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Left Bank

CarneySweeney has continued to advise on this icon broad street project.  Our Gerald Sweeney led the project team (Heritage and Town Planning) for both the mixed use/residential towers (33 and 21 storeys) and the redevelopment of the listed building that sits at the foot of the scheme (2 storey). The work included the preparation of a heritage-focused TVIA, which involved the agreement of views and scoping of heritage assets to be considered with both Birmingham City Council and Historic England for the assessment of impact of the two towers, together with ongoing discussions leading to a listed building consent for the use of the existing listed building as a site office, and its future conversion into residential units at first floor and retail use at ground floor.