Phase 3: Edgbaston Stadium & Community Masterplan

The Masterplan is our ambitious project to transform Edgbaston stadium into a multi-use sports, residential, commercial, and community complex.

We will combine elite sport, conferencing and events with community assets in order to improve health and social care, education, employment and social cohesion in the area.

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“Edgbaston is one of the world’s best-loved cricket grounds, having been the backdrop for great sporting drama for nearly 140 years. These proposals help realise the legacy of the Commonwealth Games, creating a welcoming place for our whole community to enjoy.”

Stuart Cain

Stuart Cain

Chief Executive

Community is at the heart of the Masterplan. The Edgbaston plaza will provide a venue for community markets, open-air screenings and more, as well as becoming a natural home for other cultural events like Eid and Diwali celebrations.

Our proposals also include a stadium-based multi-use community hub with the potential for an NHS walk-in centre.

Masterplan partners, Compass Group UK & Ireland, have launched Xcelerate with Edgbaston, a new catering and hospitality centre of excellence situated behind the Wyatt Stand.

It offers apprenticeships, career development, and skills training for people wanting to work in the sector. It will provide exciting career opportunities for local people – and we hope some of its graduates will come to work with us at Edgbaston.

An on-site hotel is also being considered, linked to the redevelopment of the existing Raglan and Family stands, which will serve the stadium’s growing conference and events business, as well as providing accommodation during major sporting events


Phase 1: £32 million redevelopment of the South and West Stands.


Phase 2: New entrance plaza, car parking and ‘The Edgbaston Residences’ complex.


Phase 3: Edgbaston Stadium & Community Masterplan launch.

Phase 2: Plaza and The Edgbaston Residences

The latest phase of Edgbaston’s ambitious Masterplan redevelopment has been realised with the launch of a new apartment complex.

Corkfield consists of 375 apartments – including studios to three-bed accommodation – underground parking, 14,000 sq ft of retail space a spacious rooftop terrace overlooking the stadium.

It’s the culmination of seven years of planning and three years of construction.

Corkfield is the latest step towards transforming Edgbaston Stadium into a leading, mixed-use destination with cricket and community at its core.

“I’m delighted to celebrate the completion of Phase 2 of the Edgbaston Stadium Masterplan. We look forward to welcoming our new neighbours to Edgbaston stadium over the coming seasons.”

Craig Flindall

Craig Flindall

Chief Operating Officer

The apartments range from £1,100 to £2,200 per month and include use of all amenities, maintenance and WiFi to each apartment. There is a 24-7 concierge, residents’ events programme and eight full-time staff will be based on site.

In addition, the Club’s works as part of the Masterplan included a new entrance piazza and car parking zones, totalling over 15,000 square metres.

Viewings of Corkfield can be booked at

Olivia Seaton, Asset Manager at PATRIZIA said: “Edgbaston is Birmingham’s most sought-after address, combining easy access to the city centre with a leafy setting.

“As well as the Stadium right on our doorstep, the Midlands Arts Centre (MAC) – with its programme of film, theatre and arts events – and Cannon Hill Park are right across the road. Edgbaston Village, Moseley and Stirchley are all walkable and offer lively bars and bakeries, with restaurants ranging from friendly independents to gastro pubs and Michelin stars.

“More than 800 people are expected to live at Corkfield and we look forward to building a vibrant new community here.”

Phase 1: South Stand and West Stand

Phase 1 of the Edgbaston Masterplan saw the £32 million redevelopment of the South and West Stands, which created some of the best facilities of its kind created for spectators, hospitality guests, players and match officials.

Following the demolition of around one third of the stadium, this phase of the Masterplan completed ahead of the England men’s 2011 Test match versus India, which saw the hosts go top of the ICC men’s Test match world rankings.