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Masshouse Square


Masshouse Square


  • The Masshouse Square project is one part of the wider initiative to regenerate the Eastside area of Birmingham. It involves the development of two sites, created by the demolition of a large section of the inner ring road, known as Masshouse Circus. On Site 3, 25,070sq m of space will be built, including 230 residential units, leisure and retail space in two buildings. Site 7 will accommodate 55,000sq m of offices with a small leisure element in a further two buildings.
  • The original proposals for Plot 7 included a fifth building in the centre of the site which has been dropped from the scheme.
  • In March 2007, an outline planning application was submitted to Birmingham City Council to build a mixed-use development of up to 70,907sqm (gross internal area) on Plot 7. The application consisted of four buildings for retail, office, hotel and residential use.


Involved Companies


Also recorded for this building:

Acoustics consultant, Consultancy, Crane supplier (construction), Developer, Facade supplier, Geotechnical engineering, Planning consultant, Real estate agent, Sustainable design consultant

# Building Height Floors Building type Year Status
1 Masshouse Block A 100 m 22 skyscraper
2 Masshouse Block B 76 m 19 high-rise building
3 Masshouse Blocks E 68 m 19 high-rise building
4 Birmingham Magistrates Court 63 m 11 high-rise building 2012
5 Masshouse Block C 60 m 18 high-rise building
6 Full-height view Masshouse Block M 52 m 15 high-rise building 2009
7 View from Albert Street Masshouse Apartments 50 m 16 high-rise building 2006
8 Masshouse Block D 45 m 12 high-rise building
9 Masshouse Blocks F&G 15 high-rise building
10 View from Jennens Road Masshouse Blocks J-K 15 high-rise building