The Cornwell Street redevelopment for Birmingham has been revealed in new digital images released today.
A NEW LOOK FOR BIRMINGHAM?
These digital images show how Cornwall Street in the heart of #Birmingham’s Business District could look after @ColmoreBID’s plans to revitalise the street took a step forward. MORE > https://t.co/e6tjP6eEjIpic.twitter.com/Vyox6bdvam
— Birmingham What’s On (@WhatsOnBrum) January 22, 2018
The £1.2 million city redevelopment has been given a boost by the Public Realm board which consists of representatives from Birmingham City Council, transport for West Midlands and Colmore BID. The endorsement of the project at a recent meeting also forms part of the BID’s Outstanding Places objective for the Business District.
Catalina George has been down to Cornwall street to see the work currently underway.
The BID’s proposals for a new-look Cornwall Street was given a boost when the Public Realm Board, made up of representatives from Birmingham City Council, Transport for West Midlands and Colmore BID, endorsed the project at a recent meeting.
Work has already been completed on the Cornerblock development. The new images show what Herbert House and the 71 Cornwall Street building on the corner of Cornwall Street and New Market Street could look like in the future.