Waterloo 1815

David Mahony, Director of PCPT Architects and member of the JQDT Board, looks back at an intriguing role the Jewellery Quarter had in the Battle of Waterloo. Two years ago Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter remembered Wellington’s Battle of Vittoria (1813) from the Peninsula War because of the eponymous street. Then last year Chamberlain.  Now for 1815 … Read moreWaterloo 1815

Office Space Opens for Start-up Businesses

85 Caroline Street has become the host of newly refurbished work space in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter, one of the most creative business hubs in Birmingham. The ground floor has been specially designed with a communal bench for start-up businesses. It includes individual sound proof units which would also be suitable for Jewellers, … Read moreOffice Space Opens for Start-up Businesses

Coffin Works gears up for summer with a host of events

The Coffin Works, Birmingham’s historic museum and venue – that was bought back to life by the Birmingham Conservation Trust last year – will host an exciting roster of events this summer that will have the people of the Jewellery Quarter dancing, laughing and starting renovation projects of their own. The summer events programme will … Read moreCoffin Works gears up for summer with a host of events

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