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Construction & regeneration
02 Aug 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of One Chamberlain Square

Some interesting perspectives in this update including a couple of rainbows over the construction site.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of One Chamberlain Square




Some interesting perspectives in this update including a couple of rainbows over the construction site.

Photo by Daniel Sturley


Photos by Daniel Sturley

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Sport & leisure
02 Aug 2018 - FreeTimePays

It's 4 years to go! Let's plan and together create huge impact!

We're backing the #4YTG campaign launched by Birmingham and the Commonwealth Games team so as to generate even more awareness of the Games and the huge rewards they will bring for Birmingham.

In fact we've gone further with our support for the Games and we've created a digital space for impact focused collaborations.

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It's 4 years to go! Let's plan and together create huge impact!




We're backing the #4YTG campaign launched by Birmingham and the Commonwealth Games team so as to generate even more awareness of the Games and the huge rewards they will bring for Birmingham.

In fact we've gone further with our support for the Games and we've created a digital space for impact focused collaborations.

Take the full post for more details.


BirminghamWeAre.com is a digital 'shout out' space and collaborative working environment for people to promote their passion and connect with people who share the passion that is Birmingham.

2022withYou.net is a digital 'shout out' space and collaborative working environment for people to promote their passion and connect with people who share the passion that is the Commonwealth Games.

FreeTimePays Communities of Passion have been launched for both Birmingham and for the Commonwealth Games. 

Both Communities of Passion provide a digital gateway through which passionate people can gain access to a suite of FreeTimePays engagement tools which they can use to create an impact and make that all important difference for themselves and others.

Let's connect HERE and take your passion to the next level.

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Construction & regeneration
02 Aug 2018 - FreeTimePays

Indicative cost of £319m to complete Midland Metropolitan Hospital

Construction News reports on Deloitte's cost analysis and according to Deloitte a contractor has provided an indicative cost of £319m for completing the build of the Midland Metropolitan Hospital at Sandwell.

With the contract expected to be awarded by the end of August, Sandwell & West Birmingham Trust are targeting a 2022 opening for the hospital.

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Indicative cost of £319m to complete Midland Metropolitan Hospital




Construction News reports on Deloitte's cost analysis and according to Deloitte a contractor has provided an indicative cost of £319m for completing the build of the Midland Metropolitan Hospital at Sandwell.

With the contract expected to be awarded by the end of August, Sandwell & West Birmingham Trust are targeting a 2022 opening for the hospital.


The estimated cost of protecting the site and for repairs due to damage caused by exposure is £21.5m,

Take link to Construction News for their full article. 

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People & community
25 Jul 2018 - FreeTimePays

KingsHeathWeAre - a FreeTimePays Community of Passion and digital portal for people who want to make a difference!

With a combined reach of 100,000, FreeTimePays is delighted to welcome Kings Heath as a Community of Passion. Together with our People with Passion, this digital space will be used to showcase all that's great about Kings Heath.

Take the full post to find out more and see how you can get involved.

Connect with us and promote the passion that is Kings Heath!

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KingsHeathWeAre - a FreeTimePays Community of Passion and digital portal for people who want to make a difference!




With a combined reach of 100,000, FreeTimePays is delighted to welcome Kings Heath as a Community of Passion. Together with our People with Passion, this digital space will be used to showcase all that's great about Kings Heath.

Take the full post to find out more and see how you can get involved.

Connect with us and promote the passion that is Kings Heath!


KingsHeathWeAre is a Community of Passion that utilises FreeTimePays digital engagement and social media to deliver real change and positive social impact.

KingsHeathWeAre delivers a digital space for people who are passionate about Kings Heath and want to do whatever they can to help their community.

At KingsHeathWeAre, we help connect people where passions are shared; we give people FREE access to their very own digital space where they can promote their passion; and we recognise people for the contributions they make through the allocation of Passion Points. Interested? Connect with us HERE.

