Plans unveiled for major new mixed use scheme in Digbeth

Plans unveiled for main new combined use scheme in Digbeth

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A brand new mixed-use residential and business growth reaching 21 storeys is about to be in-built Birmingham metropolis centre.

New plans have been lodged by Birmingham-based developer Prosperity to regenerate industrial land in Digbeth to create 650 flats and new business area.

The applying web site covers two plots of land bounded by Bradford Road, Moseley Road, Barford Road and Rea Road and is at present occupied by a sequence of low-rise industrial buildings which might all be demolished if the venture will get the inexperienced mild.

The proposals comprise six separate blocks of between and eight and 21 storeys containing 299 one-bedroom and 351 two-bedroom flats alongside 30,000 sq ft of business area.

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There would even be roof gardens, new private and non-private amenity area and parking for 364 bikes however nothing for vehicles on the scheme which known as ‘Pressworks’.

The location is in an space of intense focus from property builders at current with Dandara this week additionally revealing its plans for ‘Cheapside’, a growth of greater than 1,500 properties and a brand new enterprise centre on land neighbouring this software web site.

Additionally within the pipeline within the Digbeth district are SevenCaptial’s Connaught Sq. housing scheme and a brace of high-rise residential tasks by Courtroom Collaboration on Excessive Road Deritend which collectively will include nearly 1,500 flats.

How the internal courtyard at the Pressworks could look
How the inner courtyard on the Pressworks may look

Prosperity’s chief government Joe Billingham mentioned: “As native builders, we’re very excited to work with Birmingham Metropolis Council to convey the venture ahead and ship additional high-quality housing for our metropolis.

“It is also been nice working with the crew at Glancy Nicholls Architects to convey ahead this scheme.

“The target was to create a landmark growth that dovetails into the town’s imaginative and prescient for the broader Smithfield grasp plan which we have hopefully achieved.”

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