New Futures for Birmingham`s Historic Buildings

The Golden Square

Posted June 22nd, 2010 by Birmingham Conservation Trust with 1 Comment

Golden Square fly-through from Andy Hartwell on Vimeo.

‘The Golden Square’ is one of the first projects in the Big City Plan which aims to transform the city centre in the coming years. The new public square will be located in the Jewellery Quarter in front of the Big Peg. It will comprise of a paved plaza, a grassed area, tree lined orchard with seats and a canopy marking the entrance to the square will be decorated with a gold leaf to mark the Jewellery Quarter’s historic significance.

The proposals have been submitted for approval by Birmingham City Council. Details of the application can be seen here and the application number is 2010/02482/PA. The application will be determined before the 8th July 2010.

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