Everything you need to know about moving to Birmingham | Bricks & Mortar

Past the square, past the bridge, past the mills, past the stacks to Birmingham city centre, where there’s something afoot in the high-spec apartments and cobbled streets of Brindleyplace, the Convention Quarter, the Jewellery Quarter and Digbeth.

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Tommy Shelby (played by the actor Cillian Murphy) and his Peaky Blinders. The nefarious family of bookies and bootleggers are back with the sixth and final series of the Bafta-winning Birmingham-set drama that spawned a fashion for flat caps and a boom for all things Brum.

Since Peaky Blinders first aired in September 2013, the average sold price of a Birmingham property has increased by 56 per cent from £136,234 to £213,158 (December 2021), according to Knight Frank estate agency.

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