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But council planning officers have recommended the block should be given the green light when the planning committee meets today.
He said: "Taken in a wider context there is going to be demand for buildings of that size and floor space.
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This view was echoed by the council's own Conservation Panel, which said: "The height of the proposed building would result in it looming over the Old Contemptibles and the Unison Building and appearing overbearing."
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Matt Long, a director in the office agency at property firm Colliers International, said the city was facing a shortage of quality office space by 2016 unless sites like this are developed.
"There is just under half a million square feet of grade A space still available and the average market take up over the last five years is 250,000 square feet so there is not a lot left.
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Proposals for a 13 storey office block on the corner of Livery Street and Cornwall Street, next to Snow Hill Station, go before planners this week, but have drawn criticism from conservationists .
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A spokesman said: "A less bulky and oppressive scheme that makes better distinction between the street frontage and a setback tower would be more suitable."
English Heritage and Birmingham's conservation panel have raised objections to the plans, saying it is too overbearing and will harm the Old Contemptibles pub and neighbouring buildings, including the Unison union headquarters, in the Colmore Row conservation area.
"There is a demand to satisfy existing occupiers in Birmingham and for inward investment."
Plans for a giant 40 million office block have been welcomed as a remedy to a medium term shortage of grade A offices despite drawing opposition in the city.
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city to offer realistic pre let opportunities in order to attract potential future inward investment, particularly with existing grade A stock diminishing. Birmingham needs to be able to compete with other regional cities to attract footloose occupiers. It is encouraging that we are seeing commitment by developers to back major redevelopment schemes such as Peat House, as it points to a continued strengthening of the regional economy.".
and brick 1980s built Peat House was until recently home to KPMG accountants. English Heritage said it has no objections to demolition of the existing building but is worried the new office is too large.
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