Birmingham Jewellery Quarter land with plans for apartments at auction
Development land in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter with approved plans for 20 apartments is one of the lots in Bond Wolfe’s next auction.
The development opportunity 43 Cliveland Street, which includes 3,574 sq ft of commercial accommodation, will have a guide price of £750,000.
Ian Tudor, joint managing director at Bond Wolfe, said: “43 Cliveland Street offers a unique chance to acquire a residential and mixed commercial development opportunity in a premium position within the Jewellery Quarter.
“The planning permission permits 10 one-bedroomed and 10 two-bedroomed apartments together with a ground floor commercial unit.
“The site is located to the northern side of Cliveland Street between its junctions with Lower Loveday Street and Hanley Street, an area that continues to undergo considerable investment and regeneration.
“Many of the former industrial buildings within the vicinity have been converted or redeveloped to provide a mix of independent businesses and creative workshops.
“There has been significant development of modern apartment blocks, a flourishing food and drink scene and a heritage that attracts visitors from far and wide.”
The Jewellery Quarter lot is one of the 206 properties appearing in Bond Wolfe’s auction that starts at 9.30am on 21 July in a return to the Holte Suite at Villa Park for the first time in two-and-a-half years.