Birmingham brings you all your high street and designer favourites. With a creche, two soft play areas, and Treetop Adventure Golf, a day spent here will benefit the whole family. Coventry also has three major shopping centres, West Orchards, Lower Precinct, and Arena.

Hatton Shopping Village sits in the rolling Warwickshire countryside and offers a variety of independent shops, a garden centre, outdoor markets, cafes, and eateries serving locally sourced produce. A place to get lost in for the day.


With major transport hubs at Birmingham, Coventry, and Warwick, access to the rest of the UK and other major cities is simple and hassle-free. 5 motorways linking the West Midlands to the north and south of England make travelling by car easy.

For those looking to travel by air, Birmingham Airport is just over half an hour by car.


From familiar and much-loved chains to some of the best curry houses, Michelin star restaurants and local independent cafes, there is something to satisfy every palette in the West Midlands.

The Balti Triangle, just south of Birmingham city centre, offers a vast array of sensational curry houses, for those who like a bit of spice and an abundance of flavours. If that’s not for you, there are plenty of options spanning the West Midlands: fine dining, locally sourced produce, vegetarian and vegan restaurants and much more.

The infamous Christmas Markets in Birmingham turn the city centre into Bavaria, offering mulled ciders and wines, Bratwurst, and plenty of fun activities to keep the whole family entertained.

The Open Arms at Warwick Castle brings food stalls from every corner of the globe, including American, Korean, Chinese, and Indian cuisine. Perfect fuel for exploring the 66 acres of the Castle.

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