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6-7 Newhall Square now fully let

RO St Bernards (ROSB) has let the remaining space at its 6-7 Newhall Square office development, in Birmingham.

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) has taken 7,385 sq ft at the development, for a new regional headquarters.

MADE, the architecture centre for the West Midlands, moved into the building in October last year and occupies 3,089 sq ft on the ground floor. The child protection charity will occupy the remaining four floors, on a ten-year lease. The rent is undisclosed.

6-7 Newhall Square, Newhall Street, is part of the £63million mixed-used Newhall Square scheme. The office development comprises 10,856 sq ft.

Also at Newhall Square is a 100-bed Travelodge, the hotel chain’s best performing UK operation, fronting a temporary public square; 144 Newhall Street, a Grade II listed building refurbished to create 6,028 sq ft m of office space, let to Ormiston Academies Trust; and The Engine Room, the refurbished former exhibition hall of the Science Museum, now 5,283 sq ft of space suitable for bar/restaurant or office/studio use.

With the exception of The Engine Room, which is currently under offer, phase one of the scheme is now fully occupied. Design and build packages from 10,000 sq ft – 100,000 sq ft are available on phase two.

Agents on the scheme are Colliers International and GBR Phoenix Beard.

Savills advised the NSPCC.

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