Welcome to Jewellery Quarter Neighbourhood Forum website! The Jewellery Quarter Neighbourhood Forum is the independent voice of the residents of the Jewellery Quarter, representing everyone and doing all we can to make the Quarter the best possible place to live. We want to keep you informed about life in the Quarter and to hear from […]
Posted on 05 March 2014.
This year for the blogs we are putting up the significant planning applications to inform residents. We won’t bother with the more minor things like replacement windows, BT boxes etc as the Jewellery Quarter Development Trust (JQDT) looks at these (of which the JQNF is a member), and residents can comment on these individually. We […]
Posted on 11 February 2014.
We’ve been asked by the city council to publish this information regards the recent application by the Jewellery Quarter Neighbourhood Planning Forum. Information about the application and details of how you can respond are below. The consultation is open until March 5th 2014. On the 30th December 2013 the Jewellery Quarter Neighbourhood Planning Forum formally applied to […]
Posted on 05 February 2014.
The Jewellery Quarter Development Trust (JQDT) – of which the JQNF is a member – is keen to attract four additional Directors to bring further diversity and experience to the Board and to help develop the Quarter as a destination to visit, and in which to live, work and learn. Successful applicants will attend four […]
Posted on 14 January 2014.
Local residents are invited to: LADYWOOD WARD COMMITTEE (The Jewellery Quarter is in Ladywood Ward) Monday 20 January 2014 | 7- 9pm Ladywood Health & Community Centre St Vincent Street West, B16 8RP Main Items for Discussion – – The Greater Icknield Draft Masterplan, including the Icknield Port Loop – After 10 years, things are […]
Posted on 13 January 2014.
Shortly before Christmas signs appeared on lampposts on Albion Street advertising the proposal to turn St George’s Court office building into a new secondary school; the fourth in the successful model of Perry Beeches. Perry Beeches II on Newhall St was and is warmly welcomed by Jewellery Quarter residents and businesses, and has an […]
Posted on 23 December 2013.
The Blue Orange Theatre announces classes and courses for the New Year: Classes include Introduction to Acting, Improvisation, and Performance Combat. For details visit: http://www.blueorangetheatre.co.uk/adultevening.htm Fri 10 & Sat 11 Jan | Adult Bullying and its Consequences: Fact or Fiction? In Sept 2013 writers from across the country submitted scripts based on research in which members of […]
Posted on 07 December 2013.
Local residents are invited to attend the LADYWOOD WARD COMMITTEE Tuesday 10 December 2013 | 7- 9pm | The Oratory RC Primary School, Oliver Road, Ladywood B16 9ER Main Items for Discussion – 20 mph Speed Limit Consultation Ladywood Community Development Trust Chamberlain Gardens Park – ‘Early Win’ Summerfield Area of Restraint Policy The agenda can be viewed within […]
Posted on 07 December 2013.
Local resident, Sarah Carruthers, has asked us to post information about an event she is involved in. Agape Workplace Initiative and Global Aid Network invite you to a Syrian Cultural Evening raising funds for Syrian refugees, on Tuesday 10th December from 6.30pm onwards. The evening is sponsored and co-hosted by the Syriana Restaurant, 1 Constitution […]
Posted on 01 December 2013.
We’ve teamed up again with Box Entertainment to bring you a Christmas Quiz, which will be on Tuesday 10 December at Fredericks Bar on Fredericks Street. Registration at 7pm and entry is £5 per person. Team members are drawn at random so its a great way to meet your neighbours.
Posted on 29 November 2013.
The nights are drawing in, there’s a chill in the air and the lights are twinkling in the JQ. This can only mean Christmas is on it’s way and with that comes the 24 Carrots Christmas Market. Following on from the success of our summer market in August we’ll be bringing you an even bigger […]
2 planning applications for Albion Street - the George & Dragon and a new school. What do you think? Read more: http://t.co/NrYmnX0tRM