Bullring spices up - A

Artists impression of the Spiceal Street development

Three months after receiving planning permission and with just over six months to go before it is due to be completed work on the Bullring's Spiceal Street development has progressed rapidly.

The development, Adding Spice(al) to the Bullring, was approved in February and will add 11,500 sq ft of restaurant units and enhancements to the landscaping and public realm.

Confirmed restaurants in the new development include the Handmade Burger Co, which will open it's second Birmingham restaurant following it's Brindleyplace outlet which was it's first in the UK, and Browns Bar and Brasserie. Browns was established in 1973 and the Bullring outlet will be the first one in the West Midlands. A third restaurant will be announced during the summer, http://www.birminghampost.net/birmingham-business/birmingham-business-news/other-uk-business/2011/05/16/two-new-restaurants-to-open-at-bullring-65233-28701287/.

The following update in three parts charts progress from the derelict Shell Cafe to the construction of steelwork for the curved ribbon roof.

12th February

15th February

10th March

25th March

28th March


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