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Introducing Bishton Fletcher Building

This new development is ideally situated to the heart of Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, a neighbourhood heralded as a 'national treasure' by English Heritage.

Housed in one of the area's most architecturally celebrated buildings, this residence has been sensitively restored and converted into 12 bespoke, modern apartments.

Facilities and Features

  • 12 units exclusive to IP Global
  • 2-bedroom apartments available
  • Located in the heart of Birmingham's famous Jewellery Quarter
  • Luxury converted property with high-end fittings
  • 6 educational institutions within 28 minutes of the development


6 Legge Lane, Birmingham B1 3LE, UK


2 Bedrooms




October 2020

Rental yield

avg. 4.6%


250 years

A Closer Look At Bishton Fletcher Building

Why Invest in Birmingham?

#1 Most Investable City:

Most investable city in the UK, as voted by PwC and Urban Land Institute’s Emerging Trends Survey 2019

Strong House Price Growth:

House prices are forecast to rise 15.9% in the city between 2019-2023

Positive Population Growth:

Nearly 100,000 new households will be created in the next two decades, set to add increased pressure to the already undersupplied housing market

  • Birmingham, UK: June 29, 2018: The Bullring Shopping Centre - Birmingham. People walking across the pedestrianised zone between Grand Central Station and the Bullring complex.
  • Terraced Houses and blured "Black Cab"in London.
  • Birmingham, United Kingdom - April 13, 2016: Birmingham Canals - Brindley Palace, tourists and locals enjoying a summer evening
  • Crowd of people waiting for check-in.

Birmingham's Economy Is Rising



13% GVA growth is forecast for Birmingham between 2019-2023, above the UK GVA forecast of 9.7%


2022 Commonwealth Games

Host of the 2022 Commonwealth Games, bring a GBP500 million investment to the West Midlands



1.1% employment growth per annum is forecast between 2019-2023



HSBC, Deutsche Bank, Barclays and HM Revenue and Customs are collectively relocated and increasing staff numbers to approximately 8,000 personnel by 2020

UK's youngest and fastest growing regional city

The region’s cosmopolitan, vibrant landscape is reflected in Mercer’s Global Quality of Living Report, which ranks Birmingham in the world’s top 50 cities, ahead of Dubai, Hong Kong and Rome.


A National Treasure

Heralded as a ‘national treasure’ and ‘a place of unique character’ by English Heritage, Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter houses Europe’s largest concentration of businesses involved in the jewellery trade and produces 40% of all the jewellery made in the UK.

Steeped in incredible history, the Jewellery District is a diverse destination and home today to a bustling food and drink scene.

The area continues to enjoy significant local investment and unabated restoration, making it an undeniably attractive place to live and work in the UK.


Payment process

  • A copy of your passport
  • A completed IP Global Unit Application Form
  • Payment of HK$25,000 client fee at the time of reservation
  • 20% upon exchange of contracts
  • 80% upon completion

*Prices and details are correct at the time of going to press. Readers are advised to make their own enquiries to verify such information.

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