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Estates Gazette: "Hammerson goes 'touchy feely' at Brum's Bullring"

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"It appears the Birmingham Alliance has gone all 'touchy feely' of late. The partnership involving Hammerson (who is also project manager), Future Fund and Henderson Global Investors plans to delight shoppers with new public art, inspired by the concept of the soundwaves created when a tree is cut down and falls to the ground (blimey!), a new 'living' wall, and water feature.

"Subject to consent, shoppers will be able to enjoy the striking new public art, when it will be unveiled as part of the opening of the Bullring's new dining quarter - Spiceal Street - in winter 2011."

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