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Old August 19th, 2015, 08:33 PM   #1
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BIRMINGHAM | Beorma Quarter | Phase 2 | 30 FL | 113m | Pro

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Currently the tallest proposal for Brum. If built it would be third tallest in the city after BT (152m) and HCT (122m), with 103 Colmore Row just behind (109m) followed by Alpha (100m) and the clock tower (100m).

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Application Number 2015/06678/PA
Application Type Full Planning
Site Address 135-143 Digbeth, 3-5 Park Street, 89-91 Allison Street and adjoining land off Allison Street and Well Lane Digbeth Birmingham
Proposal Proposed mixed use development comprising demolition, retention of 135-136 & 137 Digbeth and facade of 138-139 Digbeth and construction of three new blocks including a 30 storey tower to provide retail (Class A1,A2 & A3), business space (Class B1a), residential apartments (Class C3) and live and work units, together with ground source and other energy systems, surface level servicing and new landscape areas (proposed amendments to part of BCC full planning approval 2009/00295/PA as extended by 2012/02937/PA and 2009/00297/PA














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Woah first time seeing this. Looks a bit more practical than the old renders. Shame about them keeping the old 60's/70's frontage.
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