Dandara Living
Warners Fields
Warners Fields
Dandara Living


We have been working with award-winning Birmingham-based Glenn Howells Architects to devise a long-term vision for the neighbourhood, inspired by the history of the local area and building on the council's own ideas for how the River Rea could come to life.

Over 50% of the site is devoted to green and pedestrian space. The buildings are set around a mixture of public and private gardens, planted riverbanks and green pedestrian routes running across the site. The illustrative masterplan below shows how the site could be developed.

Warners Fields 3d visual detailing various buildings as part of the proposal
Warners Fields plan layout detailing various buildings as part of the proposal
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Apollo Gardens

A riverside public park spanning both sides of the River Rea

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Hurst Place

Residential building with workspace on the ground floor

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Bankside East & West

Leisure & retail destinations on either side of the river

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Apollo Square

A park designed for the residents of Warners Fields to relax and unwind

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Henry Bradford Centre

A co-working hub with studio space

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Riverside Park

A riverside park and second bridge crossing

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Future Buildings

These are buildings within the masterplan which are in outline with all matters reserved

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The Warner Building

One of several residential buildings to be included within Warners Fields. The Warners Building will include a café on the ground floor

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The Moseley Building

15-storey residential block with 360 degree views across the city

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Future Marker Building

A key marker building of 15+ storeys which acts as a bookend to The Moseley Building

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Smithfield Masterplan

Footprint of the current Smithfield application



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