The reach of FreeTimePays is huge and is growing with Communities of Passion being rolled out across the UK. 

Companies and organisations keen to support People with Passion play an essential role and we have a range of partnership, sponsorship and advertising packages available.

We can even go as far as to set groups and networks up with their own portal so they can grow their own branded Community of Passion linked to their own website or social media account.

View our Partnership arrangements or connect with us HERE.

Now let's show you what you get with FreeTimePays. 

FreeTimePays

FreeTimePays is an impact focused digital platform and social media channel specifically for people who want to make a difference and create a positive social and economic impact.

FreeTimePays is the social media of choice for 'People with Passion'.

With FreeTimePays, we help people take their passion to the next level by giving them access to a suite of digital tools and applications.

There are three components to FreeTimePays.

There’s Community Passport, Community Workspace and Community Matchmaker. Operating right across the platform in recognition of the valuable contribution being made by users is FreeTimePays gamification. This takes the form of points and rewards for passions shared.

FreeTimePays is here for people who really want to become involved in their community or with their particular passion and for those people who are really serious about making a difference. It’s our job at FreeTimePays to provide the tools and functionality that helps bring together those who create the great ideas with those who have the potential to turn an idea into something that really does make a difference.

Community Passport

Passport is a personal space which registered members can make their own. With a passport, members can choose to get involved with their passion and participate in many different ways.

They can view regular content and posts; sort and save this content by type or by passion; they can collect points for giving their views through polls and surveys, attend events or even join a discussion.

With a FreeTimePays Community Passport, members can follow inspiring people and they can learn more about their community and their passion by following regular ‘Did you Know’ features. And the more they decide to do and the more they get involved, the more points they collect and the greater the opportunity to take up offers and win prizes.

Community Workspace

With their unique Community Workspace, FreeTimePays is able to help those who are inspired and serious about taking things to the next level. FreeTimePays will give these people their own access rights environment where they can work on their idea or project.

In this digital space they can work alone, or bring in others to share in building evidence, acquiring knowledge and developing plans. This is the ideal space for working on the business; working on the idea; working on the initiative.

A range of facilities and tools can be found in workspace and users can effectively utilise this space for collating documents, photos, videos and web links, for opening up discussion and chat with others, or for running surveys and analysing results.

Community Matchmaker

The whole focus and rationale for FreeTimePays is MAKING A DIFFERENCE. It’s our job at FreeTimePays to provide the tools and functionality that helps bring together those who create the GREAT IDEAS with those who have the potential to turn an IDEA into something that really does MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

Matchmaker is where the dreamers can join with the dream makers – with those who are more than happy to put their support, their resources, their connections, and their wealth of experience behind the idea and behind the passionate people responsible for coming up with the idea.

These are the community drivers, the investors, the philanthropists, the funders of great initiatives, the Lottery, and those from local government and the public sector who are responsible for the provision of public services.

These are the people and the organisations who are in positions of making things happen for those who are passionate and inspired to want to make a difference.

For more detail on what is provided by FreeTimePays connect HERE.

KingsHeathWeAre

KingsHeathWeAre will grow as a shared space for the many individuals, communities and businesses that will want to connect and share in their passion for their community.

Their work, their ideas and their proposals can be pulled together in the one collaborative space giving them access to a huge resource bank for sharing images, documents and web links. 

In this space people can chat in a secure environment if they wish; they can set up and promote events; or they can communicate with any of the FreeTimePays Communities through creating and submitting posts. 

We would be delighted to tell you more.

Contact Jonathan Bostock at jonathan.bostock@freetimepays.com or connect HERE with FreeTimePays for more information on sharing your passion for Kings Heath.

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Environment & green spaces
25 Jul 2018 - Christine Wright

Kings Heath Park - a much loved green space in the Birmingham suburbs

Take the full post for a selection of photos looking at the life of Kings Heath Park throughout the seasons. 

