Eastside

Description

Eastside is a central focus for regeneration activity in the City Centre that has brought about the emergence of the area as a location for knowledge, skills and innovation. It has both great potential for accommodating the expansion of the City Core uses through major mixed-use development alongside the established science, technology and learning activities. The new £11.75m City Park provides an exceptional centre piece for the area with further Birmingham City Council investments including a milti-storey car park, enhanced road and water management infrastructure helping to facilitate development. The proposals for High Speed Rail will bring a new terminus station to the area in 2026 delivering unrivalled access to London.

Sites

Curzon Park

Mixed use development scheme for office, residential, hotel, retail, leisure and medical centre with outline planning permission for total floorspace of 130,000 sq.m The site is the proposed home of the new High Speed Rail terminus. Opportunities will arise for development in association with the station itself.

Site Map – Curzon Park

City Park Gate

Mixed use development scheme with masterplan in place and outline planning permission for six development plots totalling 93,700 sq.m of floorspace. The 4* Hotel La Tour has already been delivered. The site is the proposed home of the new High Speed rail terminus. Opportunities will arise for development in association with the station itself.

Site Map – City Park Gate

Birmingham City University Campus

Birmingham City University’s new landmark City Centre campus will deliver cutting-edge modern educational and media facilities for the Birmingham Institute of Art & Design (BIAD).

Future phases will complete this major new campus facility in the heart of the City Centre.

Site Map – BCU Campus

Fox Street

The Birmingham City Council owned site is on the doorstep of the new City Park. The site provides a development opportunity for a range of uses to complement the wider Eastside regeneration.

Contacts

Curzon Park

Grainger PLC

Telephone:+44 (0) 207 795 4700
E-Mail:mwoodrow@graingerplc.co.uk

City Park Gate

Quintain

Telephone:+44 (0) 207 478 9371
E-Mail:award@quintain.co.uk

Birmingham City University Campus

Birmingham City University

Telephone:+44 (0) 121 331 5355
E-Mail:graham.rhodes@bcu.ac.uk

Fox Street

Birmingham City Council

Telephone: +44 (0) 121 303 1115
Email: planningandregenerationrnquiries@birmingham.gov.uk
Benefits
  • Site Development
  • Infrastructure – Improved connections to the City Core.
  • Simplified Planning
  • Superfast Broadband
  • Rates Relief
  • Business Support – Financial Support, FDI Incentive, Skills Development.