News about Stirchley Co-op Development’s affordable housing and retail space

There is an interesting article talking about the Stirchley Cooperative Development that was approved for planning in late January. It includes quotes from Stirchley residents and Steve McCabe, MP for Birmingham Selly Oak (which covers Stirchley).

“Approved by Birmingham City Council on 21 January, the £6.6m development will include 39 flats and three retail units in Stirchley. It will also feature a new community space including a pedestrian walkway, seating, a community garden, cycle parking and a closed panel timber frame building.”

The rest of the article can be found on the coop news website.