Capita Symonds has five offices across
the Midlands, employing over 140 people. Our regional expansion has
been boosted by the acquisition of local land planning experts
Lovejoy (2008) and Andrew Martin Associates (2009).
Our key projects in the area include:
Library of Birmingham: Capita Symonds is
project and cost manager on this flagship scheme which is expected
to attract up to 10,000 visitors per day when it opens in
Wolverhampton BSF: Wolverhampton City Council's £270m
Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme will deliver 26
schools in four phases over the next four years.
Nottingham BSF: Capita Symonds is part of the
‘inspiredspaces’ consortium that is playing an integral role in
delivering Nottingham City Council's Building Schools for the
Future (BSF) programme and Primary Capital Programme. To date, 12
schools have been rebuilt or refurbished through the scheme with a
number of schools in the design and/or construction phase.
Royal Derbyshire Hospital: The £334m Royal
Derbyshire ‘Super Hospital’ combines the existing services of two
hospitals - the Derby General Hospital and Derby Royal Infirmary -
on the site of the city’s old general hospital.
- Golden Square,
Birmingham: Designed by
our land planning division, the
development will be at the heart of the city’s Jewellery
Quarter which is home to more than 1500 businesses, 200 listed
buildings, and produces over 40% of all the jewellery manufactured
in the UK every year.
Earl Shilton and Barwell Area Action Plan: It is
anticipated that by 2026 the plan will deliver approximately 4100
new homes, 10.5ha of employment development and act as a catalyst
for regeneration in the town and village centres.
Birmingham Public Land Initiative (PLI): Capita
Symonds has been working with Birmingham City Council and the HCA
(Homes and Communities Agency) to develop an innovative financial
model for one of the country’s first housing developments to be
delivered under the Homes and Communities Agency’s (HCA) Public
Land Initiative (PLI) model which offers incentives to developers
to build houses for sale based on a long term profit sharing
arrangement. The £25m development comprises 234 new, high-quality
family homes and is expected to be complete in autumn 2012.
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