In order for the Golden Square to begin its construction, the Pavilion had to be taken down, but now it is set to reappear in Sutton Coldfield.

The information point appeared in the Jewellery Quarter in the late 90s, opened by Prince Charles following a competition that occurred amongst the students at the Prince of Wales Institute of Architecture.

The £1.6 million Golden Square development has lead to the pavilion’s relocation to the Upper Parade in Sutton Coldfield; it is expected to be opening up to the public within a couple of months.

The initial purpose of the building was a visitor centre that offered information to visitors about the Quarter’s local businesses, if any events were happening and specific places of interest around Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter.

The distinctive copper-roofed building has now been dismantled and is set to move next to Corstone’s existing marquee in the north of Birmingham.

Gerald Pountney, director, says: “We are very pleased to have helped save the pavilion and, given the connection with Prince Charles, to be bringing it to a prominent site in the Royal Borough of Sutton Coldfield.

Fleurets, Birmingham office property company, is the sole letting agency for the pavilion and are situated in St Paul’s Square.

Director, Paul Newby, commented: “This is a very interesting outdoor retailing opportunity in a busy part of the town centre.

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