A host of attractive new residential developments off Moor Street has boosted this bustling commercial and retail centre that lies a stone’s throw from the prestigious Merry Hill Shopping centre but still boasts its own traditional indoor market.
The thriving High Street has shops to suit every need at the head of which is the grand Civic Hall and Police headquarters. Brierley Hill really does have a house to suit all buyers from the grand elegance of Brettell Lane and Amblecote Road to the more recent residential schemes between Church Road and Moor Street which have benefitted from the government backed ‘Help to Buy’ Scheme.
Large scale town centre investments demonstrate local authority confidence; the flagship being the architecturally compelling Stourbridge Art College campus as well as the Brierley Hill Health & Social Care Centre.
A short walk from the town centre, one finds the well established ‘Withymoor Village’ which maintains its appeal by virtue of its diversity, affordability and wide range of services to be found on the Sainsbury’s campus! Gayfield Avenue and Turners Lane have a myriad of popular smaller connecting roads and cul de sacs off such as Ashton Park Drive, Tilston Drive, Aldeford Drive and Conifer Close.
The canal network was the key to the formation of Brierley Hill with the impressive, renowned and much photographed ‘Nine Locks’ at its heart which is now much used by walkers, cyclists and fishermen.