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Old October 27th, 2018, 07:40 PM   #1
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Found this Prosperity development while having a nosey online, don't think it's been covered on here yet? Just south of Highgate park.

Says it'll be done for Q3 2020.

https://prosperity-wealth.co.uk/developments/park-view/
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Old October 27th, 2018, 09:57 PM   #2
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Found this Prosperity development while having a nosey online, don't think it's been covered on here yet? Just south of Highgate park.

Looks about 10-11 floors judging by the perspective on the picture... can't post it on my phone though. Regardless it's some impressive height considering how far out of the centre it is.

Says it'll be done for Q3 2020.

https://prosperity-wealth.co.uk/developments/park-view/

Highgate Park could be reinvented as a classy go to address if enough apartments were built around its perimeter.
That link also refers to another development in Birmingham city centre called ONE BHM, ...never heard of it?..
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Old October 27th, 2018, 10:41 PM   #3
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Highgate Park could be reinvented as a classy go to address if enough apartments were built around its perimeter.
That link also refers to another development in Birmingham city centre called ONE BHM, ...never heard of it?..
I'm pretty sure it's been mentioned on here before, but it's a 13-14 fl apartment block near the edge of the ring road (behind Arena Birmingham). Bit of a random place to put a new resi but it's good that we're spreading out.
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Old October 27th, 2018, 10:43 PM   #4
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Here's the only image we have right now...

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Old October 27th, 2018, 11:01 PM   #5
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Myles, don't by the images on their website, it's an absolute mess and they just throw random photos on their project pages. The photo you've posted above is a development elsewhere in the country, plus there is a brochure on the link you've posted and it says it's only 3 floors.
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Old October 27th, 2018, 11:08 PM   #6
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another development in Birmingham city centre called ONE BHM, ...never heard of it?..
Was that a Q to Myles or are you saying you've never heard of it. Stray ? doesn't help.

'One Bham' is perhaps Prosperitys next development. It's situated on the Mini dealership on Summer Hill Road. It's been talked about on these pages at length for the last six months. We know what it looks like, where its going and how big it'll be. It's at a pre-app stage so it is subject to change. We'll know for certain though once a planning application arrives.

It will sit adjacent Galliard & Apsley House Capitals JV across the road & Elevate Property Groups Heaton House (which is deserving of a thread) & ofc Seven Capitals 'Quadrant'. All resi orientated.

https://www.rightmove.co.uk/develope...BHM-74829.html

Pics of ONE Bham - posted in link form so it doesn't detract away from Park View (although I've already failed that test, oopsy (!))

Pic 1, Pic 2 & Pic 3

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Found this Prosperity development while having a nosey online, don't think it's been covered on here yet? Just south of Highgate park.

Looks about 10-11 floors judging by the perspective on the picture... can't post it on my phone though. Regardless it's some impressive height considering how far out of the centre it is.

Says it'll be done for Q3 2020.
We've also known about this for ages now mate. We know it'll go on Darwin Street, but where, we don't know yet. It may involve the demolition of this building which may or may not have been snapped up since then.

We don't know what it'll look like, how big it'll be or anything just yet. It may be that it never comes to fruition, not until we see some confirmation, hence why a thread wasn't previously made.

Also it is worth pointing out that Prosperity do have this annoying trait of using generic photos of random buildings for most of their developments on that website, so there's a strong possibility it may not even look like that image you've just posted, or maybe it will.

All that aside, it'll be a great opportunity for this area to get some loving & what views they'll potentially have of the city centre too!
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Thanks guys - don't understand why these bloody developers make things so confusing and inaccurate.
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I came into the thread thinking the app was in
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Application Number2019/03469/PA
Application TypeFull Planning
Site Address58-66 Darwin Street Highgate Birmingham B12 0TP
ProposalDemolition of existing building and erection of a part 5/part 6 storey building providing 116 apartments, parking, amenity space and associated development


Demolition of industrial buildings and the erection of a six storey residential building comprising 116 one, two and three-bed apartments (45 one bed, 67 two bed and 4 three bed apartments), with internal courtyard and 24 car, 116 cycle and two disabled spaces.

Materials: Black brick & corrugated metal cladding







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As I put in the main development thread a month or so ago when they updated their website it will be interesting to see what the prices/sales/take up is around here as some of the surrounding areas 2 or 3 streets away are an absolute dump. The whole area could do with a widespread CPO and masterplan and because of the lack of this developments such as St Luke’s further over have had to put plans forward that fit with the existing area rather than what it probably could or will look like in the future.

It’s a missed opportunity in my opinion as it could have massively increased the density around here having a whole district design and built in the same style such as some of those earlier Bradford St designs or Westminster Works and also put forward a separate metro track through this area rather than one that will end up running along existing roads, much improving the speeds and usage of network.
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Demolition of industrial buildings and the erection of a six storey residential building comprising 116 one, two and three-bed apartments (45 one bed, 67 two bed and 4 three bed apartments), with internal courtyard and 24 car, 116 cycle and two disabled spaces.

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plus 19.5% (23 dwellings) of affordable housing
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Weren't we saying not long ago that Highgate was an absolute dead zone development wise
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Decent replacement to be fair
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Major flats plans revealed for old East End Foods depot site.


www.insidermedia.com/insider/midlands/major-flats-plans-revealed-for-old-food-depot-site
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Demolition underway with an acoustic assessment to be submitted in the next few weeks as of the 12th Sept:

https://prosperity-wealth.co.uk/developments/park-view/
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