The park is managed by Birmingham City Council, with the help of a team of local volunteers, the 'Friends of Kings Heath Park'.

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Kings Heath Park - a much loved green space in the Birmingham suburbs




Take the full post for a selection of photos looking at the life of Kings Heath Park throughout the seasons. 

The park is managed by Birmingham City Council, with the help of a team of local volunteers, the 'Friends of Kings Heath Park'.


All photography by Christine Wright.

Find out more about the 'Friends of Kings Heath Park' by connecting here.

Kings Heath Park is centered on the Park House which was built in 1832 for the MP, William Congreve Russell. In 1880, it was bought by John Cartland (ancestor of the author Barbara Cartland, lover of pinkness and author of  romantic novels!).

The land was sold to the council and opened as a public park in 1908. The building houses council offices and the Cartland Tea Rooms.

Plants are available for sale in the nursery at Kings Heath Park.

Let's take a look at the Park though the seasons :

Photography by Christine Wright.

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People & community
25 Jul 2018 - Christine Wright

Introducing 'Friends of Kings Heath Park'

The Friends of Kings Heath Park were set up in July 2017 to assist Birmingham City Council and the Ranger service in continuing to make Kings Heath Park a family-friendly, community green space for future generations.

They run litter picks, pond maintenance, forest school, festive & seasonal free events for the community. 

Take the full post for more on this group.<

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Introducing 'Friends of Kings Heath Park'




The Friends of Kings Heath Park were set up in July 2017 to assist Birmingham City Council and the Ranger service in continuing to make Kings Heath Park a family-friendly, community green space for future generations.

They run litter picks, pond maintenance, forest school, festive & seasonal free events for the community. 

Take the full post for more on this group.<

Take a look at how Friends of Kings Heath Park do so much to protect their wonderful park for the enjoyment of all. 

Find out more about them at their website or here in our Kings Heath people with passion.

The Big Picnic in the Park, June 2018.

Bringing together the community for picnics, games for children and adults, swing dance and hoola-hoop sessions.

Regular Litter picks, co-ordinated by Siobhan McMillan.

Find out more about Friends of Kings Heath Park here at People with Passion.

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Health & wellbeing
24 Jul 2018 - FreeTimePays

Introducing the Moseley and Kings Heath Shed - wellbeing in action!

'Moseley and Kings Heath Shed' is a wonderful project that helps to combat lonliness and isolation in older men and women through working together.

Take the full post to see how this superb project helps so many people.

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Introducing the Moseley and Kings Heath Shed - wellbeing in action!




'Moseley and Kings Heath Shed' is a wonderful project that helps to combat lonliness and isolation in older men and women through working together.

Take the full post to see how this superb project helps so many people.

View More for more content, resources and links.


The shed in Kings Heath Park is a warm and welcoming environment where people can learn new skills, work on their own or chat over a cup of tea. 

 

The workers in the shed produce beautiful items in wood, metal and glass, some of which is sold at local craft fairs and markets to raise funds for the project.

 

 

 

 

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Construction & regeneration
23 Jul 2018 - Daniel Sturley

Construction at Arena Central - July 2018

The concrete core for Three Arena Central, the new base for HMRC Midlands is almost finished and can be seen from quite a few vantage points, the HSBC HQ is essentially complete externally now.

Photos by Daniel Sturley

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Construction at Arena Central - July 2018




The concrete core for Three Arena Central, the new base for HMRC Midlands is almost finished and can be seen from quite a few vantage points, the HSBC HQ is essentially complete externally now.

Photos by Daniel Sturley


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23 Jul 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of Two Chamberlain Square

Two Chamberlain Square is rising fast and has already produced a canyon feeling down Centenary Way, it is also looking big from the Museum and Art Gallery.

Photos by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of Two Chamberlain Square




Two Chamberlain Square is rising fast and has already produced a canyon feeling down Centenary Way, it is also looking big from the Museum and Art Gallery.

