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The start of a new project at Highbury Hall

Posted January 5th, 2011 by Birmingham Conservation Trust with 1 Comment
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Highbury Hall in Moseley - image by Ted and Jen on Flickr

First news for the New Year from the Birmingham Conservation trust is the beginning of some work on Highbury Hall. The Highbury Trust and Birmingham City Council have asked us to carry out an options appraisal. This means we’ll be working through a whole range of ideas, new and old on the best ways to make Highbury Hall, the grounds and part of Highbury park sustainable.

With an options appraisal we will also be asking architects to look at the best use of the buildings and landscape experts to look at the best approach to the park and gardens.

The park already has the passionate and energetic support of the Friends of Highbury Park – including some work in the Park and features on it being in the news.

Below is a short interview with our Director Elizabeth Perkins on the beginnings of the work…


One Response to “The start of a new project at Highbury Hall”

  1. Highbury restoration update January 5, 2011

    […] Birmingham Conservation Trust website has a news item and three-minute interview about their options appraisal for the entire Highbury estate. An options appraisal is often a […]


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