Digbeth Bus Garage

Only 15 minutes walk from Birmingham city centre, Digbeth is an area renowned for its arts and industry. The upcoming arrival of a HS2 train station at Curzon Street has prompted a lot of change in the neighbourhood, establishing it as an emerging neighbourhood for creativity and culture.

Key facts

800 homes

600 co-living or student living spaces

50% of ground floor retail / commercial space will be affordable

1,200 members of the public already consulted

Designed by shedkm, Periscope, Glenn Howells Architects and Maccreanor Lavington

Planning granted March 2020

Impact

Opening up the public realm is the key to regenerating this site. Digbeth Bus Garage will include a mix of community amenities that will bring vibrancy and life to this area of Birmingham.

Project highlight

The six-acre site is on the canal, with 200m of waterside space, which will help make it an attractive rejuvenated place that’s a mix of creative workspace, residential, and leisure.

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