Migration to Birmingham

Migration to Birmingham


  • Younger working population
  • Very ethnically diverse
  • International cultures bring businesses to these areas


  • More demand on schools and other services
  • More houses are needed
  • Overcrowding (especially in the inner city)
  • Rural areas will have a concentration of older people in need of specialised services
  • Migrants usually live in the most deprived areas of the city


Migrants (international and national) move to Birmingham usually in search of work and live in the inner city where housing is cheaper. This provides Birmingham with a young working population put the rise in population creates a demand on services.


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