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Old December 12th, 2013, 09:40 PM   #201
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Last project is very good. How are property prices in Birmingham now? Would you expect foreigners to invest into property, of course, not on the same scale as London but still enough to start few stalled projects? Cambridge, for example, is booming right now also because big chunk of properties are being bought by foreigners, so many new projects have progressed a lot.
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Old December 13th, 2013, 12:26 PM   #203
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All these new projects are great. I LOVE the new Library, its a national landmark in it's own right - give it a few more years and it will become a real symbol of Birmingham.

All these new projects are great! Especially that new tower.

I'm actually in Birmingham tomorrow! Looking forward to seeing everything.

I'll definitely be visiting this thread more often.
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Old December 13th, 2013, 11:44 PM   #204
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Last project is very good. How are property prices in Birmingham now? Would you expect foreigners to invest into property, of course, not on the same scale as London but still enough to start few stalled projects? Cambridge, for example, is booming right now also because big chunk of properties are being bought by foreigners, so many new projects have progressed a lot.
Property prices in Birmingham imo are back to pre recession levels and continuing to climb. A lot of investment from outside has come in recently but I think as a whole i would like to see more.

The runway extension at bhx next year will only be a positive to this regard. New big businesses will be locating in the city as a result and with high speed rail to come things are looking very positive.
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Old December 16th, 2013, 05:05 PM   #205
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Property prices in Birmingham imo are back to pre recession levels and continuing to climb. A lot of investment from outside has come in recently but I think as a whole i would like to see more.

The runway extension at bhx next year will only be a positive to this regard. New big businesses will be locating in the city as a result and with high speed rail to come things are looking very positive.
Yeah that's very true. More jobs is a good thing.

I went to Birmingham on Saturday and the New Library impressed me.. A LOT. It's really something for Birmingham to cling onto. Great for visitors. However, on the train to Birmingham the skyline was quite average - you can see that it's dense like any City but it does need a couple 200+ towers and maybe a designated area for towers?

I noticed there are quite a few highrise towers in Birmingham but they are scattered all over the place. There is a lot of potential - that's for sure.
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Yeah that's very true. More jobs is a good thing.

I went to Birmingham on Saturday and the New Library impressed me.. A LOT. It's really something for Birmingham to cling onto. Great for visitors. However, on the train to Birmingham the skyline was quite average - you can see that it's dense like any City but it does need a couple 200+ towers and maybe a designated area for towers?

I noticed there are quite a few highrise towers in Birmingham but they are scattered all over the place. There is a lot of potential - that's for sure.
I’m glad you had fun in Brum Blight, Birmingham has change a lot over the years with some grate development (bull ring, mailbox, cube, snow hill and others) but the biggest disappointment is that Birmingham has only built 1 tower over 100m in the last 20 years and even that was reduce from 190m (I think), Brum really need to get more towers.
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Old December 19th, 2013, 06:48 AM   #207
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A new tower for the heart of Birmingham's business district



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The property arm of RBS has submitted a planning application for a new £40 million office tower in Birmingham’s business district.

West Register hopes to create 263,150 sq ft of office space on 2 Cornwall Street in the Colmore Business District. It took over the building close to Snowhill Station in April last year when it bought the long leasehold from Irish developer Ballymore. West Register is understood to have paid Ballymore £7 million for the 110,781 sq ft vacant office, which was home to KPMG. Ballymore bought the property in 2006 for £26.4 million after borrowing in excess of £20 million from RBS.

GVA has now lodged outline plans with Birmingham City Council drawn up by Associated Architects for a majority demolition of the building and 13 storey tower with up to 6,250 sq ft of retail at ground floor level.



The national property consultancy said the plans would deliver a direct investment of £40 million from the project cost and create around 250 construction jobs.

The building would help address a chronic lack of supply of Grade A space in Birmingham city centre, GVA said. “GVA estimates that the current supply of Grade A space is equivalent to approximately three years’ average annual take-up,” it said. “With no prospect of their being an increase in supply in the foreseeable future, the city could experience a supply/demand imbalance as soon as 2015.”

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Old December 19th, 2013, 06:57 AM   #208
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a "tower" of 13 floors? even in Munich that wouldnt be called so, lol.
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Old December 19th, 2013, 12:34 PM   #209
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Bit of a strange headline I agree considering there's about 12 buildings around it bigger and none of those are called towers. It's a good filler though.
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Old December 19th, 2013, 12:37 PM   #210
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23 Floor Hotel - Paradise Circus

First look at plans for new Paradise Circus hotel

Developers release image of future for Copthorne Hotel site after operator withdraws objection to regeneration scheme



Plans for a four-star hotel in one of Birmingham’s most central locations have been released.

Paradise Circus developer Argent has released the images of plans to replace the existing Copthorne Hotel as part of the wide-ranging city centre regeneration initiative.

