51-storey Birmingham resi tower approved for second time following planning blunder

Plans for a 51-storey, 667-home tower in Birmingham have been approved for the second time after its original consent was overturned last year because the council failed to include an objection from a conservation campaign group in a report to its planning committee.

by Ellie Kahn
The proposed tower at One Eastside (Pic: Court Collaboration)
The proposed tower at One Eastside (Pic: Court Collaboration)

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