Alexander Stadium legacy and Perry Park enhancements

Closed 14 Aug 2023

Opened 17 Jul 2023


In 2019, Birmingham City Council consulted with you on the initial redevelopment of the Alexander Stadium which became the focal point of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. At that time, the City Council also set out its vision to deliver a true legacy asset following the event, that the city and its residents could be proud of.

Since the Games, the Council has been developing proposals which will ensure that legacy is delivered, as well as the aspirations set out in the Perry Barr 2040 Masterplan. Birmingham City Council is working hard to secure additional funding to deliver all elements of the proposal.

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Now we welcome your thoughts once again so we can ensure feedback is considered before a planning application is submitted in late summer 2023.

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If referencing an illustrative example in your feedback, please use the reference number listed below the image (i.e, A1 – Signature Junior Multiplay).

Why your views matter

Your feedback is essential in helping us to create a destination for all.

To have your say, please click the feedback form (linked below). Alternatively, you can complete a feedback form:

  • at the Gymnastics & Martial Arts Centre (GMAC), Walsall Road, Perry Barr, B42 2LR (please ask at reception)
  • at Tower Hill Library, Tower Hill, Birmingham, B42 1LG (please ask at reception)
  • at Library of Birmingham, Centenary Square, Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2ND (please ask at reception)

If you would like help in understanding any of the materials, or a copy of the materials in an alternate format (in another language, braille or larger print), please contact the Stadium engagement team (email provided on the right).

What happens next

We intend to submit a planning application for the redevelopment of the stadium to Birmingham City Council in late summer 2023.

There will be a further opportunity to comment on the proposals during Birmingham City Council’s statutory consultation period as part of the planning application determination process.

We expect to receive a decision on our application in early 2024. Subject to planning permission being granted, construction will begin in 2024.



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