This comes after Birmingham City Council reached an agreement with Copthorne, which withdrew its opposition to compulsory purchase orders along with Birmingham City University, the owner of the Conservatoire, last week.

The hotel design follows an architectural competition which saw London and Edinburgh based Ian Springford Architects (ISA) chosen from seven architectural practices who had submitted their designs.

It comes after Argent’s proposals for the area received planning consent from Birmingham City Council late last year.

Ian Springford, joint founder of ISA, said: “Our work in the hotel sector demonstrates our ability to deliver complex, highly serviced buildings with strong design qualities. We are looking forward very much to bringing this experience and creativity to our work in Birmingham.”

The design of the hotel has evolved since the competition through continuous consultation with Millennium and Argent - who have taken the Paradise Circus proposals through outline planning that agreed basic massing and building heights for the development that is set to transform this strategically important and historic part of the city.

David Partridge, managing partner of Argent, said: ‘’We were introduced to Ian by Millennium and Copthorne Hotels plc and it was clear from Ian’s submission for the competition that he had extensive knowledge and expertise of the hotel market.

“Ian and his team are developing an innovative design which fits in very well with the rest of the development.

“They are a pleasure to work with and we look forward to taking the hotel design through to completion.”
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Old December 19th, 2013, 04:42 PM   #211
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Bit of a strange headline I agree considering there's about 12 buildings around it bigger and none of those are called towers. It's a good filler though.
This is the best part of that article:

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The building would help address a chronic lack of supply of Grade A space in Birmingham city centre, GVA said. “GVA estimates that the current supply of Grade A space is equivalent to approximately three years’ average annual take-up,” it said. “With no prospect of their being an increase in supply in the foreseeable future, the city could experience a supply/demand imbalance as soon as 2015.”

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Old December 20th, 2013, 12:23 PM   #212
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Yes, that's true. During the recession very little office stock has been built. New schemes have been flying of the shelf recently and there are a few which look to be kick starting construction next year. Could be an interesting time for the city as a another new report has said over the last 6 week's numerous high-rise residential schemes have also become live again although some may see height decreases. What all this does show though that Birmingham as alot of us have known for a while is really ready to kick off and it's going to be exciting times in the city.
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Is there a list of projects for Birmingham?
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Is there a list of projects for Birmingham?
I could definately do one but this whole thread is a bit messy!! Could do with locking it and starting afresh.
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I'll try and do it in-line with SE9's updates for London also.
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Birmingham - Full Summary of Projects

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Highrise Projects in Birmingham
100m and above

Regal Tower
The Westside

Height: 201m | Floors: 56 | Architect: Aedas | Developer: Regal Property Group

Links: Birmingham forum thread | Official website | Aedas website |
  • Potential Tallest Regional Building in The United Kingdom
  • Tallest Building in Birmingham

  • Current status: Approved/Re-design being undertaken due to recession. Reduction in height likely






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103 Colmore Row
City Centre

Height: 160m | Floors: 35 | Architect: Hamiltons Architects | Developer: British Land

Links: Birmingham forum thread | Sales Brochure | Skyscrapernews Article |
  • Potential Tallest Regional Office Building in The United Kingdom
  • Tallest Office in Birmingham

  • Current status: Approved / Site likely to be sold on as British Land has not opted for it in future development reports/ Current tower is vacant






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V Tower
The Westside

Height: 152m | Floors: 50 | Architect: Eric Kuhne Associates | Developer: Dandara

Links: Birmingham forum thread | Architects Website

  • Part of larger Arena Central Scheme which has now begun.
  • Sold of to specialist residential developer to proceed with.
  • Was approved on cusp of recession. Developers in latest statement said that it is still in there plans but will not break ground until they are confident in the Birmingham residential market.
  • Current status: Approved, on hold





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Broad Street Tower
The Westside

Height: 133m | Floors: 41 | Developer: Richardson & Cordwell

Links: Birmingham forum thread | Skyscrapernews Link

  • Mixed use development in Birminghams entertainment district.
  • Site currently a temporary carpark - site is directly opposite proposed Regal Tower.
  • Proposal integrated a helipad for residents and hotel guests
  • Current status: Approved, potential movement but likely to be downsized and redesigned.





