Projects > Eastside Locks Masterplan

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  • Birmingham
  • Client: Goodman
  • Size: 10.5 acres
  • Services: Masterplanning
    Architecture

Eastside Locks is a 10.5 acre mixed use regeneration project in the Eastside Locks area of Birmingham, near to the proposed HS2 terminus, and forms part of the wider Eastside Regeneration Area of Birmingham - a technology-led, mixed-use area, which builds upon the technology and science based activities of the local universities and Science Park.

The masterplan incorporates residential, office and University uses, notably for Birmingham City University (BCU).  The scheme regenerates a vital brownfield site within Birmingham’s Eastside providing key frontage to Birmingham City Council’s outstanding City Park.

Utilising the City Park as its front door, the scheme integrates Listed structures and draws on the distinct on-site ‘canalside’ environment, providing over 1.2 million square feet of development including prime office solutions, city centre residential, retail and community buildings.

Initial phases have already been completed, including The Joseph Priestley Building for BCU.  Our STEAMhouse2 project for Goodman and BCU, incorporating the locally listed Belmont Works, has won Planning Approval and will incorporate the University’s STEM Faculty and accommodation for entrepreneur business start ups.

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