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Louisa Ryland House

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44 Newhall StreetBirmingham B3 3PL West MidlandsWest Midlands
Ref: 7248

  • Size 80,459.00 ft² (7,474.88 m²)
  • Price: Price on application
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Louisa Ryland House offers an opportunity for conversion to a hotel or serviced apartment use, subject to the receipt of planning

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The existing property comprises three distinct but interconnected office buildings that offer a combined total of 80,459 sq ft of office accommodation, inclusive of 7,840 sq ft at basement level. Originally built between 1879 and 1883 the combined buildings comprise:


• 44-46 Newhall Street (formerly known as Board of Guardians Office)
• 96 Edmund Street (formerly known as Empire House)
• 98 Edmund Street (formerly known as School Board Offices)


The buildings were substantially rebuilt and amalgamated to provide a single integrated floor plate in 1985. These works involved retaining the Grade II listed façade whilst a new steel frame was installed behind. The amalgamated property has an L-shaped floor plate with an internal courtyard filling the remaining area as part of a rectangular shaped site.
44-46 Newhall Street extends across basement, ground and four upper floors with the fifth floor solely providing plant space whilst 96 and 98 Edmund Street are arranged over ground and five upper floors. Again, the sixth floor is reserved for plant. Within 44-46 Newhall Street the basement level is arranged as storage accommodation.

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Long leasehold from Birmingham City Council for a term of 150 years, expiring 30 March 2165. The future ground rent from a commercial scheme will be 1% of rents received, and for a future residential scheme is £300 per unit subject to 5 yearly RPI uplifts. Further information is available on request.

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