By MIKE HAYES Birmingham is struggling to find a cure for a serious illness.
The problem is spreading fast as the virus that causes the coronavirus spreads rapidly.
There are now more than 1,000 people known to be infected in the city and the number of new cases in the last 24 hours alone has reached 632, according to data from the Birmingham Health and Safety Authority.
But there are other problems to contend with too.
Birmingham’s population is just under 5 million people, and is the sixth largest in the country behind only Birmingham, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, and the South.
With just 4,800 public housing units in the whole city, the problem is even more acute than Birmingham itself.
Birmingham is a city of about 300,000.
The number of residents is growing rapidly, with the number in the workforce increasing from 11,500 in 2001 to 17,000 in 2015.
That growth is fuelling a housing crisis that has made Birmingham a hot spot for the coronas virus, with rents rising to almost three times the city’s average wage.
Rents in the Birmingham area are at their highest level since at least 2006, according a survey by property consultants Cushman & Wolfson.
The shortage of affordable housing is one of the main factors behind the coronatavirus outbreak, which has killed over 6,000 since it started in March.
In Birmingham, more than half of the city has been hit by the coronivirus, which is spreading at an alarming rate, said Birmingham City Council’s chief executive, Andrew Burt.
“It’s the worst thing I’ve ever seen, but we’re going to keep going,” he said.
I think we’ve got to get it out of Birmingham.
It’s a challenge that needs to be overcome.
There are some positives.
I think there’s a little bit of optimism that it can be solved, that it’s going to be better by 2020.
But the problem with that is that Birmingham’s population has grown and its population is getting larger, and that means that the supply of affordable homes is not increasing.
So we’re having to find ways to deal with that.
The city’s population will probably continue to grow, but it will become harder to maintain affordable housing in the long term.
We’re not going to solve the problem on our own.
What we can do is find ways for people to move to Birmingham if they have to, to help us build housing that’s more affordable, affordable for people who are looking for housing.
And we’ve seen an increasing number of people in Birmingham, particularly young people, using the city to get their jobs, get their education, get jobs at universities.
Birchlands population growthThe population in Birmingham grew by almost 400,000 over the past decade.
The city is still one of Britain’s fastest-growing metropolitan areas, and has been a hotspot for coronaviruses.
Its growth is also partly fuelled by an increasing trend of young people moving out of the inner city, where housing is more expensive and where they are less likely to be employed.
Some young people are choosing to live in Birmingham to be closer to work, but many are simply staying in the same area.
Birches most affluent suburbsBirmingham City Council has identified a number of areas where it could find new homes for young people who would otherwise be stuck in the suburbs.
In some cases, it has proposed new public housing developments to be built in areas where the population is growing faster than the average.
Birts most affluent areas, in red, are those that are now experiencing more young people choosing to move out of inner city areas.
It also has some ideas to help young people in areas of Birmingham that are experiencing rising rents.
Birges most affluent suburb is in the North, in the area where most young people will now move, said Cushmans CEO Andrew Bress.
For example, it is in an area where young people tend to live.
So, we would try to look at ways of providing additional affordable housing to young people.
There’s been a great increase in the number and number of young professionals moving to Birmingham from areas of the north of England, like London, Birmingham or Manchester.
This has a lot to do with our universities.
The universities have the most young professionals in the UK.
We have about 5,000 full-time students in the University of Birmingham alone, compared to about 3,000 at the University in Manchester, which offers its own degree and has its own network of universities.
If we can get young people to stay at university, we can help to increase our student numbers and help to bring our economy into the future.
Birks future as a cityOf the city council’s proposals to tackle the coronave epidemic, it says its goal is to build 10,000 affordable homes by 2023.
That would allow Birmingham to increase its