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Former Goods Yard
62-70 Pershore Street
B5 4ST Birmingham
Former goods yard site totalling approx 0.27 acres.
- Situated in the heart of Birmingham City Centre
JLL are appointed to dispose of the Former Goods Yard at 62 – 70 Pershore Street, Birmingham, B5 4ST. Situated in the heart of Birmingham city centre the site measures approximately 0.27 acres
The site is bounded by Pershore Street to the east and wrapped around by the existing leisure scheme known as “The Arcadian Centre” for the remaining boundaries. This is a prime development opportunity located within a short walking distance from Birmingham’s main retail offering and Birmingham New Street Railway Station.
The site falls under the jurisdiction of Birmingham City Council (BCC).
The site is not currently allocated for a specific use or development. However, within the immediate vicinity of the site two schemes, The Forum (11 storeys with 336 apartments) and True Student Birmingham - 42/45 Upper Dean Street/ Pershore Street (399 student beds), have received planning permission for apartment based developments and are now complete and under construction respectively.
Informal discussions have been held with Birmingham City Council (BCC) to confirm potential for the redevelopment of the subject site. The key planning policy’s to consider include but are not limited to: Policy GA1: City Centre, Policy TP28: The location of new housing and Policy TP30: The type, size and density of new housing. Dependent on the type of proposed accommodation Policy TP33: Student Accommodation may also apply.
No schemes have been favoured and it should be noted that the opposite side of the road is allocated as ‘City Centre - Southern Gateway’ for mixed use development. The same area is also designated within the Smithfield Masterplan. The subject site is not within either of these allocations. The site also is not in a Conservation Area.
Interested parties with planning enquiries should contact Birmingham City Council Planning Department.