Planners approve redevelopment of Jewellery Quarter factory for new apartments

The J. Ashford & Son frontage which will be retained as part of the apartments scheme
Proposals to redevelop the site of a Birmingham electroplating business into a new apartment scheme have been approved by planners. Blackswan Developments is proposing to demolish part of the former Frost Electroplating factory, which fronts Great Hampton Street, in the Jewellery Quarter and replace it with a new residential scheme comprising 156 one and two-bedroom apartments. The buildings have been vacant site Frost moved out of the city to new premises at Kings Norton. The attractive 1912 J. Ashford & Son premises on ... You can carry on reading for free, but you have reached the maximum number of pages an unregistered user can view. To register for an account, click here or login below...