Smallbrook Queensway Buildings, Birmingham

The proposals will include new active frontages

Welcome to our consultation website

CEG has submitted plans for transformative redevelopment of Smallbrook Queensway Buildings in Birmingham.

The residential-led, mixed use development will reactivate a prominent site in the city centre, providing 1,750 high quality apartments spread over three separate buildings, with the ground floors providing a range of commercial uses including retail and food.

The proposed development will create extensive new public realm which will contribute to the greening of the city centre, a key aspiration of the City Council’s Our Future City Plan.

CEG submitted plans to Birmingham City Council in November 2022 and this website provides you with details of the proposals and a record of the consultation process.

Public consultation

The period for providing feedback on this consultation has come to an end. If you would like to get in touch with us regarding this project, you can contact us by email, phone or letter via the contact details below.

We recently hosted a digital information sharing webinar. If you were unable to join this webinar, you can watch a recording of this session in the video below


About CEG

CEG is a property group with offices in London, Leeds, Birmingham and Cornwall. Their buildings have won a host of awards including the national BCO Commercial Workplace Award, Best Strategic Land Promotor 2019 and the Housing Design Award. They are the owners of Alpha Tower, Tricorn House and the SBQ Buildings in Birmingham.

Commercial Estates Group (CEG)