Investment and development business, Urban Village Capital, has revealed its plans to transform a landmark West Midlands office building into a series of high-quality apartments as part of a £14 million build to rent, development.
The Birmingham-based developer announced yesterday that the four-storey private rented sector-scheme at Four Oaks House on Lichfield Road, Sutton Coldfield had been approved by Birmingham City Council panners, with construction work expected to get underway in early February.
Following the development’s approval, Urban Village Captial’s Chief Executive Nick Sellman said: “The project will deliver the complete transformation of a tired building into a great place for people to work, rest and play. The location is outstanding, being just a stone’s throw from Four Oaks train station, and a short walk to Sutton Park. The many shops, bars, restaurants and community facilities at Mere Green are also nearby.”
Once work is complete, Four Oaks will comprise of a mix of one and two-bedroom apartments and will feature an ‘impressive’ communal roof terrace as well as secure car parking.
Featured Image: An artist’s impression of a terrace area at the Four Oaks House development