Work has begun to implement highly innovative economic zones across the city bringing £1.5bn and 50,000 new jobs into the city.
The zones align Birmingham’s planning strategy with its economic priorities. Sectors identified for attracting the greatest inward investment will be able to benefit from simplified planning, discounts on business rates and business support.
Over its lifetime, when all the development is delivered, it will:
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