30fl Stone Yard, Birmingham, UK - Placemaking with Community

Stone Yard has consent to reanimate Digbeth High Street with 955 rented apartments & between 25-30K SF of vibrant commercial uses, in builds ranging from 6-30 storeys.


Bull Ring Trading Estate 

Digbeth, B12 0NB

View the site map HERE.


PROJECT TEAM (subject to change):

Partners: Court Collaboration, L&Q Estates

Development Manager: Court Collaboration

Architect(s): Glancy Nicholls, Fira Landscape

Structural Engineer: CWA

Contractor: TBA

Enquiries: CBRE


The development

Stone Yard has consent to reanimate Digbeth High Street with 955 (STC) rented apartments & between 25-30K SF of vibrant commercial uses - in buildings ranging from six to 30-storeys.

Fantastically located, Stone Yard would be dissected by a tree-lined boulevard that would form a direct link from the heart of the Custard Factory – adjacent – via a new pedestrian crossing that leads out onto Green Street.

501 one & 494 two-bedroom apartments are consented, with 20% of the scheme designated affordable after a £5m boost from West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).

Two courtyards, lounges, co-working spaces, dining areas, and a cinema room, are earmarked, with commercial uses set to include retail, restaurant/bars, a café, cinema, and a fitness club – all of which would be prominently located on the High Street and the site’s new boulevard.

Given that the Midland Metro Tram will have a new stop directly outside, provision has been made for 70 car parking spaces - accessed from Alcester Street - with 464 cycle spaces.

Stone Yard, images from Court Collaboration.


Project dates

15 Feb 2021 - On-going


Construction & regeneration


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Jonathan Bostock

0121 410 5520
jonathan.bostock@ yourplaceyourspace.com