Birmingham Council's housing arm secures consent for 300-home scheme

Birmingham City Council has given the go-ahead for its housing development arm to construct 298 homes on the site of a former sewage works in the east of the city, in line with a recommendation from planners who advised that the scheme would help regenerate a derelict site.

by Ben Cooper
A visualisation of the Birmingham development (pic: BM3 Architecture)
A visualisation of the Birmingham development (pic: BM3 Architecture)

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