West Midlands mayor announces £10bn development pipeline

HS2 Interchange station - Arup (1)

Birmingham’s HS2 stations are focus for biggest of 24 regeneration opportunities unveiled at Mipim

A £10bn development portfolio of opportunities in the West Midlands has been unveiled, with projects centred on the two HS2 stations planned for the region being the biggest value schemes in the pipeline.

The mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street revealed 24 development schemes in the region at Mipim, which is being held in Cannes this week.

Street has revealed the West Midlands Combined Authority’s (WMCA) list of schemes headlined by the £2bn, 140ha development in Solihull that centres around Arup’s new HS2 Interchange station and includes residential, commercial and leisure facilities.

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