PLANS to make significant changes to the iconic Fort Dunlop building have today been approved by Birmingham City Council.The plans include additional space on the roof of the building, a new decked car park, and the creation of garden bridge walkways. The addition of the new deck car park structure will help create an additional 450 new parking spaces on site.
PART of an historic Grade II listed building in Birmingham city centre has been sold in a deal worth £1m.
The deal sees Monopro, a private family investment company, acquire the leasehold interest in the ground floor and basement of the shops, offices and former Methodist meeting hall at Central Hall, Corporation Street.
CIRCLE Property has bought Somerset House, the former headquarters of law firm Shakespeares in central Birmingham, for £7.8m.
DEMOLITION work is set to begin on the £500m scheme set to transform the site of Birmingham’s Paradise Circus.The clearance work, which starts later today, will eventually pave the way for the construction of the first phase of the Paradise Regeneration scheme.
SOLIHULL’S Birmingham Business Park has welcomed two new occupiers as demand for office space in the out-of-town office market continues.
A total of more than 12,000 sq ft of office space has been let across deals with two new occupiers, GP Strategies and CREATE Fertility.
RESEARCH from property consultancy Knight Frank has revealed Grade A office take up in Birmingham fell by more than any of the country’s top ten regional cities in the third quarter of this year.
BIRMINGHAM remains one of the most desirable investment destinations in the country according to a new report from Bilfinger GVA.
The information is taken from the property adviser’s latest Regional Investment Market Outlook report which highlights investment activity in the UK’s Big Six regional cities – Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds and Manchester – across the offices, industrial and retail sectors.
ONE of Birmingham’s offices - 1 Brindleyplace – has been sold in a deal reported to be worth £37m.
GLL Real Estate, a German fund manager, is understood to have completed the acquisition from Trinova Real Estate in a deal part advised out of Birmingham.
INVESTOR interest in central Birmingham office stock shows no sign of abating as two more buildings are sold
THE third quarter take-up figures for the central Birmingham office market reveal the city has already outperformed the total for 2014.
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