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West Midlands is among one of just nine official regions in England. It includes the second most inhabited British city, Birmingham, the city of Wolverhampton and large towns such as Dudley, Walsall, West Bromwich and Solihull. The West Midlands area boasts a population in excess of five million and even holds the UK’s largest river, the River Severn. The region makes up almost 11% of England’s total populace, with nearly 50% in the county of West Midlands. Get the most from your West Midlands house and employ reputable tradespeople for the next project.

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