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The Timber Yard, Birmingham

St Paul’s Quarter, Birmingham

Soho Wharf, Birmingham

Belgrave Village, Birmingham

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A development portfolio centred around brownfield regeneration and urban placemaking. Focusing on regional cities and economies in UK.

WHS Bristol

WHS Bristol

WHS Bristol

WHS Bristol

The council is working with local landowners the Apsley Galliard Partnership and the Hill Group, and the local community to produce a new Regeneration Framework which is the first stage of the long-term regeneration of the area.

The ambition for the area is to create a thriving neighbourhood with new homes, better community, cultural and public spaces, and new job opportunities.

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Lower Essex

Lower Essex

Lower Essex

Lower Essex

Mixed-use residential-led scheme comprising 627 apartments and circa 20,000 sq. ft. of commercial space. With a focus on amenity the scheme will deliver a clubhouse, roof garden, two courtyards and a balcony ratio of circa 50%.

The plans include a new pedestrian access connecting Hurst Street with Lower Essex Street.

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The Timber Yard, Birmingham

The Timber Yard, Birmingham

The Timber Yard, Birmingham

The Timber Yard, Birmingham

Located between Pershore Street and Hurst Street in the Chinese Quarter, Timber Yard was our first development in Birmingham. Introducing the architectural language and quality of materials to be synonymous with future developments.

Many apartments come with a choice of outside space with balconies, terraces and winter gardens on offer.

The scheme consists of 379 apartments, circa 7,000 sq ft of commercial space and a 3,000 sq ft clubhouse.

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St Paul’s Quarter, Birmingham

St Paul’s Quarter, Birmingham

St Paul’s Quarter, Birmingham

St Paul’s Quarter, Birmingham

Mixed-use residential-led scheme comprising 305 apartments – including lofts and duplexes – and circa 100,000 sq. ft. of commercial space, including affordable business and ground floor retail space across 20 buildings, as well as a new public square in the centre of the scheme.

Two Grade II listed buildings will be preserved as well as two further buildings considered to be of architectural merit.

The plans include a new pedestrian boulevard from Newhall Street into the heart of the Jewellery Quarter. Northwood Street, now a private road will also be opened up to the public.

Robin Norstrom, Director at Apsley House Capital, said: “As well as delivering new homes in one of Birmingham’s most attractive areas we are also creating a new commercial destination, made unique by its heritage, location and offering.”

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Soho Wharf, Birmingham

Soho Wharf, Birmingham

Soho Wharf, Birmingham

Soho Wharf, Birmingham

Soho Wharf consist of 102 two and three-bedroom townhouses and 650 one and two-bedroom apartments, more than 10,000 sq ft of commercial space, new public realm, parks and gardens, and shared amenity spaces.

New pedestrian, cycle and vehicle routes will also be created to enable public access through the site, with a new canal bridge connecting the area with the existing towpath to provide a direct route into the city centre.

The project was acquired by Heimstaden Bostad in 2021 for £160m – the largest forward-funding transaction outside of London.

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Belgrave Village, Birmingham

Belgrave Village, Birmingham

Belgrave Village, Birmingham

Belgrave Village, Birmingham

Belgrave Village brings a design-led high-quality housing scheme to the centre of Birmingham. Located between the city centre and Moseley and next door to Edgbaston the development is ideally located for those who like to stay local to central Birmingham but also enjoy more outside space and a suburban public realm.

The scheme consist of 326 apartments and 112 houses over 12-acres of landscaped public realm.

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