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Beorma Quarter
City Centre

Height: 107m | Floors: 27 | Developer: Kuwait Salhia Investments

Links: Birmingham forum thread | Architects Website

  • Mixed use development in Birmingham's shopping district
  • Tower will be Birmingham's tallest office tower
  • Tower is phase 2 of a 3 phase build
  • Current status: Approved / Under Construction







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Midrise Projects in Birmingham
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Snow Hill Phase 3
Central Business District

Height: TBC (Est. 90m) | Floors: TBC | Architect: Sidell Gibson | Developer: Ballymore/Hines

Links: Birmingham forum thread
  • 3rd phase in major office redevelopment in the heart of Birmingham's CBD
  • Height unknown but will be taller than phase 1, 56m and phase 2, 75m.
  • To replace 44 storey residential and 24 storey hotel tower which stopped construction in 2009, 3 floors above basement level. Old cores have now been removed and this will be built on top of slab. Basement will remain.
  • Phase 4 minor details have been released - speculation that Ballymore will construct the largest ever regional office building at 1m sqft above Snow Hill Station.
  • Current status: Outline Planning Approved / Detailed planning in progress / Removal of old cores down to basement level complete.






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Paradise Cricus - Cropthorne Hotel
The Westside

Height: TBC (Est. 80m) | Floors: 23 | Architect: Ian Springford Architects | Developer Argent

Links: Birmingham forum thread | Official Website
  • Replacement of existing Cropthorne Hotel
  • Wider part of 2.3m sqft Paradise Circus redevelopment
  • Masterplan approved / 10 buildings to be designed by seperate architects. Hotel is Building 1.

  • Current status: Masterplan Approved / Demolition to begin 2014 / Funding in place / Hotel Detailed Planning 2014






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Lumina
Central Business District

Height: TBC (Est. 64m) | Floors: 15 | Architect: Aedas | Developer Sterling Property Ventures

Links: Birmingham forum thread | Official Website
  • 200,000 sqft Grade A Office Development
  • First Venture by Sterling Property
  • Consultation Completed / Detailed Planning Now Underway

  • Current status: Full Planning






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Auchinleck House - Park Regis Hotel
The Westside

Height: 65m | Floors: 15 | Architect: 5 Plus Architects | Client Severn Capital & Staywell Group

Links: Birmingham forum thread | Architects Website | Australian Hotel Chain Make UK Entrance
  • Refurbishment of current 12 storey block plus height increase to accommodate rooftop restaurant and facilities.
  • The plans include a rooftop restaurant which, because of the building’s location at a high point on the city centre ridge, will offer views over Birmingham and beyond.

  • Current status: Approved / Under Construction






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The Vale
University of Birmingham

Height: 61m | Floors: 21 | Architect: Glancy Nicolls Architects | Client University of Birmingham

Links: Birmingham forum thread | Architects Website
  • Student Residential Development - 754 bed spaces within four new buildings ranging in height from 7 storeys to 21 storeys
  • To replace previous 51m student accommodation block.

  • Current status: Approved / Under Construction






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2 Cornwall Street
Central Business District

Height: 58m | Floors: 13 | Architect: Associated Architects | Client West Register

Links: Birmingham forum thread | Architects Website
  • 190,000 sqft Grade A Office Development.
  • Once approved, demolition to begin immediately.

  • Current status: Outline Planning Submitted






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Leisure & Entertainment Projects


Genting Super Casino Resorts World
The NEC

Height: 43m | Floors: 6 | Developer/Contractor: Genting Casinos / Galliford Try

Links: Birmingham forum thread | Official website
  • £150m integrated leisure and entertainment complex.
  • 538,000 sq ft Resorts World will be located on a prime site located on The NEC campus between The LG Arena and the Crowne Plaza Hotel overlooking Pendigo Lake.
  • 170 room four star hotel with five star suites and spa
  • A designer outlet centre with 50 units selling a range of discounted fashion, shoes and electronics
  • A wide range of internationally-themed restaurants and bars


  • Current status: Approved / Under Construction








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The Mailbox - Enhancement
The Westside

Height: N/A | Floors: N/A | Client / Architect: Brockton Capital / Stanton Williams

Links: Birmingham forum thread | Official website
  • £50m Refurbishment - Plans designed by Stirling Prize winning architects, Stanton Williams, will see the entire retail mall enclosed and skylit, to create an urban room with new facades, finishes and store frontages. Improved 'way-finding' throughout the scheme will be introduced.
  • Harvey Nichols to double in size to 46,000 sqft.
  • Shops shut in central area but Harvey Nichols, Emporio Armani, Toni and Guy Essensuals and BBC Birmingham will stay open along with bars, restaurants, hotels, offices and car park
  • Cinema operator Everyman Cinemas will see a three screen, 12,000 sq ft cinema opening late next year.

  • Current status: Approved / Under Construction







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John Lewis - Grand Central Birmingham
City Centre

Height: N/A | Floors: N/A | Client John Lewis | Architect Foreign Office Architects

Links: Birmingham forum thread | Grand Central - Birmingham
  • Opening in 2015, the £100m, 250,000 sqft superstore will be the largest John Lewis outside London.
  • Anchor to wider Grand Central retail development, part of £600m New Street Station refurbishment.
  • Luxury goods retailer The White Company and beauty and body care shops L'Occitane and Kiehls are the other shops confirmed so far.
  • Deals have also been agreed with nine restaurants including Vietnamese-style eatery, Pho, which is opening its first branch outside London and the South East.

