Fresh plans for a £90m project to build almost 400 apartments as part of a wider regeneration scheme in Birmingham have been published.

Court Collaboration has submitted a outline matters planning application for 392 flats as part of the wider New Garden Square project, off Hagley Road on the Calthorpe Estate. They will be revealing exclusive insights into this development at our upcoming Birmingham & West Midlands event.

Previous outline permission for the wider £300m scheme was granted by Birmingham City Council in September 2017.

The proposals include a mix of one, two and three-bedroom properties, with a range of private car parking spaces.

Subject to planning approval, the scheme will be Court’s third build-to-rent project in the region.

The scheme is a key aspect of the wider New Garden Square masterplan being developed by Calthorpe Estates and U+I.

Alex Neale, managing director at Court Collaboration, said: “As well as delivering stunning properties, Court Collaboration is committed to creating developments which support local communities and their economies, so we’re very much looking forward to building these new homes and working in collaboration with Calthorpe Estates as the mixed-use New Garden Square project comes forward.

“Work is set to begin next spring, when we’ll be applying a range of modern construction methods to make the most of sustainable building and the highest quality product, with completion anticipated by Q2 2022.”

Ralph Minott, development director at Calthorpe Estates, added: “We are delighted with the Court Collaboration proposals and at seeing the residential element of New Garden Square coming forward.

“Calthorpe Estates are excited by the architect’s, Glancy Nicholls, innovative and landmark design for the residential scheme, which excellently complements our New Garden Square regeneration masterplan, alongside our partner U+I’s recently approved NGS1, the first commercial phase designed by Glenn Howells Architect’s.

“Furthermore, the new Metro extension and terminus, where construction works are in full swing, will greatly enhance Edgbaston’s connection with Birmingham city centre.”