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Birmingham City Council design and build courthouse

Birmingham City Council is seeking submissions from design and build construction contractors to build the (estimated) £65m + VAT courthouse on the Masshouse site in the Eastside regeneration area of Birmingham.

The courthouse is being designed by the award winning architects, Denton Corker Marshall. The 24 courtroom, 14 storey, 20,600 m2 building will be a landmark building of high quality and presence on a prominent site in the City centre and ready for use in late-2012.

Contact Information
On 22 September 2008, Birmingham City Council registered the detailed planning application – to be dealt with as Reserved Matters.
Further information can be obtained from:-
David Joyce, JYM Partnership LLP on 01772 323666 or

The current Birmingham Magistrates’ Court building, the Victoria Law Courts, is a Grade 1 Listed building. In accordance with HM Government policy, it is the intention of HMCS to retain that building for the use for which it wad originally built. After moving into the new courthouse, the Victoria Law Courts will close for approximately 2 years for a multi-million pound refurbishment and will reopen as an annex to the new courthouse just a short distance away.

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