Bang on schedule the Broad Street canal tunnel will reopen to boats and towpath walkers on Thursday 14 March. Continue reading
The consultation details on this have now been published.
The consultation starts today, Monday 25 November, and finishes on Friday 24 January. Continue reading
This development is important to citizens of central and West Birmingham. It is a key development and transport access to it will be easy for very many.
For an account of what’s happening see CanalScene.com.
A chance for residents to get involved with how our city centre is run and will develop.
The Birmingham City Centre Neighbourhood Forum is holding a public meeting, including Big City Plan consultation workshops, on 24th November 2010 at 6:45pm in the Museum and Art Gallery Learning Zone.
At the end there will be an opportunity for city centre residents who wish to get even more involved with improving our city centre life to stand for election to the Neighbourhood Forum committee at our short AGM. We need volunteers!
Our guest speakers are:
Councillor Tim Huxtable, Cabinet Member for Transportation and Regeneration.
Gary Taylor, Chair of the Broad Street BID (Business Improvement District) and Joint Managing Director of Argent UK.
Richard Cowell, Big City Plan, Birmingham City Council.
Please come to the Great Charles Street entrance of the Museum and Art Gallery.
Read on for map, agenda, etc…
Will today, Thursday Nov 11 2010, prove a genuine milestone in the redevelopment of Birmingham City Centre?
Those of us who live within the city centre are directly affected by our canals. Now the Government wants them to become a charity. Continue reading