Thursday 13th March 10.00am Birmingham's Growth Agenda Presentation first shown at MIPIM 2014

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  • Vision:
    Vibrant, family-orientated sustainable residential neighbourhood
    Strategic position:
    Located in the west of the City
    The site will be the catalyst for the wider regeneration of the area known as Greater Icknield which in total covers 150 acres
  • Vision:
    New residential neighbourhood integrated into the character of the surrounding area
    Strategic position:
    Located in the south of the City
    Key site within the wider Selly Oak and South Edgbaston growth area
  • Thursday 13th March 10.00am Birmingham's Growth Agenda Presentation first shown at MIPIM 2014

    1. 1. Sir Albert Bore Leader, Birmingham City Council
    2. 2. Birmingham’s Growth Agenda Planning to 2031 and Beyond Waheed Nazir Director of Planning and Regeneration Birmingham City Council
    3. 3.  150,000 additional people  80,000 households  Over 100,000 new jobs needed  407 ha of employment land required Birmingham’s growth challenge - 2031
    4. 4.  51,100 additional homes  270,000 sq. m. retail  745,000 sq. m. office  253 ha employment land Responding to the challenge
    5. 5.  Planning for: - 12,800 new homes - 700,000 sq.m. office - 160,000 sq.m. retail  Strengthen role as visitor and business destination  Five areas of transformation  Improved public realm and network of open spaces Growth
    6. 6. The Areas of Transformation Supporting growth of the City Core to deliver transformational change
    7. 7. The Enterprise Zone
    8. 8.  £600 million redevelopment  21st Century transport hub, providing 150% increase in passenger capacity  £2bn wider economic benefits and 10,000 jobs  2013 - Phase 1 complete with new concourse open  2015 - Phase 2 complete and station fully opens New Street Station
    9. 9.  £129 million Metro line  Connecting Central Business District with New Street Station  Service every 6 minutes  2015 - Completion of extension  Future £25m phase funded by EZ to extend onto Westside area Metro extension
    10. 10.  £188 million new Library opened in 2013  Linking with existing REP Theatre to create a cultural hub  More than three million visitors a year  Biggest library in Western Europe  Helping unlock major development site The Library of Birmingham
    11. 11.  Mixed use office led scheme with circa 180,000 sq. m. floorspace  Over 6000 (net) jobs  £83.4m of EZ Investment  £500m investment value Paradise Circus
    12. 12.  143 direct connections including links to growth markets such as China, India, Dubai and South America.  £65m programme of improvements will significantly enhance capacity and open up more routes worldwide.  Runway extension due to complete 2014 Birmingham Airport
    13. 13.  London to Birmingham in 49 minutes  Terminus in the City Centre  Construction starts 2017  First passenger service 2026 High Speed Rail (HS2)
    14. 14.  Six Economic Zones: - The Enterprise Zone – City Centre - Advanced Manufacturing Hub – Aston - Life Sciences Campus – Selly Oak - The Food Hub – Witton - ITEC Park – Longbridge  Portfolio of employment land Supporting economic development
    15. 15.  80 ha site  Focus on large scale investment predominately advanced manufacturing  Allocation in pre-submission Birmingham Development Plan Peddimore – Expanding space for employment
    16. 16.  Over 1000 sites across the City  Capacity to deliver 45,000 homes  More space needed - proposed urban extension Providing for the new houses
    17. 17. Key housing growth areas  Greater Icknield – 3,000 new homes  Aston, Newtown and Lozells – 700 new homes, 10,000 sq.m. office and 20,000 sq.m. retail  Bordesley Park – 750 new homes  Eastern Triangle – 1,000 new homes  Selly Oak and South Edgbaston – 700 new homes, 25,000 sq.m. retail and 10,000 sq.m. office  Longbridge – 1,450 new homes, 13,500 sq.m. retail and 10,000 sq.m. office
    18. 18.  6,000 new homes  Creating a new community with supporting infrastructure and facilities  Allocation in pre-submission Birmingham Development Plan Langley – Sustainable Urban Extension
    19. 19. THE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE TODAY
    20. 20. Icknield Port Loop
    21. 21.  Site area: - 27 hectares  Uses: - 1150 homes - 6,960 sq. m. of retail and commercial floorspace - Hotel - Swimming Pool  Planning status: - Outline Planning Consent in place The Scheme
    22. 22.  Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) to be formed 2014  A Private Sector Development Partner is required to take 50% share in the partnership The Opportunity to Invest
    23. 23. Former Selly Oak Hospital
    24. 24.  Site area: - 18 hectares  Uses: - 650 homes - Ancillary retail and commercial floorspace  Planning status: - Outline Planning Consent in place The Scheme
    25. 25.  NHS Foundation Trust requires development partner in September 2014  Private sector partner to provide investment to enable delivery The Opportunity to Invest
    26. 26. More to come….
    27. 27. Thank You

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