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Rooftop terrace part of revamp plans in the heart of Birmingham business district

by | 19 Sep 23 | Featured Slider, Landscape Architecture, News

Black rectangular plant pots lined up against a glass barrier on a rooftop terrace.

Wholesale renovation plans set for a 1980s office block in Birmingham’s business district include a new roof top terrace and external feature redesigns. 

The six-storey building has approximately 68,000 sq ft of internal floor space and is in ‘immediate need’ of rejuvenation, according to a report submitted in support of the planning application.

The building’s current amenities do “not provide any tenant amenity space.” The new plans, designed by Birmingham-based practice Associated Architects, look to “repurpose” parts of the existing building, and will see the installation of a new rooftop terrace and sky lounge.

Six electric vehicle charging points, a 44-space cycle hub and changing facilities are also included in the plans, reducing the number of car parking bays from 30 to 19.

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