West Bromwich is known as a market town situated in the borough of Sandwell in the West Midlands of England and only 6.4 miles from Birmingham. While its history is in coal mining, West Bromwich is also well known for its varied metallurgical industries, such as the production of good quality coiled springs.
The M5 motorway and its junction with the M6 motorway pass through the town, making for good transport links with surrounding areas and making it an attractive area for development for residential areas.
The town of West Bromwich
Historic buildings in the town include a 13th-century moated manor house which has been repurposed as a restaurant, the 16th Century Oak House which is now a museum and also the Church of All Saints.
With a popular football team continuing to develop further interest in the area and various redevelopment projects also contributing, West Bromwich is an excellent place for new projects that will benefit the town and its inhabitants. We are proud to be bringing more affordable residential properties to the area.
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