Photos by Daniel Sturley


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23 Jul 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of One Chamberlain Square

Progress continues on the external details and with nearly all the windows installed there are some great reflections to be found.

Photos by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of One Chamberlain Square




Progress continues on the external details and with nearly all the windows installed there are some great reflections to be found.

Photos by Daniel Sturley


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Transport
23 Jul 2018 - FreeTimePays

Birmingham trams - colour change and new fares

Birmingham's trams in pink are being phased out in favour of a new blue. The new trams are currently receiving a re-spray and are starting to roll out in July 2018.

There are also changes to the types of fares charged. 

See full post for details.  Photography by Elliott Brown.

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Birmingham trams - colour change and new fares




Birmingham's trams in pink are being phased out in favour of a new blue. The new trams are currently receiving a re-spray and are starting to roll out in July 2018.

There are also changes to the types of fares charged. 

See full post for details.  Photography by Elliott Brown.


It's blue! - that's the new colour chosen by Transport for West Midlands who have taken over ownership of the Birmingham's trams from private bus company National Express.

Photo by Elliott Brown

All the pink trams are to be re-sprayed in the new colour from July 2018 onwards.

Photo by Elliott Brown.

Fares have also been given an overhaul.

New fares include:

Metro only day tickets costing £5.50 at peak times, and £4 after 9.30am weekdays and at weekends.

A group day ticket (for up to 5 adults or 2 adults and 4 children) is being reduced to £8.50 during the day and £5 after 6pm.

Reductions on many of the single and return fares with discounts for Swift card users.

Currently underway is a major expansion of the network in Birmingham City Centre, new tracks in Wolverhampton City Centre, and extentions at Wednesbury to Brierly Hill. There are also proposals for a line to Birmingham Airport.

To go with the changes and move to WMCA is a new logo:

 

See more posts and images at our featured passion 'Birmingham & West Midlands Trams - Past, present and future' 

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22 Jul 2018 - Daniel Sturley

Latest Photos by Daniel Sturley - July 2018

Here's a selection of my photography over the last couple of weeks, above is the view from Frankley Beeches looking towards the Birmingham city centre skyline.

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Latest Photos by Daniel Sturley - July 2018




Here's a selection of my photography over the last couple of weeks, above is the view from Frankley Beeches looking towards the Birmingham city centre skyline.


The City in Full Bloom! Click to see the Feature Gallery

Library of Birmingham Click to see the Feature Gallery

Westide Click to see the Feature Gallery

Arena Central Click to see the Feature Gallery

Bank Tower Two Click to see the Feature Gallery

The City in Full Bloom! Click to see the Feature Gallery

Birmingham City Skylines Click to see the Feature Gallery

One Chamberlain Square Click to see the Feature Gallery

Bank Towers One and Two Click to see the Feature Gallery

Birmingham Architecture Click to see the Feature Gallery

The City in Full Bloom! Click to see the Feature Gallery

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Construction & regeneration
21 Jul 2018 - Daniel Sturley

Crane Photography - Update

There has been a few more crane photos add to our Crane Photography feature, click: Crane Photography Gallery to see the developing gallery & send us yours!

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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Construction & regeneration
20 Jul 2018 - Daniel Sturley

Construction at Arena Central - July 2018

There has been a large update of photos to the Arena Central construction gallery covering early July to the 14th and including the core for the HMRC Midlands building, this post has a selection of 8. To view the whole gallery going back to early construction of the HSBC (One Arena Central) building please click here: Arena Central Construction Gallery

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Construction at Arena Central - July 2018




There has been a large update of photos to the Arena Central construction gallery covering early July to the 14th and including the core for the HMRC Midlands building, this post has a selection of 8. To view the whole gallery going back to early construction of the HSBC (One Arena Central) building please click here: Arena Central Construction Gallery


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18 Jul 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of Bank Tower Two

Another great sunny day for this update, the main structure is at the 21st floor and the lower floors are ready for the final cladding panels to be revealed.

