Birmingham’s First FITWEL Certified Building

Featuring 210,000 sq. ft of high-quality grade A office space, including one of Birmingham’s largest available office floorplates at over 27,000 sq. ft. our 10 Brindleyplace retrofit project has achieved a number of top certifications recognising its credentials as a sustainable, wellness-focused, and technological office environment.


The project is the first office building in Birmingham to receive the Fitwel accreditation, a standard that measures occupant health and well-being. In addition, it has received the EPC A rating, BREEAM Excellent, Fitwel 2 Stars, and WiredScore Platinum certifications for our largest office refurbishment scheme in Birmingham.


This focus on sustainability, wellness, and modern technology aligns perfectly with the needs of current occupants, and these high-quality grade A office spaces set new standards in the Birmingham office market creating an office environment that is also fit for the future needs of occupiers.


The former home of NatWest has undergone a transformation with a fully updated, new façade, double-height reception space which can now be accessed from both Oozells Square and Broad Street, it completes the change with the large, modern, open-plan floorplates with floor-to-ceiling windows.


Occupier amenities have been designed in, at concept, to promote the well-being and comfort of occupants, these include extensive roof terraces, fitness facilities such as a bouldering wall and fitness studio, cycle storage for up to 100 bicycles, on-site café and electric vehicle charging. The building is located directly on the new West Midlands Metro route, which has a brand-new stop opposite its Broad Street entrance.


The project team consists of Associated Architects, Willmott Dixon Interiors Workman, RLF, and Cundall. CBRE and Savills are acting as joint agents for the office space.

University Teaching and Learning Centre wins Regional ProCon Award
University Teaching and Learning Centre wins Regional ProCon Award


The University of Leicester’s new Teaching and Learning Centre, the Sir Bob Burgess Building was named the winner of the Large Non-Residential Scheme at the 2023 Leicestershire ProCon Awards. The project provides the academic focus for the AA-masterplanned £150m mixed use redevelopment of Freemen’s Common. The prominent site, fronting onto Welford Road and adjacent to […]