Birmingham approves medical block for Madin's Pebble Mill site

Illustrative design for the new Pebble Mill medical building

BDP almost doubles floorspace for new healthcare facility

Members of Birmingham council’s planning committee have given their backing to the construction of a 9,000sq m medical facility on part of the former BBC Pebble Mill Studios site.

The studios, in part of the leafy Edgbaston suburb, were designed by John Madin and completed in 1971 – only to be demolished 34 years later after the broadcaster relocated to a city-centre base in the Mailbox building.

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