The Hall was built in 1878. It is a Grade II listed building, in a Gothic Venetian style. The building itself embodies a significant feature in Birmingham’s history it is therefore recognised nationally as being important.
Birmingham City Council wanted to completely restore the Grade-II listed manor house and gardens with the view to lay on more facilities and events for the public and community groups.
The aim of this project was to provide a centre of learning for a diverse range of people that will appreciate the house and the surrounding gardens. Attracting young people to this building is important and it will hopefully allow the young visitors to put the building and the Chamberlain family into historical context. The works will make the building accessible to everyone which will allow the building to attract a wider and more diverse range of audience.
Greenwoods are providing close project management services on this project.
Chamberlain Highbury Trust
Chamberlain Highbury Estate
£530,000South Shropshire District CouncilQUANTITY SURVEYOR
£650,000Bourneville Village TrustQUANTITY SURVEYOR
£800kBirmingham DiocesePROJECT MANAGER, QUANTITY SURVEYOR & PRINCIPAL DESIGNER
£1.2 millionThe Guild of St. Mary'sQUANTITY SURVEYOR & PROJECT MANAGER
£9 millionSense TouchbasePROJECT MANAGER & QUANTITY SURVEYOR
£4 millionThe Prince's Regeneration TrustQuantity Surveyor
£7 millionChamberlain Highbury TrustPROJECT MANAGER
£700kDorset County Council and the National TrustQUANTITY SURVEYOR