Refuse workers at Birmingham City Council are set to strike on Friday 30 June. On this day, a JQBID partner First Mile Waste & Recycling services are prepared to pick up any Birmingham City Council sacks from businesses in the Jewellery Quarter, free of charge. Our JQBID Clean Team are not affected by this strike … Read moreImportant information – BCC refuse workers strike 30 June
The Jewellery Quarter BID Renewal ballot opened on 7 June. A number of BID levy-payers have already submitted their postal vote. A ‘Yes’ vote is a vote for five more years of investment in projects and services to help improve the Jewellery Quarter and make it the place to live, learn, work and visit. If … Read moreThank you for voting in the BID Renewal ballot!
As a part of the JQDT (Jewellery Quarter Development Trust) structure, a Planning Consultative Committee meets and reviews applications on behalf of businesses and residents in the Quarter. The team lodge comments about planning directly to Birmingham City Council. The committee meets every month and the city council recognises the comments made by the JQDT. … Read moreCheck out the latest planning applications in the JQ
Businesses in the Jewellery Quarter are being encouraged to vote and support an additional £2.9 million investment into their area over the next five years. Improvements to the public realm, expanding the dedicated cleaning team, boosting recycling facilities for businesses and free public Wi-Fi are among the projects the Jewellery Quarter Business Improvement District (BID) … Read moreJewellery Quarter BID Renewal ballot open