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However the creation of a concrete collar around it for a ring road has perhaps been to for businesses inside it, which have struggled to expand.
In place of the viaduct we now have the new boulevard of Moor Street, and the buildings of Masshouse, Hotel LaTour and Birmingham City University, which I am pretty sure would not be there had the Concrete Collar remained.
David Kuczora, a science park tenant and member of the city centre committee for lobbying group Birmingham Future, said: "Despite the efforts invested in the science park and Eastside more generally to inspire both academic and economic development, we remain constrained by the concrete collar.
MAJOR investors in Eastside have welcomed the council's vision as an end to the concrete collar holding back investment in that part of the city.
It should also not be underestimated that the Paradise Circus site is ripe for redevelopment as part of the ongoing plan to break Birmingham City Centre's concrete collar - a process which began with the demolition of Masshouse Circus.
However, the creation of a concrete collar around it for a ring road has perhaps been to the detriment of communities outside of it and for businesses inside it, which have struggled to expand.
Having witnessed the destruction of Masshouse Circus some 15 years ago, its disappointing that work to eradicate the remainder of the concrete collar has not progressed much further.
ST CHAD'S tunnel, one of Birmingham's most famous structures, could be demolished as part of radical plans to break the city centre's concrete collar.