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Revolution Bars Group gets go-ahead to open Revolución de Cuba in Birmingham

Revolution Bars Group, the operator of 66 premium bars across the UK under the Revolution and Revolución de Cuba brands, has been given the go-ahead to open a site in Birmingham.

The company has been granted permission by the city council to open Revolución de Cuba in Temple Street.

The space is occupied by parcel collection business DX while the upper floors, previously home to the Birmingham Law Society, are vacant.

Under the plans, the ground and first floors would provide seating for 84 and 79 covers respectively, while the basement would be used as a cellar and bottle store. The second floor would comprise a kitchen and toilet facilities.

A planning statement said the new bar would regenerate the site and bring it back into “productive, economic and employment-generating use”.

The approval comes weeks after Revolution Bars Group received the go-ahead to open a Revolution site in nearby Solihull.

The company will refurbish the former Jimmy Spices site, which closed in June last year, in Station Road to provide bar areas and seating across the ground and first floors. A retractable roof could also be erected to provide external seating.


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