A £140m residential scheme complete with double height winter garden is coming to Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter after developer HBD secured planning for the exciting new project.


Known as Neighbourhood, the new development will create 414 high-quality, design-led apartments; a mix of one, two and three-bedroom properties. Its new residents will also enjoy a range of services that will be among the best in the city, from private gardens and a roof terrace through to social spaces, a gym and lounge, work from home areas and a concierge.


Designed with wellness in mind, Neighbourhood will include extensive planting and gardens alongside a range of features to allow residents to live as sustainably as possible. 


Both residents and visitors will be able to take advantage of beautiful new public spaces and a carefully selected mix of independent bars and eateries.


The development is HBD’s second high-profile project within the city’s historic Jewellery Quarter, with Setl already well underway.


HBD expects work to start on site early next year, with completion in 2026.

“Neighbourhood is a really exciting development for the Jewellery Quarter, creating a vibrant new community and several green spaces for everyone to come and enjoy. Its outward-facing design will give an inclusive feel and allow the scheme to blend into its surroundings, enriching the quarter and creating an important new thoroughfare. We look forward to getting started and seeing the scheme begin to take shape next year.”

Simon Raiye, Director at HBD

“Urban regeneration is a key pillar of our development strategy so it’s great to get another large-scale scheme off the ground. The apartments at Neighbourhood will blend old and new, respecting the rich history of the area; like Kampus, our award-winning scheme in Manchester, there will also be interesting, unique commercial space for independents to really make their mark on the city.” HBD, part of the Henry Boot Group, is one of the country’s most active developers. Working with a £1.2bn development pipeline, it is underway with a number of large-scale, high-profile urban regeneration schemes. It is best known for Kampus, a £250m multi-award winning scheme that saw the creation of Manchester’s newest neighbourhood.

Adam Brady, Executive Director and Head of Urban Regeneration at HBD