Calthorpe Estates, a property investment and development company, is place-proud and works with it communities and stakeholders to provide connected and evolving spaces for Edgbaston. It strives to deliver excellence and distinction for the long-term, whilst responsibly enhancing its environment to help make the Estate accessible, inclusive and vibrant.
For over 300 years we have been place making and sustainably developing the Estate to create the best places to live, work and relax. Our team and strategic partners are responsible for delivering a multi-million pound regeneration portfolio including retail and leisure, office and medical developments.
It is not just about providing a great experience, at Calthorpe Estates we focus on creating exceptional places, which is at the heart of our vision for our 1,600 acre premium mixed-use estate
A flourishing mixed-use community
Set amidst tree-lined avenues, the Estate is home to flourishing commercial, medical, leisure and residential communities and incorporates one of the UK’s largest urban conservation areas, just a mile from Birmingham’s city centre.
We are working on a range of exciting development to include Edgbaston Village, a premier mixed-use urban village within the heart of Edgbaston. We have created new retail units at 16-22 Harborne Road, which is home to OKA and Neptune. In addition, new retail units along Greenfield Crescent which is home to Loki Wine, KIN Homes, LUX Gallery and Studio, Chapter Restaurant, My Baby Stroller, Smoke and Ash Pizza and Boston Tea Party. The popular tree lined Crescent is becoming quite the thriving retail hub-spot.
Never to rest on our laurels, we are working to transform the 10.7 acre site on the Hagley Road to create New Garden Square, a new mixed-use scheme with over 500,000 sq ft office space, retail and leisure units, residential accommodation and car parking around new public realm gardens. In addition, we continue to develop new world-class medical facilities at Pebble Mill and move forward with a new office/medical hub on Highfield Road.