Plans for the i9 Building will be on display at a drop-in event on Thursday 18 January from 3-7pm at the Light House, The Chubb Buildings, Fryer Street, Wolverhampton WV1 1HT.
The event will give the public the opportunity to see the plans for the site, meet the architects and give feedback to the developer’s team. Plans are also available to view on the project website.
Fraser Godfrey, GHA Architect said: ‘We look forward to discussing the project with as many local people as possible. The design had to be sensitive to neighbouring landmarks such as the Chubb Buildings and the Prince Albert pub and will become a stunning contemporary addition to Wolverhampton’s family of red-brick Victorian buildings. It is set to house restaurants or cafes in the ground floor of the building as well as a rooftop amenity space, with panoramic views towards the city centre conservation area and Interchange.’
Steve Parry, Managing Director of Ion, commented: ‘Glenn Howells Architects have created a brilliant concept for i9. It will strengthen Wolverhampton’s appeal as a place to conduct business. We look forward to showcasing the design and hearing the feedback from the public.’
Further details can be found on the Wolverhampton Interchange website.