The second phase of the Quarter’s regeneration project is soon to be in motion.
Consultation on Great Charles Place, which is set to be built on Ludgate Hill Car Park and is confirmed to contain 320 apartments, office spaces and leisure space along with office units.
CGI images have been released following the public consultation that took place last Monday at St Paul’s Cathedral, launching over plans for a £100 million mixed-use development on the edge of the Jewellery Quarter.
The project is to be named Great Charles Place, and the development will be the first private rented sector (PRS) scheme to be resurrected from Birmingham.
It is being funded by Long Harbour and being developed by Sterling Property Ventures. The developers have taken on projects such as the Lumina scheme and the replacement for the NatWest Tower at 103 Colmore Row in Birmingham’s city centre.
Great Charles Place is not only set to have 320 apartments that range from three bedrooms to studios, there will also be 100 parking spaces available for residents, a 24-hour security overlooking the apartments, communal garden, shared roof terraces as well as a porter service.
Sterling Property Ventures are pursuing to obtain planning permission to commence the second phase of the scheme which involves a 205,000 sq ft office with 40 included basement parking spaces.
We are anticipating the addition of Great Charles Place to the Birmingham Jewellery Quarter! It’s going to help with the overall rejuvenation of the Quarter immensely.