Planning consultation for re-development of large unit on Kings Heath High Street

Birmingham City Council Planning and Development have opened a consultation for a planning application to re-develop the existing building at 41-49 High Street into three commercial and 14 residential units. (This is the large red-brick building at the northern end of the car park opposite Loco Lounge. It’s been vacant for two years.)

The above application was accepted by the Council on 29 July 2020. The Council are inviting comments on the application until 27 August 2020.

To view the application details and to submit your comments, visit the Council’s Planning website. The application reference number is 2020/04260/PA.

Planning consultation for apartment buildings on Kings Heath High Street (currently Art Rooms).

Birmingham City Council Planning and Development have opened a consultation for a planning application to demolish the existing buildings at 3-5 High Street and erect two new buildings containing 18 apartments.

The above application was accepted by the Council on 22 July 2020. The Council are inviting comments on the application until 21 August 2020.

To view the application details and to submit your comments, visit the Council’s Planning website. The application reference number is 2020/05096/PA. (I recommend reading “Retail Uses Assessment” on page 3 of the “Associated Documents” list.)

Planning consultation for HMO in Station Road

Birmingham City Council Planning and Development have opened a consultation for a planning application to convert the residential property at 25 Station Road into four self-contained apartments.

The above application was accepted by the Council on 23 April 2020. The Council are inviting comments on the application until 25 May 2020.

To view the application details and to submit your comments, visit the Council’s Planning website. The application reference number is 2020/02451/PA.

Planning consultation for HMO in Addison Road

Birmingham City Council Planning and Development have opened a consultation for a planning application to convert the residential property at 76 Addison Road into a “House in Multiple Occupation” (6 units).

The above application was accepted by the Council on 16 March 2020. The Council are inviting comments on the application until 11 April 2020.

To view the application details and to submit your comments, visit the Council’s Planning website. The application reference number is 2020/01630/PA.