As part of the Jewellery Quarter Neighbourhood Forum (JQNF) Social and fact finding – successfully held the first Jewellery Quarter Social. Thank you to 1000 Trades for hosting, and the 27 people who turned up […]
As you may know, the Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) have been tasked with redrawing the ward boundaries in Birmingham. The ward is the local area covered by your local councillors. The LGBCE […]
Last Friday the The Jewellery Quarter Business Improvement District (JQBID) team organised a litter pick around the Jewellery Quarter. Unfortunately I was working and couldn’t join them, but it’s great to see a small group […]
Beverley Nielsen has been selected at the Liberal Democrat candidate for the newly created position of Mayor of the West Midlands Combined Authority, which will have elections next year. Beverley is former regional director of […]
8th to 18th September 2016 is Birmingham Heritage Week, http://birminghamheritageweek.co.uk Local events, local history and a chance to explore heritage sites and places. Check out the website and see you there.
I have been contacted by local residents about concerns over diversions from Broad Street along Sheepcote Street. Residents are concerned about the speeding vehicles, HGVs and buses travelling down roads not designed for large vehicles. […]
Alongside the local council elections this year we will also be selecting a Police and Crime Commissioner, this is an ineffective post that shouldn’t be political, it should be done by a Police Authority who […]
A few new planning applications this week in the Ladywood area. Some minor modifications to Great Western Arcade and outside seating for the new Grand Hotel. For the Jewellery Quarter the old Harris & Gibbs site […]