Trifecta Residences Public Consultation

Ryland Estates Property Group is hosting a public consultation session to showcase its proposals for Trifecta Residences – a new residential development located along Bristol Street, Bromsgrove Street and Essex Street.

The development will continue the on-going transformation of Bristol Street and the wider area into a highly desirable city centre neighbourhood. Members of the public are invited to come along to Bristol Street on 25th July for an opportunity to look at the plans, chat to the team behind the proposed development and ask questions.

Having owned the plots for several years, family business, Ryland Estates, wish to re-develop and re-invigorate the under-used site leaving their own lasting legacy within Birmingham.

Designed by Stephenson Hamilton Risley Studio, the scheme will be a residential led, mixed-use development comprising of 3 buildings at 40, 10 and 6 storeys providing 550 new homes and opportunities for ground floor shops, restaurants, cafes, businesses, and service uses.

The architects at SHR Studio, alongside the wider design team, have developed a contextually rich scheme with a strong focus on the residents – the intention being to create homes, not simply dwellings. All buildings will exceed national space standards and amenities such as co-working spaces, exercise facilities and shared lounges will be provided as part of the proposals.

Drew Lowe, Senior Architect at SHR Studio said: “We are excited to share the plans for Trifecta with the public and believe that, if approved, this development will breathe new life into Bristol Street and the surrounding area.

“All the homes will benefit from a large natural, biodiverse garden. A combination of walled gardens, terraced landscaping and water features will provide a tranquil place for residents to share and relax. The area intends to instil a true sense of community while positively greening the city.”

A planning application for the development will be submitted in the coming months, targeting a decision early 2024.

A public consultation showcasing the scheme will be held at 18-20 Bristol Street, Birmingham, B5 7AA on 25th July from 2.30pm – 8pm. All are welcome to attend.

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