Living in Coventry, Warwickshire and Solihull

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We offer services across a wide geographical area in the West Midlands, with staff living and working in the bustling, cosmopolitan city of Coventry, picturesque Warwickshire, and neighbouring Solihull. 

Positioned in the heart of the UK

With excellent transport links across the UK, Coventry, Warwickshire and Solihull offer easy access to all major cities by train or car. Trains from Coventry take just one hour to London and 20 minutes to the centre of Birmingham. Nearby Birmingham International Airport, which is located in Solihull and just a 20-minute drive from Coventry, is the third largest airport in the UK outside of London.

Something for everyone

Coventry is a diverse and vibrant city surrounded by the beautiful countryside and picturesque villages of Warwickshire. There is a wealth of entertainment in Coventry and the surrounding areas, including restaurants, museums, galleries, parks, theatres and gardens. The award-winning Coventry Building Society Arena hosts concerts, exhibitions, conferences and sporting events and the Birmingham NEC is also close by. 

Excellent education

For families wishing to make a home here, there are excellent state schools as well as high-ranking public schools. We also have top colleges and universities nearby, such as the University of Warwick and Coventry University, which is voted top for nursing teaching in the country and one of the best student experiences nationally.

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Coventry centre People are drawn to Coventry from all around the world, making the city a diverse mix of cultures and lifestyles.

From music, theatre and festivals, to museums, cathedrals and medieval history, the city has something for everyone and is home to a rich history, ancient legends and an abundance of unique arts and culture for you and your family to explore.

Property prices in Coventry are more affordable than the average for the UK, which benefits people looking to rent or buy in the city. 

Find out more at Visit Coventry or Coventry City Council. 


Warwick Castle Warwickshire boasts rolling landscapes of some of the UK’s most beautiful countryside and is an idyllic setting to live and work. With historic market towns and villages, spacious parks and woodlands all to be explored. 

Warwickshire is renowned for being the birthplace of the famous playwright William Shakespeare in Stratford-upon-Avon. The county includes the major towns of Warwick (including Warwick Castle), Royal Leamington Spa and Nuneaton as well as the city of Coventry. Stunning areas of the Cotswolds also border Warwickshire.  

Find out more at Visit Warwickshire or Warwickshire County Council.


Solihull town centre Situated between Birmingham and Coventry, Solihull is an ideal location for those looking for a balance between urban and countryside, and modern and traditional. Solihull has a strong reputation for its competitive economy, good schools and high-quality environment. 

Find out more at Visit Solihull or Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council.