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Green light for Birmingham gateway

The first phase of Birmingham’s City Park Gate brownfield regeneration project has been given the go-ahead by city planners.

The initial phase of the 100,000 sq m mixed-use development will include offices and public space, with subsequent phases expected to include apartments, retail units, a hotel, bars and restaurants.

The development will become a gateway into Eastside, Birmingham’s new learning, technology and heritage quarter.

Engineering consultancy Buro Happold - which is carrying out structural and ground engineering as well as being involved in the infrastructure and environmental aspects - is working with Make and Associated Architects on the project.

The scheme is being developed for client Quintain Estates and Development.