Photos by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of Bank Tower Two




Another great sunny day for this update, the main structure is at the 21st floor and the lower floors are ready for the final cladding panels to be revealed.

Photos by Daniel Sturley


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Construction & regeneration
17 Jul 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of One Chamberlain Square

Just a few in this week's update, from an interesting and always developing viewpoint near the Hyatt Regency Hotel looking towards the Paradise Birmingham site.

Photos by Daniel Sturley

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Just a few in this week's update, from an interesting and always developing viewpoint near the Hyatt Regency Hotel looking towards the Paradise Birmingham site.

Photos by Daniel Sturley


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Travel & tourism
16 Jul 2018 - FreeTimePays

Sunil Johal, Director at Argent and proud Brummie with his suggestion for '48 hours in Birmingham'

Our Summer run of '48 Hours in Birmingham' continues with this great contribution from Sunil and he should know as project director at Argent.

View full post to see Sunil's '48 hours in Birmingham' suggestion - well worth a read!

For other '48 hours in Birmingham' posts and suggestions, select View More.

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Sunil Johal, Director at Argent and proud Brummie with his suggestion for '48 hours in Birmingham'




Our Summer run of '48 Hours in Birmingham' continues with this great contribution from Sunil and he should know as project director at Argent.

View full post to see Sunil's '48 hours in Birmingham' suggestion - well worth a read!

For other '48 hours in Birmingham' posts and suggestions, select View More.


Boy have I been looking forward to giving you guys an insight into the wonderful things you can do in the FIRST city - where to start ....

Friday night.

Photo by Chris Fletcher

After being greeted by our new and vibrant New St train station and checking into your hotel (assuming you are staying over), your first night has to be at one of our prized theatres. There will certainly a leading production on in Birmingham.

Birmingham theatres.

But before you do, you must go over to Digbeth and visit the famous Digbeth dining club.

View to Digbeth from Selfridges. Photo by Mac McCreery.

You will be exposed to some of the best alternative food on offer in the UK. The scene is mixed with music and entertainment, and is the perfect place to grab a light snack before you stroll back through the city to enjoy the show.

Beautiful sunset at Eastside, Birmingham. Photo by Mac McCreery.

Saturday Morning

Early rise, you’re going to need the energy. A small train journey out of the city centre and you’re in the beautiful Royal town of Sutton Coldfield, grab a great breakfast at the Window Box (Wylde Green), before heading for a stroll around the 2,400 acre National Nature Reserve – Sutton Park.

Sutton Park is one of the largest urban parks in Europe and is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest, you’ll have a blast!

The park has open heathland, woodlands, seven lakes, wetlands, and marshes - each with its own rich variety of plants and wildlife, some rarely seen in the region. Cattle and wild ponies graze on the land.

Wild Ponies at Sutton Park. Photo by My Biking Adventure.

Cattle grazing in Sutton Park. Photo by My Biking Adventure.

Saturday afternoon

You’ve worked up an appetite now, head back to the city centre, freshen up and venture out for some afternoon tea at the quirky Edgbaston boutique hotel, you will not be disappointed.

Head back to the city centre, and take in the array of development which is happening, where cranes take over the Birmingham skyline, showing just how the city is thriving.

Westside skyline in Birmingham. Photo by Daniel Sturley.

Cranes over Chamberlain Square, Birmingham. Photo by Daniel Sturley.

You will be able to fly through the new Central Library, you’ll certainly have an opinion on the architecture.

Library of Birmingham. Photo by Tammie Naughton.

Library of Birmingham. Photo by Tammie Naughton.

Saturday evening

You will be spoilt for choice with the variety of restaurants Birmingham has to offer. There are great spots around St Paul’s Square, personal favourites include Anderson’s, Lasan or Asha’s.

Check out one of our quirky gin bars – 40 St Paul’s whilst you’re there. 

