Welcome to the Jewellery Quarter

The Jewellery Quarter Development Trust delivers projects that support businesses, protects heritage and promotes this historic area of Birmingham.

Welcome to the Jewellery Quarter

Home to over 700 jewellers and independent retailers, a thriving food and drink scene and an area steeped in incredible history, the Jewellery Quarter is one of the UK's most unique destinations.

The Jewellery Quarter Development Trust (JQDT) sits at the heart of the Jewellery Quarter and delivers a number of projects that enhance the environment for businesses, visitors and residents. In addition to running a Business Improvement District for the Jewellery Quarter, the JQDT works hard to secure outside investment for the area and continues to protect its heritage through the National Lottery Heritage Fund schemes.

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JQDT projects

Projects include overseeing the JQBID, JQ Townscape Heritage Project, JQ Cemeteries Project and the Neighbourhood Plan.

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JQBID projects

From cleaning and floral displays, to place marketing and heritage schemes, explore the JQBID's many projects.

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Business Plan

Read the JQBID's 2017 - 2022 Business Plan including the six projects of focus.

What people say

"The Jewellery Quarter Festival was absolutely incredible. We stumbled upon the Saturday and the kids absolutely loved it - especially the circus!"

Jodi Smith

"As a local resident and business owner, the JQ goes from strength to strength with exciting new independents and services What's not to like?"

Martin Hogg

"The Jewellery Quarter is a hidden gem with many small businesses spread over a wide range of industries. Such a nice community."

Jason Tate

Jewellery Quarter News

With a large community of businesses, residents and makers, there's always news to share. Browse through the latest news stories from across the Quarter.

Birmingham Heritage Week in the Jewellery Quarter

JQBID supports Birmingham Heritage Week with full events programme for the Jewellery Quarter

The Jewellery Quarter Development Trust (JQDT) is supporting Birmingham Heritage Week by running a host of interactive events ...
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L-R: Gaynor Steele, Steve Lovell, Fay Easton, David Wisehall

JQBID unveils first phase of brand new grant-funded eco garden project

The first phase of a brand-new eco-garden has been unveiled at the Jewellery Quarter Railway Station by the ...
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Unveiling the memorial stone in the new Garden of Memory at Warstone Lane Cemetery.

New Garden of Memory unveiled at restored Jewellery Quarter cemetery

The results of a £2.3m project to restore historic cemeteries in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter were ...
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