Together with our joint venture partners, Galliard Homes, we are delighted to share with you our ambitions for the five major schemes in Birmingham's city centre. Timber Yard is the first project to start on site and with the other schemes at different stages of the design and planning process, we look forward to updating this page as the projects progress.
Currently on site and set for completion Q4 2021, Timber Yard comprises 379 contemporary apartments within the heart of the Chinese Quarter. A mix of studios, one, two and three bedroom apartments have access to central landscaped gardens and benefit from concierge service and access to a private gym, club lounge and screening room.View
Well connected and occupying a gateway position to Birmingham’s sought-after Jewellery Quarter, this 4 acre site, subject to planning, will provide in excess of 400 homes.View
An impressive and unique mixed used 4-acre scheme which seeks to utilise and enhance a number of existing heritage buildings within the proposed development. Should planning be granted the development shall provide 320 apartments along with 86,000 sq ft of independent retail, leisure and workspace creating both new homes and increased employment within the area.View
A 12 acre site which sits alongside the old BCN Main Line canal forming part of the wider Greater Icknield Masterplan. The planning application submitted aims to regenerate and transform a derelict industrial estate into a brand new canal side community with public piazzas and quayside canal boat moorings and provides new homes for in excess of 2,000 people. A new footbridge will provide new pedestrian and cycle routes along the canal to Brindleyplace and beyond.View
A landmark mixed use village that will create a new community in the heart of Birmingham. Plans are currently being worked on and subject to planning permission this scheme will provide 85,000 sq ft of retail space along with over 100 town houses, transforming 12 acres of vacant land creating new homes and employment within touching distance of the city centre. The development is also well placed to benefit from a number of local open spaces and parks.View