Birmingham City Council’s (BCC) planning committee has sanctioned Dandara Living’s application for the development of a mixed-use project in Digbeth, England, UK. 

This initiative is set to transform Warners Fields, a brownfield site, into a new eco-friendly neighbourhood centred around the River Rea. 

It will comprise more than 1,300 new homes and 2,700m² of commercial space.  

Dandara intends to invest in the river’s landscaping, creating new public spaces along its banks.  

These enhancements are aimed at laying the groundwork for the development. 

This first phase is expected to pave the way for implementing BCC’s Rea Valley Urban Quarter regeneration project.  

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Subsequent phases will continue to deliver additional homes, workspaces, commercial areas, and new routes for active travel. 

Dandara planning director Rachel Allwood said: “The redevelopment will deliver much-needed new homes to meet Birmingham’s housing need and drive the ecological and environmental transformation of this part of the city by renaturalising the River Rea and delivering significant net biodiversity gain. 

“Phase one will see the excavation and landscaping of the River Rea for the first time in decades, alongside over 1,300 new homes and 2,700m² of commercial space. This initial investment will catalyse the construction of successive phases, including further mixed-use developments and bring much-needed regeneration into the area.

Last April, the company filed a planning application for its proposed City Wharf development at the Anderston Quay, Glasgow, Scotland.