Plans submitted for next phase of Arena Central development

WCN Editorial Team 26 Sep 2016 EUROPE BUILDINGS

Plans for the third building at the Arena Central development have been submitted to Birmingham City Council.

The 3 Arena Central will be delivered by ACDL — a joint venture between Miller Developments and Pro Vinci Asset Management — and will be designed by architectural practice Make.

The building will cover a total area of 22,370sq m, including 21,700sq m of offices over ground and 13 upper floors with 292sq m of ancillary retail.

The development will also include a car park and cycle storage facilities over three basement levels.

Jonathan Wallis from ACDL said: “Our decision to submit these plans for 3 Arena Central demonstrates the confidence that we feel in the occupier market post-Brexit.

“By looking to secure planning consent now, we are minimising the lead-in time to the delivery of the building which, with the right occupier interest, could be delivered by Q1 2019.

“Arena Central is a key strategic asset for Birmingham, having already attracted one leading global institution and with the capacity, capability and flexibility to provide class-leading commercial accommodation to further high-profile, large scale blue chip occupiers.”

The 3 Arena Central is part of the Arena Central development — a 9.2-acre site that will deliver 11,500sq m of mixed-used development — in Birmingham city centre.

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