Birmingham City Council’s planning committee voted unanimously to award consent to our design which is expected to commence on site later in 2021.
Mark Robinson commented: “We are pleased to achieve this significant milestone having revised our original plans to include an extra storey of office space, bringing the total lettable floorspace in the building to just over 200,000 sq ft. The new building will also include 30 car parking spaces and 160 cycling spaces.”
Greg Willis at Make Architects said: “With the changes on Broad Street to accommodate the new tram network and the recent overhaul of Centenary Square, this development will finally complete the frontage onto the square, with a distinctive façade that pays homage to its heritage neighbours. It’s an important part of the masterplan, drawing people in and through the site which was formerly inaccessible as the old ATV studios and we welcome the commitment by Kier and BCC to this important part of the city’s regeneration.”