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Beorma Quarter – Phase 2

Work will soon start on the second phase of the Beorma Quarter project, creating one of Birmingham’s tallest office and residential buildings. To make way for the new Beorma tower, the old cinema currently sat derelict on Park Street (opposite … Continue reading

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Beorma Rising

After more than five years waiting, it seems the 30-storey tower of the Beorma Quarter will rise in 2016, following unanimous support by the council’s planning committee earlier this month. This second part of the project will have 125 apartments, … Continue reading

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Foundations of Beorma

Dave Whittall send us the following progress report on the Beorma Quarter development recently. The foundations begin…..the skyscraper follows @digbeth @mydigbeth @ILoveDigbeth @TheRealSuki10C pic.twitter.com/iwZEmbxP1q — David Whittall (@BoogieDave) January 20, 2014   It seems as though the foundations of what … Continue reading

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Beorma Quarter back on track?

The Beorma Quarter, named after the man who founded Birmingham in the seventh century, was first mooted four years ago. The first phase of the project was due to begin in late 2012, seeing the transformation of the Victorian Grade … Continue reading

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Beorma Quarter

By now everyone probably knows about the Beorma Quarter – a huge new tower planned for the Digbeth Cold Storage/former Hennessey’s site on Digbeth High Street. Many years since it was first visualised, Salhia Real Estate (Kuwaiti Sovereign Fund) have … Continue reading

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Beorma Quarter back on track

Plans for the Beorma Quarter – named after the Anglo-Saxon king who gave his name to the city of Birmingham – were first mooted in 2008. However, after several delays, the development is now back on track according to the … Continue reading

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Sky High Burgage

As Digbeth tries to clear it’s collective head after possibly the best St Patrick’s Day ever it is time to look forward once again. Perhaps not only forward but upwards, up 27 stories in fact. I’ve spent some time reading … Continue reading

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