Headland takes Chinese Investment to the UK. Read about the £16 million redevelopment project in The Birmingham Post.

The former head office of Cadbury is set to be transformed into apartments in the second Chinese-backed property development Birmingham has seen.

Franklin House in Bournville – reputedly where the Curly Wurly was invented – will be transformed into an apartment block with up to 96 homes, a garden terrace and a coffee house in a £16 million redevelopment.

It becomes the second scheme funded solely by Chinese cash and will be delivered through a joint venture between city developer Court Collaboration and Hong Kong-based Headland Developments.