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Friday18 August 2017

Associated Architects lined up to spruce up 1960s Brum tower

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Work due to start this summer

Plans by Associated Architects to extend a city centre 1960s office block in Birmingham have been sent in to local planners.

The scheme at 102 Stephenson Street is next door to the city’s New Street station and is being developed by LaSalle Investment Management.

Known as The Charters building, the 10-storey block was originally built for Woolworths and will be reclad with contemporary grey terracotta vertical panels framing new storey-height windows.

The 10,500sq m block will see the top three floors extended to provide a new glazed pavilion.

The city council is expected to make a decision on the plans later this spring with work set to begin this summer.

 

Associated Birmingham tower

The scheme is next door to the city’s New Street station

 

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