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JQNF Open Meeting | Tue 17 May 2016 | 6.30 – 8.30pm | New Standard Works

Your fellow residents at the Jewellery Quarter Neighbourhood Forum (JQNF) would be delighted to see you at an Open Meeting (inc AGM) on Tuesday 17 May 2016 from 6.30 – 8.30pm at the New Standard Works (Vittoria Street, B1 3ND) If you live in the Jeweller Quarter the JQNF is your organisation. We are an […]

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The JQ Plan: summary released

Neighbourhood Plans give people the opportunity to help shape the future of the community they live and work in. The Jewellery Quarter was designated a Neighbourhood Planning Area in 2014. CLICK HERE to find out more about the Neighbourhood Plan, including the background. A group of volunteers (made up of a cross-section of local businesses and residents) set about […]

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Planning applications in the JQ (from March)

If you are interested in Jewellery Quarter planning applications lodged in March, check out the Jewellery Quarter Development Trust’s  (JQDT) Development Tracker (found here). These applications include: Land adjacent, 27 and 28 George Street Construction of 6 no townhouses with associated parking and landscaping 35 St Pauls Square Listed Building Consent for the conversion of […]

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Who killed Willie Blewitt? | April 14th | Informal networking event for JQ Businesses and Residents

Do you live or work in the Jewellery Quarter? Do you want to make connections locally to grow your business or network? Then our lively and informal networking evening on Thursday 14th April may be right up your Street. Who killed Willie Blewitt? April 14th, 5.30pm start: Informal networking event for Jewellery Quarter Businesses and Residents […]

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George and Dragon set to reopen this summer as The Pig & Tail

From the Birmingham Mail: “A historic Jewellery Quarter pub vacant for almost two decades is poised to reopen this summer as a new bar launched by the owners of The Pickled Piglet. “Called The Pig & Tail, it will be housed in the Grade II listed former George and Dragon in Albion Street and will […]

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Developments on Lionel Street

Plans for two developments on Lionel Street in the Jewellery Quarter – near the entrance to Snow Hill Station – have been announced. The office block at 16-17 Lionel Street, which has been vacant for 15 years, will be converted into 14 high-end apartments. And Queensway House – just next door – will be turned […]

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Current planning applications in the JQ

JQNF is a Member of the Jewellery Quarter Development Trust (JQDT). Through the Trust, a Planning Consultative Committee – comprising businesses and residents in the Quarter – meet to reviews applications and lodge comments to Birmingham City Council. You can find a tracker of current applications on the JQDT website, via the link titled: JQDT Planning Tracker […]

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Ladywood Ward Forum: Wed 24th Feb 7pm (updated, now includes agenda)

UPDATE: click here to download the agenda, and click here to download the minutes of the previous meeting Birmingham City Council invite local residents to come along to the LADYWOOD WARD FORUM Wednesday 24 February 2016 at 7pm at Ladywood Health & Community Centre, St Vincent Street West B16 8RP Starting with a news report […]

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The Pen Museum wins Heritage Lottery Fund support

The Pen Museum has received £90,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) towards a project set to see the museum secure its future and introduce new generations to this largely unknown part of Birmingham’s past. The project will develop the museum’s spaces and volunteer workforce, and when it opens in August 2016 will include new exhibitions, […]

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Your last chance to respond to Boundary Commission proposals (deadline: Feb 8th)

The deadline for making comments to the Boundary Commission regarding their proposals to re-draw the Wards in Birmingham is February 8th. You only have a few days left to make your voice heard. The Local Government Boundary Commission has made proposals to change the Wards within Birmingham City Council’s administrative area. This would see the […]

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