Jewellery Quarter

Description

The Jewellery Quarter is a special part of Birmingham’s heritage; an asset that is unique internationally as a centre of excellence in the manufacture and trade of jewellery. In recent years the Quarter has seen the growth of professional practices, the creative industries and a thriving residential community, creating a vibrant business and residential hub on the edge of the City Core with significant opportunities for future growth.

Sites

St George’s Urban Village

The St. Goerge’s development will offer a mixed-use development of up to 58,000 sq.m of low carbon BREEAM excellent offices alongside 2 hotels, apartments, car parking, shops and leisure space in the Indistrial Fringe of the Jewellery Quarter. Outline planning permission is in place for this mixed use development.

Site Map – St Georges Urban Village

University College Birmingham

The new University College Birmingham campus will create a world class centre for education and the creative industries. Development of the first phase on site and set to complete in 2013.

Site Map – UCB

Newhall Square

The Newhall Square development will provide 16,827 sq.m of leisure, hotel, retail and offices space and 234 premium apartments. Planning permission is in place for this mixed use development with the hotel element of the scheme delivered. Two development plots are available and Birmingham City Council should be contacted for information. The second hotel scheme is being progressed.

Site Map – Newhall Square

Ludgate Hill

Ludgate Hill presents an opportunity for an office-led mixed use development of up to 55,000 sq.m on the doorstep of Snow Hill Station and the Central Business District. Focussed around a central square, the first phase will provide a multi-storey car park.

Site Map – Ludgate Hill

Contacts

Birmingham City Council

Telephone:+44 (0) 121 303 3075
E-Mail:enterprisezone@birmingham.gov.uk

St. George’s Urban Village

DTZ

Telephone:+44 (0) 121 200 2050
E-Mail:info@stgeorgesbirmingham.com

University College Birmingham

University College Birmingham
Telephone:+44 (0) 121 604 1000
E-Mail:m.harkin@ucb.ac.uk

Newhall Square

Neville & Elias Topping

Telephone:+44 (0) 121 248 3355
E-Mail:neville.topping@eliastopping.co.uk

Ludgate Hill

Abstract Land

Telephone:+44 (0) 207 7747 8277
E-Mail:james.howarth@abstractland.co.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.