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Speculative development has long been the barometer by which developer confidence is measured.
The developer has paid more than £3m per acre for the former Sainsbury’s site just outside the capital.
The virtual simulation company has agreed to take 59,000 sq ft on fourth floor of 10 Bishops Square.
Japanese bank Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation signs for 20 year lease.
One of Carillion’s biggest real estate partners Argent has said it is confident the development of the Paradise Birmingham scheme “will not be adversely affected” by the compulsory liquidation of the construction firm.
Firm announces senior positions following last year’s merger with Strutt & Parker.
Engineering firm will occupy 47,000 sq ft at the refurbished Birmingham scheme and plans to move 700 staff.