Planning application submitted for city apartment block

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Plans to tear down a building and replace with a six-storey building with 34 apartments has been submitted to Birmingham City Council.

The proposals for 122 Moseley Street in Digbeth, Birmingham, have been put forward by letting company Tindlesouth, and designed by Sjölander Da Cruz Architects.

The site consists of an open concrete yard and industrial storage building, and adjoins Highgate Park.

The building will contain of 15 two-bed and 19 one-bed apartments, as well as eight car-parking spaces, and a cycle store, bin store and plant room at ground floor. It is expected that there will also be a proposal soon for the adjacent site, 119-120 Moseley Street, for a similar six-storey building.

The Digbeth area is undergoing “significant regeneration,” as the planning application puts it.

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