Westminster Works is located within £1 billion regeneration zone in Birmingham City and close to the planned Smithfield regeneration.
The development offers city living within a vibrant new neighbourhood with 220 contemporary one and two bedroom apartments set around a central courtyard. Residents will enjoy the benefit of concierge services, 24/7 security, a parcel and food delivery facility.
The scheme comprises a modern appearance both internally and externally. The units will be open plan, modern Private Rental Scheme style units and configured around a central courtyard and access cores. There will be a roof garden.
There are 220 units currently incorporated into the design with a balanced mix of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. The scheme can be delivered in 2 phases, with separate accesses onto Cheapside and Alcester Street.
The site is within 10 minutes walking distance from the Bull Ring Centre and less than 1km from New Street Station, Birmingham’s principal mainline railway station. Other public transport links within easy walking distance are Digbeth Coach Station, Moor Street Station and Bordesley Street Station (all within 500m).
On the High Street there are many bus routes which run along Digbeth/Deritend High Streets and Bradford Street. These bus routes are major arteries into the centre of the city from the east. The site is well connected with the centre of Birmingham due to its proximity and location on one of the main routes into the city.
250 Years Leasehold
Estimated Completion: Q1 2021
Parcel and food delivery facility
Online tenant portal
Car parking and cycle storage
Central communal courtyard
Professional building management
Our newest development is made up of a collection of sleek, luxurious apartments in one of Birmingham city centre’s most sought after districts, Digbeth. The prime setting, along with the superb design of the apartments set these one and two-bedroom homes apart from anything else on offer within Birmingham city centre. Westminster Works has been designed to take Birmingham city living to the next level.
With an economy worth £24.8 billion, Birmingham had a growth rate of 19.8% in the last five years and is one of the largest growing city economies in the UK. The following are just some of the reasons why Birmingham is fast becoming one of the most attractive places to invest in. Birmingham property prices have risen by 3.63% in the past year and by 29.52% in the past five years according to data from Zoopla. The annual price rise is comfortably ahead of the UK’s average property price increase, which Knight Frank reports to be 2.6% for the year to January 2018.
Areas such as Digbeth have risen to national and even international prominence as a result of their extensive regeneration work. In the case of Digbeth, this work is set to continue for many years, as Birmingham ensures that its quirky creative quarter continues to grow in prominence.
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