Climate – Birmingham (England) The rains are frequent. Even snow falls a bit more often than in other parts of England. On the coldest nights of the year, the temperature generally drops to around -8/-9 °C (16/18 °F), but can sometimes drop to lower values.
Moseley in south-east Birmingham was this year named the best place in the UK for city living by the Sunday Times, beating London's Mayfair and Muswell Hill to the top spot. Judges commended its “village community” – and if pubs and parks are high on your list of desirables, Moseley certainly delivers.Sep 9, 2015
Birmingham has been voted the most unsafe city in the UK, with a shocking 42% of those living there feeling at risk – even during a day. Around 56% of those living in Birmingham said in the poll that they would recommend their home as somewhere safe to live while 82% would plug Edinburgh.Aug 31, 2018
Dudley is considered to be a safe area with low crime rates compared to the national average, although crime rates do vary across the borough with Kidderminster and Stourport-on-Severn considered to be among the least safe areas statistically, and Dudley and Stourbridge among the most safe.
The Best Areas to Live in Birmingham
- 1 – Digbeth. If you're looking to buy your first home in Birmingham, Digbeth could be the perfect choice.
- 2 – Erdington.
- 3 – Edgbaston.
- 4 – Harborne.
- 5 – Holloway Head.
- 6 – Jewellery Quarter.
- 7 – Moseley and Kings Heath.
- 8 – Solihull.
Birmingham has an appreciably lower population density: In fact, people in Birmingham live in conditions that are 39.25% less cramped than those in London. Renting is also way cheaper in Birmingham, with a 1 bedroom apartment costing around 60% less in the Midlands city and 70% less for a 3 bed place.May 10, 2019
8 Things You Need to Know Before Moving to Birmingham
- A Green Paradise.
- Second Largest Economy.
- Relaxed and Friendly Atmosphere.
- Daunting Traffic but Good Public Transportation.
- Plenty to Do in Your Free Time.
- Lavish Food Scene.
- Great Shopping Experience.
- You Don't Have to Go to Venice to Take a Boat on the Canals.
Other famous faces with widely-documented links to the city include comedians Jasper Carrott and Tony Hancock, actor David Harewood (star of American drama Homeland), plus musicians Jeff Lynne, Bev Bevan, Roy Wood, Rob Halford, Toyah Willcox, Jamelia and reggae singer Pato Banton.May 20, 2017
More Affordable Let's face it, a lower cost of living is the primary reason why Londoners are moving to Birmingham. In fact, in many cases that is the sole motivating factor behind the decision. Rent isn't the only thing that's cheaper in Birmingham – pretty much everything is less expensive than in London.
Things are very different now, and it's a perfectly safe and well-lit city. As long as you take the same precautions you would in any city (don't get in an unlicensed cab, mind how you cross the road, look where you're going) you'll be fine. 6. Re: Birmingham town at night,is it safe and best places to stay?