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Upper Trinity Street in Digbeth, Birmingham

Invest in Upper Trinity Street (UTS), a 5.1-acre site, and help convert the existing industrial environment into a new cultural, commercial and residential neighbourhood.

The vision is for UTS to form part of the wider evolution of Digbeth and complement other development proposals in the area.

The project promoter is interested in collaborating with international investors to discuss equity funding for this mixed-use opportunity.

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Location:

Digbeth, Birmingham

Investment type:

Capital investment - real estate

Sector:

(Greener buildings, Real estate, Mixed use, Offices, Residential, Retail, leisure & creative)

Project promoter:

Cole Waterhouse Ltd

Scale:

£260 million GDV

Planning status:

Detailed planning obtained

Lisa Longstaff

Lisa Longstaff

Senior Investment Specialist

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Sector and market opportunity

This project gives investors an opportunity to radically enhance the acceleration of Birmingham’s economic growth potential.

The development aims to restore the urban fabric along UTS and provide an urban environment for both pedestrians at street level, those walking along the potential future Sky Park and passengers travelling in by train.

When complete, the development will consist of approximately 943 homes, including 1, 2 and 3-bed flats as well as duplex apartments.

It will also have a live-work space, a creative, cultural and shared event space, 60,000 square feet of commercial space and a 133-bed hotel.

Location

The new development will be at heart of Birmingham city centre. The area is currently undergoing significant large-scale transformation and is now home to many global firms such at HSBC, PwC and most recently Goldman Sachs.

Connectivity

South Birmingham has strong development potential and will create a great community for people to live and work.

It is close to Birmingham city centre and there are planned improvements to transport infrastructure, including the development of the new West Midlands Metro line and HS2 Curzon Street station.

Local talent and skills

The West Midlands Combined Authority has one of the fastest growing economies of any combined authority in the UK, with a GVA growth rate of 25.5% over the last 5 years.

The wider region is home to 8 universities producing over 55,000 graduates per year. There are also 1.3 million people under the age of 25 who live in the region.

Further details

UTS will bring economic benefits, such as creating jobs for the local residents, both during construction and operation.

It will also support the mayor’s policy on developing brownfield land across the region to create much-needed affordable housing.

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) highlights

The development of UTS will include a sustainable design and have public realm within the wider masterplan.

Promoters and partnerships

Cole Waterhouse is working alongside Birmingham City Council and has received support from the West Midlands Combined Authority to bring this scheme forward.

The company has a track record in uncovering under-recognised, off-market opportunities.

The promoters have developed schemes across different regions to ensure it is contributing to the wider government ambition to increase economic growth across the UK.

Local and national government support

The West Midlands mayor has been highly supportive of this development.

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