Offices in Birmingham lure London civil service jobs
Birmingham is fighting off competition from the likes of rival UK cities Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool in a bid to attract thousands of civil service jobs from London.
As the government plans to move administrators from offices in London in both a bid to cut costs, and to rejuvenate regional cities, Birmingham is putting forward its case as the ideal candidate.
Digbeth is being marketed as a potential location, along with Eastside, and sites to the west of Birmingham city centre.
In a report by the Birmingham Post, Clive Dutton of Birmingham’s regeneration sector said that plans are in place to market Birmingham as a high quality and modern location for offices and lifestyle.
He added: “it seems to us that Eastside clearly meets the criteria and specification laid down by the government.”
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