Having established an enviable reputation in the residential housebuilding sector, Cerda are quickly becoming the go-to consultancy for tall city centre developments in Birmingham, whether hotel, student or residential led. Opportunities are being realised on these highly sustainable inner urban sites where densities are being boosted through robust site analysis and innovative design solutions.

Within the second city Cerda is working closely with talented, technical environmental and architectural practices dealing with issues including daylight provisitions, aviation considerations, telecommunications issues, micro-climate implications, design and materials.  When taken together with viability and promoting social cohesion in the way the supporting car clubs/cycle workshops/gyms/open spaces are laid out enables the design team to embrace the City Councils ‘Route 2 Zero’ corporate sustainability agenda. Quite the task. 

A number of high-profile development proposals have been expertly shepherded through the planning process – involving a varety of key stakeholders including design specialists in the City Council.

Click on the images below to see our Lancaster Wharf, The Square and Princip Street schemes.


“We are exceptionally proud of delivering valuable planning permissions for our clients.

A real culmination of knowledge, expertise, creativity and vision”

Michael Robson, Managing Director, CERDA PLANNING


Team Talk

Team Talk

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Cerda Opens New East Midlands Office

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Why Cerda?

Why Cerda?

WHY 'CERDA'? Ever wondered where our name comes from and why we chose it?  Take a look below to find out.   Are you familiar with the infamous grid-like street pattern of Barcelona?  In its time it was a “revolutionary” extension to an over-crowded,...

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