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Stephen Giles Construction & regeneration
07 Oct 2021 - Stephen Giles
News & Updates

Digbeth Scheme Set For Approval

10m Group are seeking the go-ahead to regenerate 215 Bradford Street with the development of Sapphire Court, a 6-8 storey new build comprising 166 homes.           

Plans have been recommended for approval and will be discussed at committee on October 14.

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Digbeth Scheme Set For Approval





10m Group are seeking the go-ahead to regenerate 215 Bradford Street with the development of Sapphire Court, a 6-8 storey new build comprising 166 homes.           

Plans have been recommended for approval and will be discussed at committee on October 14.


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Brought forward by the same team developing Apex Lofts, next door, Sapphire Court lies within the emerging Rea Valley Urban Quarter neighbourhood that openly supports well-designed, sustainable resi-led regeneration with a strong insistence on greenery.

H-shaped in design, Sapphire Court would facilitate two new entrances onto Warwick Street & Bradford Street, the formation of two large communal gardens & a carefully considered residential mix of 68 one & 98 two-bedroom apartments (1-4 persons), including 18 spacious duplexes.

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Predominately a car-free affair, the scheme would include 166 cycle spaces (100%), all within a vertical stacking system in the site's courtyard.

17 apartments have been agreed and are to be provided for low-cost home ownership at 20% discount on market value.

The existing site, containing three mismatched buildings (Sapphire Conference and Banqueting Suite; a single-storey brick build; and a two-storey clothing manufacturing building) would be demolished and relocated for the scheme to commence.

10m Group and the architects, Corstorphine + Wright, are also well advanced in its Apex Lofts project, next door - as seen at the bottom of the page.

Plans are recommended for approval and will be discussed at committee on October 14, at 11 am.

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All artists impressions are the property of Corstorphine + Wright.

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Elliott Brown Classic Architecture
02 Oct 2021 - Elliott Brown
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St Mary's Church, Handsworth - enjoy our visit shared with you!

St.Mary's Church in Handsworth, Birmingham (also known as Handsworth Old Church) is home to the memorial sculptures of James Watt, Matthew Boulton and William Murdoch. Given its history and the importance it played at the time, it is often referred to as "The Industrial Cathedral of Birmingham". Enjoy this great post from Elliott, a regular Birmingham Gems contributor.

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St Mary's Church, Handsworth - enjoy our visit shared with you!





St.Mary's Church in Handsworth, Birmingham (also known as Handsworth Old Church) is home to the memorial sculptures of James Watt, Matthew Boulton and William Murdoch. Given its history and the importance it played at the time, it is often referred to as "The Industrial Cathedral of Birmingham". Enjoy this great post from Elliott, a regular Birmingham Gems contributor.


During the Birmingham Heritage Week, Elliott went along to visit St Mary's Church in Handsworth, easy to get to on the no 16 bus that takes you to Hamstead Road.

It was quiet inside the Grade II listed Anglican church which is built on ten-acre of grounds, located adjacent to Handsworth Park.

The church is the resting place of famous progenitors of the industrial age, James Watt, William Murdoch and Matthew Boulton and has been described as “the Cathedral of the Industrial Revolution”.

Elliott's been waiting two years to get inside of this church, mainly for the memorials to James Watt, Matthew Boulton and William Murdoch.

The church has origins back to the 12th and 13th centuries, although what you see today is a complete rebuild from the 19th century. Architects who worked on the building in the 19th century included William Hollins in 1820, Thomas Rickman in 1826 (the South Chapel built in memory of James Watt), and later J A Chatwin from 1876 to 1880. More recently the roof was repaired during 2019 to 2020.

It is a Grade II* listed building.

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Tour of the interior of St Mary's Church, Handsworth

You enter the church from the side door from the churchyard.

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Below stained glass windows is information panels on James Watt and the Industrial Revolution (probably provided by the Birmingham Museums Trust).

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Down here you will find the monuments to Matthew Boulton, William Murdoch (spelt Murdock) and Joseph Grice. The South Chapel on the right leads to the statue of James Watt.

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The organ.

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Here are two examples of stained glass windows at St Mary's Church, Handsworth.

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Here's the pulpit.

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And a piano.

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There's somewhere to light candles under a colourful cross.

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The lecturn resembles golden eagles.

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Monuments

The marble statue of James Watt (1736 - 1819) is located in the South Chapel. It was sculpted by Francis Legatt Chantrey.

This is currently the only place to see a statue of James Watt in Birmingham (the 1866 statue of James Watt formerly at Chamberlain Square by Alexander Munro has been in storage since 2015).

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The Monument to Matthew Boulton (1728 - 1809) is by Flaxman.

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The Monument to William Murdoch (spelt here as Murdock) (1754 - 1839) was also by Flaxman.

