Birmingham is a powerhouse of innovation
and is well known for it's industrial heritage. The birthplace of the steam engine, custard and heavy metal has had a global impact and influenced humanity as a whole.
Birmingham is the second most populous city in the UK, with over 3.8 million residents
and was granted city status in 1889 and played a major part in the industrial revolution, both through new innovative manufacturing techniques, automation through machines and improvements to supply chains..
To this day Birmingham is constantly redeveloping
itself with renovations taking place in Brindleyplace, The Mailbox and The Pavilions over the last few years.