Full Webinar Video & Presentations: Birmingham & West Midlands Regeneration & Development Plans

£25.00

Product Information:

This product gives you access to the recording of our webinar - including speaker discussions, presentations and Q&A.

Event Information: 

This webinar will focus on the development activity in Birmingham and the wider city region, whilst also addressing some of the key issues and challenges which we as an industry face in the coming months. Speakers will be invited to share details on their current development programme and future pipelines as well as providing advice and opinion on what the industry needs to do to survive the current crisis, what is requires in the short term and how we will manage the increased demand and activity once the UK recovers.

Speakers for this event include:

  • Apsley House Capital – with five major schemes in Birmingham city centre comprising over 3,000 residential units and several hundred thousand square feet of retail, leisure and employment space, Apsley House Capital are the West Midlands most active developers. Robin will share intel on their upcoming £165 million Soho Wharf and the £125 million St Paul’s Quarter projects as well as announcing a major new scheme in the city.
  • Bruntwood SciTech – are bringing forward the £30 million, 120,000 sq ft Enterprise Wharf development as part of Innovation Birmingham Campus – the UK’s largest tech campus. The plans, which have just been approved by Birmingham City Council, will provide workspace for digital and tech businesses, allowing new companies to join the more than 170 who already call the campus their home. David will share details on how the project will move forward in the coming months.
  • Urban Growth Company – A catalyst for infrastructure related development, the Urban Growth Company are responsible for the HS2 hub in Solihull and the forthcoming redevelopment of Birmingham International Station. June is described as the perfect time for UGC to speak as they will be in a position to reveal more details around procurement for each scheme.