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There is also a marble bust of William Murdoch in the cafe area (just behind a TV). A childrens book about James Watt was on the left.

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Other memorials here include this one to Joseph Grice Esquire.

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Also there is a memorial/monument to Sarah Russell, and later her husband John Russell.

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Also to be found here are these tombs.  A medieval armoured soldier and below him another one.

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There was also this tomb of a couple found close to the area with the monuments to Boulton, Watt & Murdoch.

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We hope you enjoyed this informative post and photography.  The full feature on St. Mary's Church can be found HERE.

More posts and features and a map of City Gems can be found at www.BirminghamGems.com

Photos taken by Elliott Brown can also be found on Twitter: ellrbrown

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Daniel Sturley Construction & regeneration
29 Sep 2021 - Daniel Sturley
Gallery

The Construction of One Centenary Way - September Update

One Centenary Way is now starting to really look massive and is creeping up into view from many spots around the city centre. Loads of photos in this gallery covering the construction of this building from 4th to 25th September.

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The Construction of One Centenary Way - September Update





One Centenary Way is now starting to really look massive and is creeping up into view from many spots around the city centre. Loads of photos in this gallery covering the construction of this building from 4th to 25th September.


4th September

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20th September

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25th September

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Photography by Daniel Sturley

There are now nearly 400 photos of the construction of this building and can be seen in reverse date order in the full gallery here: One Centenary Way Full Construction Gallery

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Stephen Giles Construction & regeneration
27 Sep 2021 - Stephen Giles
News & Updates

Plans arrive for second phase of £700m Paradise development

Three planning applications for the remaining Phase 2 plots at the £700m Paradise redevelopment have arrived, and it features:

  • A 10-storey, office building, Three Chamberlain Square;
  • 17-storey hotel, One Ratcliff Square;
  • and a cohesive new public realm.
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Plans arrive for second phase of £700m Paradise development





Three planning applications for the remaining Phase 2 plots at the £700m Paradise redevelopment have arrived, and it features:

  • A 10-storey, office building, Three Chamberlain Square;
  • 17-storey hotel, One Ratcliff Square;
  • and a cohesive new public realm.

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The next phase from developer MEPC, the development arm of Hermes, which took over from Argent in July, includes a 17-storey hotel at the south western corner & an adjacent 10-storey office building, Three Chamberlain Square, fronting Paradise Street.

A series of public squares and new pedestrian routes will also be created through the development, designed by world-renowned landscaping firm Grant Associates.

Statues of chemist Joseph Priestly and steam engineer designed James Watt will return and will take pride of place in the area.

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17-STOREY HOTEL: ONE RATCLIFF SQUARE

This landmark hotel, designed by hotel specialists ISA Architecture and Glenn Howells, will feature 152 standard, family and penthouse accommodation, with ground floor food and beverage offerings, and a panoramic sky bar with covered terrace offering views across Birmingham.

With the desire to create a truly mixed-use destination at Paradise, bringing together hotel, leisure, commercial & public spaces, the building features a confident, fluted facade that clearly distinguishes itself from the neighbouring office buildings.

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THREE CHAMBERLAIN SQUARE

Three Chamberlain Square, the new 180,000 sq ft office building, has been designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios to offer not only a high quality contemporary interpretation of its historic surroundings but also to become one the most sustainable commercial spaces ever brought forward in the region.

With aspirations to achieve BREEAM ‘Excellent’, the 10-storey building will deliver a desirable office environment (21,450 sq.m), whereby health, sustainability and wellbeing will be firmly at its core.

Ground floor will include bustling ground floor offerings, with winter gardens and terraces from level 2 and above; as well as a basement level for 266 cycles and changing facilities for occupiers.

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PUBLIC REALM

Ratcliffe Passage, Western Terrace and, as mentioned, Ratcliff Square, will become the new public spaces to be created.

Creating a cohesive pedestrian experience across the area, this will again be designed by world-renowned landscaping firm, Grant Associates, who also completed Paradise Phase One.

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Artists' Impressions from Glenn Howells Architects, ISA Architecture, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios & Grant Associates.

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24 Sep 2021 - Daniel Sturley
Gallery

The Construction of The Mercian - September 2021 - Update Two

The Mercian is externally complete! A big gallery for this post with photography centred on the 12th September covering up to the 23rd (above). 

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The Construction of The Mercian - September 2021 - Update Two





The Mercian is externally complete! A big gallery for this post with photography centred on the 12th September covering up to the 23rd (above). 


8th September

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Photography by Daniel Sturley

11th September

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12th September

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18th September

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19th September

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20th September

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21st September

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23rd September

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Photography by Daniel Sturley

There are now nearly 1500 photos of the construction of this building and can be seen in reverse date order in the full gallery here: The Mercian Full Construction Gallery.

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