41-42 Temple Row, Offices, Birmingham, UK - Construction with Community

Vacant & unlisted 41-42 Temple Street is to be demolished (excluding its façade) and a new six-storey building (plus basement) erected.


41-42 TEMPLE STREET

Birmingham, B2 5DP 

View the site map HERE.

PROJECT TEAM:

ClientEPIC (GP Temple Row) Ltd (“EPIC”)

ArchitectsOMI ArchitectsStephen Levrant Heritage

Planning Consultant: Euan Kellie Property Solutions

Planning Application Number2022/06191/PA

 

THE DEVELOPMENT

Vacant & unlisted 41-42 Temple Street is to be demolished (excluding its façade) and a new six-storey building (plus basement) erected.

The existing three-storey building’s mid-19th century Temple Street façade is of historic value & will be retained, but its remaining elements, including a lower quality mid-20th century re-building behind the facade, will be demolished.

A new six-storey building will then be built to accommodate five floors of speculative office floorspace on its upper floors, complemented by basement amenity & ground level commercial, providing c. 1,215 sqm of space.

Its basement level will provide a cycle store, shower facilities, and associated amenities for office occupiers.

This fabric-led approach will see a reduction in energy demand to meet carbon reduction targets, with M&E system improvements, high-performance thermal insulation, solar control, air source heat pumps, and MVHR.

EPIC owns not only 41-42 Temple Street but also the neighbouring buildings at 63-65 and 67-71 Temple Row, as well as 125 Colmore Row, a short walk away.

Images from OMI Architects; the painting is from Samuel Lines, and dates back to 1821.

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Project dates

18 Aug 2022 - On-going

Passions

Construction & regeneration

Contact

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Jonathan Bostock

0121 410 5520
jonathan.bostock@ yourplaceyourspace.com