Chelmsley Wood Shopping Centre Chelmsley Wood Shopping Centre, Birmingham, B37 5TT
461,120 sq ft
Chelmsley Wood Shopping Centre was constructed in the late 1970's and comprises a number of predominantly single storey retail blocks. The shopping centre benefited from a £40 million extension and refurbishment programme in 2009 which saw it anchored by an ASDA superstore. In 2019, a £2 million refurbishment project of the public realm was completed with the installation of a public square alongside landscaping and street furniture.
The centre benefits from a good representation of national multiple retailers including Wilko, Iceland, JD Sports, Sportsdirect, Poundland and Boots. There are also a number of local independent traders and a covered market. Many local government services such as Job Centre and the library are located in the scheme which makes it a hype of activity with shoppers and workers on a daily basis
The town is a relatively new area, which was built by Birmingham City Council in the late 1960s and early 70s on ancient woodland, once part of the Forest of Arden, as an overspill town for Birmingham. The forest has a rich history and this is celebrated annually with Chelmund Day consisting of parades of mythical characters who once spanned this part of the Midlands. The town benefits from excellent road connections and can be accessed by rail via Marston Green station which provides a direct service to Birmingham New Street and Coventry
All the above information and descriptions (whether in the text, plans or photographs) are given in good faith but should not be relied upon as being a statement of representation or fact. Any areas, measurements or distances referred to are approximate only.
All data ©2023 Completely Property Technology Limited
This was last updated on 04/10/2023