Ref 69374

Brasshouse Centre

50 Sheepcote Street
B16 8AJ Birmingham

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Size0.60 ac / 0.24 ha


Prime city centre redevelopment opportunity with potential for high density new build development

  • Site extends to c 0.68 acres
  • Site is offered with the benefit of a new 250 year long leasehold interest


Situated just off Broad Street to the west of Birmingham city centre the site measures c.0.68 acres.

The site is bounded by Sheepcote Street to the east, Essington Street to the north and wrapped around by hotel and leisure accommodation for the remaining boundaries.

This is a prime high-density development opportunity located within a short walking distance from Birmingham’s vibrant leisure, retail, and commercial offerings.


The site extends to c.0.68 acres (0.28 ha). The site and existing building does not have a specific land-use designation in the BDP.

Its current use is education, with ancillary surface car parking. The accommodation on site comprises a primary building with a first floor walkway to a detached rear block which in total extends to c.34,000 sq ft GIA.

Offers are invited on both a conditional and unconditional basis for a 250 year long leasehold interest.

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Location and Transport

The subject site is centrally located, 600m to the west of the city centre, with vehicular access from Sheepcote Street, close to its junction to Broad Street. Brindleyplace is less than a 2 minute walk with the city centre’s retail core (including the Mail Box and the Bull Ring), together with New Street train station, within a 15 minute walk. Five Ways train station, which provides connections to The University of Birmingham is an 8 minute walk to the south.


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