A developer is being sought for the former Selly Oak Hospital site in Birmingham.
The 43-acre site is being described as the largest residential/mixed-use development opportunity to come to the market in the city in the last 10 years.
DTZ has been instructed by University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (UHB) to find a purchaser for the site, which has outline planning permission for up to 650 dwellings as well a number of other uses including shops, restaurant and cafes and office space.
The site is located approximately two miles south west of Birmingham city centre with the main concentration of hospital buildings located on the northern side of Raddlebarn Road.
Most of the buildings were built prior to 1900 although there have been numerous contemporary additions and replacement structures.
Iain McArthur, director in DTZ's residential and development consultancy team, said: "This is an outstanding opportunity to be part of one of the most substantial development opportunities within Birmingham in the last decade.
"It is also a vital site for the city, delivering much needed housing to cater for growing demand within the area."
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