Bruntwood, a developer, Legal & General, the University of Birmingham and two local NHS Foundation Trusts have agreed to invest £210m in a Health Innovation Campus on the old Battery Park site in the centre of Selly Oak, Birmingham.
It is believed that John Sisk will be involved in the project which will begin in the coming months. The 12,400 square meters Health Innovation Campus is the first of five phases and will comprise 7 floors.
The remaining 4 phases, which include six different buildings, are expected to provide 61,000 square meters of hi-tech space to the area. They also include lab and office space, a multi-storey car park and a gym. It is expected that they entire 5 phases will take 10 years to complete.
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