Major upgrade revealed for landmark Brindleyplace offices

How the new rooftop area could look

Plans have been revealed to redevelop a landmark building in Birmingham’s Brindleyplace.

Macquarie Asset Management wants to add a single storey roof extension to the building, and undertake a full, Grade A office refurbishment of its office spaces.

How the reception area could look

The new rooftop pavilion on the building’s fifth floor would provide a multi-purpose space with views across Birmingham city centre, while a ‘Club Lounge’ will be added to the ground floor.

Meanwhile, new showers, toilets and locker facilities would be incorporated for tenants, while a new entrance and reception space would be built and EV charging spaces included in a reduction of car parking spaces.

Plans have been submitted to redevelop a landmark building in Birmingham’s Brindleyplace.

Macquarie Asset Management wants to add a single storey roof extension to the building, and undertake a full, Grade A office refurbishment of its office spaces.

The new rooftop pavilion on the building’s fifth floor would provide a multi-purpose space with views across Birmingham city centre, while a ‘Club Lounge’ will be added to the ground floor.

Meanwhile, new showers, toilets and locker facilities would be incorporated for tenants, while a new entrace and reception space would be built and EV charging spaces included in a reduction of car parking spaces.

A planning statement reads: “The goal is to rejuvenate and upgrade 1 Brindleyplace to cater for the contemporary demands of prospective tenants, and to bring the building fabric, and its use, in line with current sustainable & environmental standards, which is a key goal for the client across its portfolio.”

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