i9 emerged as a scheme following the success of the award-winning i10 building and was unveiled by the City of Wolverhampton at MIPIM property event in 2017 after a national competition was run for the winning design.
It is hoped i9, which will provide 50,000 sq. ft. of Grade A office space, will be completed in 2020 and could become a national or regional headquarters for a major business.
Glenn Howells Architects’ design was selected by the Council and development partner, Ion, from a strong field of ten UK leading architects and urban design practices.
A drop-in event held on Thursday, 18th January, 3pm to 7pm at the Light House, The Chubb Buildings, Fryer St, Wolverhampton WV1 1HT, will give the public the opportunity to see the plans that Ion has developed for the site, meet the architects and give feedback to the developer’s team. You can also download the QUESTIONNAIRE to complete with your views of the proposed development.
Please CLICK HERE for further information about this landmark office development as part of the Wolverhampton Interchange project.