The i9 site has potential to provide upwards of 40,000 sq ft of Grade A office accommodation in a distinctive landmark building.
i9 aims to build on the success of the adjoining i10 building which was completed in 2016. i9 was initially unveiled by the City of Wolverhampton Council and ION at MIPIM 2017 following a national competition for the winning design.
A public consultation took place on the 18th January 2018 and the Planning Application was submitted a month later in February.
Wolverhampton Interchange is a vision to renew and transform Wolverhampton city centre by radically improving our transport gateways and connections. New international quality rail and bus terminals are the centrepiece of a much wider development project creating a new commercial and retail destination in the heart of a thriving and connected city centre.