Planning permission granted for latest Paradise Birmingham scheme
The £1.2bn Paradise Birmingham project has received planning approval from the city council for a new 10-storey commercial building – the fourth office block on the estate.
Forming a key part of the second phase of the Paradise masterplan, Three Chamberlain Square is said to be grounded in sustainability according to developer MEPC, and will be a first for Birmingham in terms of environmental standards.
In addition to incorporating a low carbon approach to materials, waste and construction, the design of the scheme builds in a low carbon future for its occupiers.
The building will offer 200 bike spaces and dedicated changing facilities, all electric power and heating, and stairwell connections between floors.
Designed by architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, Three Chamberlain Square is said to be a statement of sustainability for the city and aims to be one of the greenest commercial buildings built in the UK post-COVID-19.