Second phase of Commonwealth Games regen scheme unveiled

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Birmingham site expected to deliver up to 500 homes and a new school

Outline plans for the second phase of the Commonwealth Games-related regeneration of Birmingham’s Perry Barr suburb have been submitted to the city council. 

Initial plans for the 12.2ha site, next to the former Birmingham City University site where the athletes’ village for the 2022 games is being built, have been put together by a team made up of Arcadis and engineering consultant Phil Jones Associates.

The athletes’ village which is set to provide 1,400 homes after the games and is the first phase of the Perry Barr regeneration programme.

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