Work to start on £150m regeneration scheme

An artist’s impression of the 27-storey tower that will be the centrepiece of the Beorma Quarter

A multi-million pound regeneration scheme in Digbeth is set to get the go ahead after Birmingham City Council approved plans for the first phase of the development.

The decision paves the way for developers behind the £150 million Beorma Quarter to start work on site later this year.

The Beorma Quarter, which is being funded by Salhia, one of Kuwait’s leading real estate development and investment companies, is a major mixed-use scheme totaling more than 600,000 sq ft of offices, leisure and retail space, a hotel and public square.

The centerpiece of the development will be an impressive 27-storey tower, which will provide more than 300,000 sq ft of Grade A office accommodation. Continue reading

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