Tag Archives: K4 Architects

Connaught Square – The Plans

Plans for the long-awaited Connaught Square in Digbeth have finally been submitted to Birmingham City Council, attracting the attention of the media and public. The plans include 940 apartments, 65,000 sq foot of commercial space and a public promenade bordering … Continue reading

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Birmingham Power 250

The Birmingham Post recently released a list of 250 people listed as the most influential in the West Midlands in 25 different categories, ranging from food and drink to transport. The Power 250 list features a number of familiar faces, … Continue reading

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Edible Eastside Expansion

Edible Eastside first came to Digbeth three years ago, but 2015 is when we will hopefully see some major growth. There are plans to establish a commercial kitchen and learning space in a back room of 122 Fazeley Street (k4 … Continue reading

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Edible Eastside: Launch BBQ

Where: Edible Eastside, Warwick Wharf, 122 Fazeley Street, Digbeth, B5 5RS When: Sunday 1st April, 12:00 – 17:00. BBQ from 14:00. Regular readers of our site will already know of Edible Eastside, and the fact that the organisation has entered … Continue reading

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Warwick Bar/British Waterways Meeting

When: 21st February 2012, 14:00 Where: K4 Architects office, 122 Fazeley Street, Digbeth This meeting between Warwick Bar and British Waterways will focus on issues developed in the recent workshops, led on permaculture principles, in relation to the Warwick Bar … Continue reading

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So we Imagined a Digbeth Summit…

Last Thursday saw a good gathering of people from Digbeth and beyond at Imagine The Digbeth Summit in Eastside Projects.  There was a great set of presentations from the likes of Birmingham Friends of The Earth, Project Pigeon and Digbeth … Continue reading

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