Council approves Court Collaboration’s One Eastside scheme
Court Collaboration’s One Eastside scheme has been approved by Birmingham City Council’s planning committee, paving the way for the tallest residential tower in the Midlands.
The plans, which returned to committee after a recent deferral to allow for further construction details, will see a 51-storey skyscraper built in the city centre, near to the new HS2 station on Curzon Street.
The £160m scheme includes 667 one and two-bedroom apartments delivered across the main 525ft tower and another 15-storey building, with the overall development featuring a range of retail and leisure facilities.
Key features include a gym, yoga room and cinema room, as well as a rooftop dining and bar area in the form of a Sky Lounge.
One Eastside will see Court Collaboration leading the way in the Build to Rent market.
Anthony McCourt, CEO and Founder of Court Collaboration, said: “We’re delighted with the council’s decision to grant planning permission for One Eastside and we hope to be able to confirm a start on site date in the near future. Birmingham is going through some incredibly exciting changes and this ambitious scheme will keep Court Collaboration at the very forefront of modern city living, sustainable design and innovative construction.”
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