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Bradford St Business

Although parts of our beloved Bradford Street need some TLC, other parts are seeing a brand new lease of life. Two new businesses have opened their...

Redevelopment of Westminster Works

The intial stages of proposals to redevelop the Westminster Works on Alcester Street are being undertaken by Campbell Architects on behalf of Dhill...

Demolition plan for 1 Hillside Crescent

There are plans to demolish 1 Hillside Crescent in Newsome. Read more → Demolition plan for 1 Hillside Crescent

Creative City and Curzon Square – ‘Birmingham’s New Museum Quarter’

So today Birmingham City Council launched the Birmingham Creative City initiative, which aims to increase investment in creative industries and boo...

Breaking News on Twitter: new art gallery complex at Curzon Street Station

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The Eagle

On a recent walk, I took in the sight of Floodgate Street only to find that the Floodgate Tavern is no more! The pub has (apparently) changed hands...

Good With Wood?

Over a year ago now an abandoned factory that was previously known as Good With Wood was stripped and cleared out. Located on Bradford Street and q...

Ch-ch-Changes

There have been changes afoot in Digbeth recently, all for the better in my opinion. amey have been carrying out street lighting improvements on be...

Reclaim The Spaces at Park Works and discover Digbeth’s secret garden at the next guerilla picnic!

The weather was not our friend at the last Reclaim The Spaces guerilla picnic on Sunday 17th July but thanks to Carl’s quick-thinking, rain d...

Digbeth Shutterbugs.

Local rock music lensman Tony of Stagedive photography infamy chooses the grittier streets of Digbeth as a backdrop for his Bombers [Fbk] shoot. Th...

Digbeth Residents’ Association support campaign to save Birmingham’s Wholesale Markets

Bernice Ellis and Carol Byrne from the Bullring Open Market Committee came to the last Digbeth Residents’ Association meeting to talk to loca...

Link: ‪Enterprise Zone: Digbeth the new world’s technology centre?‬‏ – YouTube

‪Enterprise Zone: Digbeth the new world’s technology centre?‬‏ – YouTube – George Osborne pays Digbeth a vist to announce t...

Digbeth Civic Hall

I was just sent this link by John Tighe, of a performance at the Digbeth Civic Hall (now known as the HMW Institute) back when it was a ‘prop...

Link: Digbeth Development Survey

Digbeth Development Survey – Jonathan Clarke would be very grateful if you could answer a few questions: The purpose of this questionnaire is...

Reclaim The Spaces: picnicking in Connaught Square

The second Reclaim The Spaces guerilla picnic on Sunday 19th June wasn’t where I thought it would be when Carl and I set out with our well-...

@brumpolice resolve racist graffiti problem on Bradford Street

I just wanted to show the story of @brumpolice on twitter resolving a racist graffiti problem on some Bradford Street building site hoardings after...

Second Reclaim The Spaces guerilla picnic this Sunday 19th June

Just a reminder that it’s the second Reclaim The Spaces guerilla picnic this Sunday 19th June.  The Facebook event page is updated, the picn...

Reclaim The Spaces May picnic: Curzon Street Station

The first Reclaim The Spaces guerilla picnic was held on Sunday 15th May in the grounds of the old entrance building of Curzon Street Station, of w...

The Digbeth Summit

Imagine the Digbeth Summit… Thursday 9 June 6.30-8pm Eastside Projects Digbeth Residents Association will be taking part in the Digbeth Summi...

Moseley Road Update #2 from Newwaves

Our last update on the Moseley Road houses revealed that there appeared to be some decisions being made with regards to the future of the buildings...

Finchley Central Café takes over Avenue House Kiosk and will reopen during the next week

With all the weather forecasts indicating we are going to have a very warm June and July, this will be a blessing for most of us who like to visit ...

Richard Trengrouse asks: Is the Regeneration Zone Good for Digbeth?

Some thought-provoking words from Richard Trengrouse about Digbeth being part of the Birmingham City Centre Enterprise Zone: You may have seen in ...

Picnicking in style at the first Reclaim The Spaces guerilla picnic tomorrow

Whilst at the Retro Brum vintage fair in the Custard Factory last Saturday I spotted and snapped up this gorgeous little picnic basket set. It got ...

The disappointing case of Barnet Council, HADAS and the Church Farmhouse Museum.

The following letter has come to our attention and as we believe that the recipient would like to remain anonymous, We have omitted his name, other...

Guerilla gardening with Birmingham Friends of The Earth

The other day Birmingham Friends of The Earth announced over twitter they’d doing a bit of lunchtime guerilla gardening with their leftover s...

Reclaim The Spaces guerilla picnic #1 next Sunday 15th May

I’ve made a flyer/poster for the first Reclaim The Spaces guerilla picnic next Sunday 15th May, to explore and enjoy hidden pockets of Digbet...

Reclaim the spaces

The green-fingered amongst you might be inclined to join Birmingham Friends of the Earth today for Sunflower Sunday, which marks International Gue...

Harrison Drape Redevelopment Proposals

As reported previously by Carl, plans have been submitted to turn the former Harrison Drape building on Bradford Street into a hotel/carpark comple...

Link: Birmingham Friends of the Earth: Looking for growing space in Digbeth

Birmingham Friends of the Earth: Looking for growing space in Digbeth – An appeal from Rosie: It would appear that people are getting sick an...

Digbeth Residents Association – Next Meeting

The next meeting of Digbeth Residents Association will take place on Monday 11th April at 6pm in the NOMAD room, ground floor ZELLIG, Custard Facto...

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