  • Current status: Approved / Under Construction







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National Indoor Arena - Refurbishment
The Westside

Height: N/Am | Floors: N/A | Architect: Broadway Malyan | Contractor: BAM

Links: Birmingham forum thread | Official website
  • £20.6 million transformation.
  • Increase to 15,000 Capacity
  • The new design includes further opportunities for retail units with an extra 5,926 m² of pre and post show space added to the 7,500 m² of refurbishment that will take place


  • Current status: Approved / Under Construction







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Birmingham City University - Olympic Size Pool and Sports Complex
Birmingham University

Height: N/A | Floors: N/A | Client Birmingham University | Architect Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands.

Links: Architects Website | Birmingham Post - Press Release
  • £55m Sports Complex + Olympic Size Pool
  • Features an arena sports hall with seating for up to 900 spectators, six squash courts, six activity rooms, a 225 station gym and various other facilities
  • The new Sports Centre will help provide fitting facilities for Birmingham to remain in the UK's top 3 ranked sporting universities.


  • Current status: Approved / Under Construction




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Higher Education / University Developments


Birmingham City UNiversity - Phase 2
City Center

Height: N/A | Floors: 6 | Client/Architects: Birmingham City University/Associated Architects.

Links: Architects website
  • The building is designed to form a ‘front door’ for the university and a landmark at the eastern end of the park, designed to align with the Curzon District of Birmingham’s ‘Big City Plan’.
  • The building has five occupied storeys in Cardigan Street and six in Curzon Street at the end of the park. A two storey element of larger footprint contains the student hub around a secondary atrium engaging the public house.
  • £46.2m Project / Completion 2015

  • Current status: Approved / Under Construction





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Housing / Apartments


Park Central
City Center

Height: N/A | Floors: 8 | Developer: Crest Nicholson

Links: Official website
  • Central Plaza at Park Central located in Birmingham features a pair of iconic, eight storey buildings that rises from the very heart of the development, set on an elevated deck garden.

  • Current status: Approved / Under Construction




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Offices


1 Arena Central
City Center

Height: TBC | Floors: 8 | Developer: Arena Central Developments

Links: Official website
  • The eight-storey building represents the flagship development of the Arena Central masterplan, encompassing 135,000 sqf t of Grade A office space, with typical floorplates of 21,000 sq ft.

    *The upper floors offer 2,500 sq ft of open balconies, providing views over Centenary Square and back across the development and there is provision for 5,000 sq ft of retail on the ground floor. The building also includes 68 car parking spaces in a secure basement environment.

    *1 Arena Central has been designed by noted architect Ken Shuttleworth whose other work includes iconic landmarks such as St Mary Axe (‘the Gherkin’) and City Hall in London, and The Cube in Birmingham and whose practice, Make, is also responsible for Arena Central’s masterplan.

  • Current status: Approved - Completion 2016.




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Arena Central Masterplan
City Center

Height: TBC | Floors: TBC | Developer: Arena Central Developments

Links: Official website
  • Occupying a prominent position at the heart of Birmingham’s city centre, the 9.2 acre Arena Central site fronts Broad Street and lies adjacent to Centenary Square and the Library of Birmingham.

    With outline planning consent already secured for 2.3 million sq ft of mixed-use development set within a brand new, landscaped public realm resembling an urban meadow, Arena Central represents a highly deliverable, highly desirable location for work, leisure and retail.

    *In order to ensure that Arena Central is able to meet the requirements of a continually evolving market, the masterplan is set to be delivered in phases.

    The first phase, incorporating the 1 Arena Central office building fronting Broad Street, two residential buildings and a 250-bed Holiday Inn Express hotel is scheduled to be completed in 2016.

    Future phases will include the delivery of additional office development.

  • Current status: Outline Planning - Approved




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HS2 - High Speed Rail


Curzon Park Central
City Center

Height: N/A | Floors: N/A | Developer: TBC

Links: Official website
  • The Birmingham Curzon HS2 Draft Masterplan presents the proposed HS2 railway as a once in a century opportunity to radically enhance the City’s national rail connectivity and accelerate its economic growth potential. The new line and terminus will provide a catalyst to transform areas of the City Centre and unlock major regeneration sites.

    *Key proposals within the draft masterplan include:

    Promoting the principle of securing world-class architecture for Birmingham Curzon HS2 Station

  • Current status: Proposed - HS2 to be completed by 2026 - HS2 Station to commence 2017.






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So basically all of those pictures are bullshit then?

Not one of those talls are being built, and if they ever will in the future, they certainly won't look like the ones depicted in the pre-recession renders.
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