Birmingham Centenary Square design options on show

The shortlisted designs for the regeneration of Centenary Square in Birmingham are now on show.

Centenary Square. Image: Supplied
Centenary Square. Image: Supplied

Designs by Atkins, Barton Willmore, Broadway Malyan, Graeme Massie Architects and Open Studio Architects with United Visual Artists were shortlisted in the competition which is run by the Royal Institute of British Architects.

They will be on show at the Library of Birmingham on the third floor from 22 to 30 May.  Opening hours are Mondays and Tuesdays: 11am - 7pm; Wednesdays to Saturdays: 11am - 5pm and the library is closed on Sundays.

Members of the public will have an opportunity to vote for their favourite scheme both at the physical exhibition and online at

The five shortlisted teams will present their designs to the judging panel on 5 June, and the outcome of the public consultation will also be considered before a winner is chosen by the end of June.

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