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Joseph Mews Property Group release new images of Jewellery Quarter development

The first CGIs of the residential development Lockside Wharf in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter have been released. Property investment company Joseph Mews, which is working with London-based property development company Consortia Developments to bring the properties to market, have released the images this month. Lockside Wharf, once called Scotland Works, is

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Birmingham Property Investment Group Appointed by National Developer

Joseph Mews Property Group announces appointment by Consortia Developments Birmingham property investment group Joseph Mews has been appointed by London-based property development company Consortia Developments. The newly formed group, which is based within the Jewellery Quarter, is to work with Consortia Developments to bring the new Lockside Wharf apartments in

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New Property Investment Group Launches in Midlands

Joseph Mews Property Group offering residential developments to buyers launches this week A new property investment group has this week been launched in the Midlands, which will target both investors and landlords. The Joseph Mews Property Group has been set up by former SevenCapital director Andy Foote – who formerly

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BDC 318 : Jul 2024

joseph mews

Joseph Mews Property Group release new images of Jewellery Quarter development

The first CGIs of the residential development Lockside Wharf in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter have been released. Property investment company Joseph Mews, which is working with London-based property development company Consortia Developments to bring the properties to market, have released the images this month. Lockside Wharf, once called Scotland Works, is currently under development and will be a careful restoration of a historic Birmingham landmark situated along the city’s canal system. The canal-side development, based on Scotland Street, was formerly offices and is a historic Victorian building, recognised as a hub of manufacturing in Birmingham since 1897. Work has already begun to convert the site into 61 one, two and three-bedroom apartments, split across the restored old building and a brand-new building on the adjacent empty site. There will also be roof extensions, creating four penthouse-style apartments at the top of the development. While one half of Lockside Wharf will be a complete restoration of the original structure, the other will be a newly developed structure on the neighbouring brownfield site. The newly released images by Joseph Mews showcase what the inside of some of the apartments will look like, featuring designer Poggenpohl kitchens, quartz worktops and designer interior styling, as well as wine fridges and balconies. The Joseph Mews Property Group, which officially launched at the start of the year, and was set up by former SevenCapital sales director Andy Foote, is proud to be helping Consortia Developments bring this product to market. Andy said: “Throughout the development it will keep its ‘reclaimed aesthetic’ with exposed brickwork and steel sitting alongside Karndean flooring, state-of-the-art appliances and clean lines. “It’s expected that Lockside Wharf will be a unique proposition for buy-to-let investors interested in Birmingham. The wider development is designed to appeal to the professional tenants flocking to Birmingham in search of work at some of the biggest companies in the city. We are looking forward to bringing these homes to the market, alongside Consortia Developments,” he said. Lockside Wharf is expected to complete in the second quarter of next year. For more details about Joseph Mews email Sales@Joseph-Mews.com or visit www.joseph-mews.com.

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Birmingham Property Investment Group Appointed by National Developer

Joseph Mews Property Group announces appointment by Consortia Developments Birmingham property investment group Joseph Mews has been appointed by London-based property development company Consortia Developments. The newly formed group, which is based within the Jewellery Quarter, is to work with Consortia Developments to bring the new Lockside Wharf apartments in Birmingham City Centre, to market. The canal-side development, based on Scotland Street, was formerly an office building. Work has already begun to convert it into 16, one-bedroom and two bedroom duplex apartments. There will also be roof extensions, which will house four penthouse-style apartments, and a new building on the adjacent car park, creating an additional 45 homes, three of which will be affordable. Olly Clayton, Partner at Consortia, said: “Lockside Wharf is one of the most exciting new developments for Birmingham city-centre. This is why we’ve partnered with Joseph Mews to help bring it to market. “Aside from their extensive past performance in the city’s development sector, they understand what it takes to help deliver a high-end project such as Lockside Wharf in an increasingly competitive central Birmingham market. “With Lockside Wharf covering nearly 45,000 sq.ft of waterfront space minutes from the highly desirable Jewellery Quarter and Brindleyplace, it represents a truly thoughtful restoration – a unique addition to the local market composed of beautiful warehouse-style apartments. We can’t wait to see Lockside Wharf take shape and how Joseph Mews will help bring this stunning new development to an entirely new audience.” The Joseph Mews Property Group, which officially launched at the start of the year, was set up by former SevenCapital sales director Andy Foote Andy said: “We are really proud to be working alongside such a well established company, and on such a great scheme right in the heart of the city we love so much. Consortia Developments are really creating a fantastic addition to the city with Lockside Wharf being redeveloped, and we are looking forward to working with them to bring such incredible homes to market.” Lockside Wharf is expected to complete in the second quarter of next year. For more details about Joseph Mews email Sales@Joseph-Mews.com or visit www.joseph-mews.com.

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New Property Investment Group Launches in Midlands

Joseph Mews Property Group offering residential developments to buyers launches this week A new property investment group has this week been launched in the Midlands, which will target both investors and landlords. The Joseph Mews Property Group has been set up by former SevenCapital director Andy Foote – who formerly led the distribution side of that business as SevenInvest – and already has three new UK residential developments on its books. The developments will be announced later this month by the group alongside the four new developers they will be working with. Joseph Mews will assist these developers in bringing these new developments to market across some of the most exciting investment locations in the country. Andy is well known within the Midlands, having led SevenCapital’s global distribution team through more than £900 million in sales for the past eight years. Now, he is expanding that distribution team, SevenInvest, into the Joseph Mews Property Group. Joseph Mews Property Group will sit within his existing group of companies, including Alexander Daniels, The Brain Tumour Charity, BMS Ltd and Nub & Ho Properties. With a focus on helping clients to build wealth through property, the business will also provide industry-leading market research, in-depth investment consultancy and outstanding customer service that Andy has successfully led teams to deliver over the past few years. Andy said: “Myself and the team are incredibly excited to be taking on this new challenge, which will allow us to extend our reach to new audiences and partners around the globe while providing an outstanding standard of care and exceptional investment opportunities for clients. “Our focus will be on delivering quality developments alongside quality developers, working closely with capable and trusted partners to bring the most exciting projects to our investors.” Based in the Jewellery Quarter, Joseph Mews Property Group was named after Andy’s son who passed away in 2007 to a brain tumour aged just nine-years-old. For more details about Joseph Mews email Sales@Joseph-Mews.com or visit www.joseph-mews.com.

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