St. Paul's Church & Square, Birmingham. Photo by Tammie Naughton.

Another option is to head to the Jewellery Quarter, lots of local bars and restaurants which are independent, quirky and full of character, look into - The Wilderness, The Button Factory or 1000 Trades.

Chamberlain Clock in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham. Photo by Daniel Sturley.

If you want to up your game – then you could always opt to go for one of four Michelin star restaurants...let’s just say if you’re a foodie like me, you are simply spoilt for choice.

Sunday morning

I know I know, you’re sad that it's your last day...So there is no better way to start your Sunday morning by experiencing the selection of shops within the City Centre (Bullring and Mailbox) – Selfridges, John Lewis, you name it we've got it....

Selfridges, Birmingham.  Photo by Chris Fletcher.

Mailbox, Birmingham. Photo by Damien Walmsley.

Bullring & Grand Central in Birmingham. Creative photo by Imran Ali Bashir.

Whilst you enjoy the retail vibe in Birmingham​, you will see lot’s of opportunity to grab a quick coffee at one of great coffee establishments – check out 200 degrees, The Faculty or Java Lounge...

Sunday afternoon

You may have noticed large footprints in and around the city centre whilst you have wandered round the streets of Birmingham, and I can feel your curiosity...Yes! You have guessed it, Dippy the dinosaur has decided to join us for the Summer.

'Dippy'. Photo by Birmingham Museum.

The British icon is on a mission to inspire five million natural history adventures, encouraging families to explore nature on their doorstep. You can see the exhibition and many other interesting artefacts at our world class museum in the heart of Birmingham city centre.

Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. Photo by Daniel Sturley

Nearly home time...but before you head back ....fix a date for your return, as I can guarantee your next weekend in Birmingham will be even more fun.

 

This '48 hours in Birmingham' suggestion has been written by Sunil Johal and produced by BirminghamWeAre.

For more '48 hours in Birmingham' posts and suggestions, click HERE.

 

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15 Jul 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Windrush Generation Inspired Chelsea Flower Show Winner 2018

This year Birmingham won it's seventh gold medal at the Chelsea Flower Show with it's Windrush Generation inspired entry. The main part, the ship, is now on display outside the Council House in Victoria Square. Take the full post to see a gallery of photos.

Photos by Daniel Sturley

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The Windrush Generation Inspired Chelsea Flower Show Winner 2018




This year Birmingham won it's seventh gold medal at the Chelsea Flower Show with it's Windrush Generation inspired entry. The main part, the ship, is now on display outside the Council House in Victoria Square. Take the full post to see a gallery of photos.

Photos by Daniel Sturley


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14 Jul 2018 - FreeTimePays

Birmingham in full summer bloom! What a great advert!

You can always rely on Birmingham's People with Passion when it comes to helping to promote this great city.  

Take our project and see our growing gallery of wonderful floral displays.

For more about our plans for BEST BIRMINGHAM HANGING BASKET competition and a CITY FLORAL ROUTE MAP, please contact us. 

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Construction & regeneration
13 Jul 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of Bank Tower Two

Bank Tower Two's main structure is almost up to it's sibling Tower One and the cladding on the lower floors are almost ready for the final layer. A beautiful sunny day for the main photos in this update.

Photos by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of Bank Tower Two




Bank Tower Two's main structure is almost up to it's sibling Tower One and the cladding on the lower floors are almost ready for the final layer. A beautiful sunny day for the main photos in this update.

Photos by Daniel Sturley


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Construction & regeneration
13 Jul 2018 - Daniel Sturley

Bank Tower Two on the Birmingham City Skyline from Clent Hills

This shot is from Clent Hills on the 7th July 2018. The Birmingham skline is constantly changing, in this shot we can see how Bank Tower Two on Broad Street will dominate the central cluster from a western viewpoint. More in BT2's update shortly.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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13 Jul 2018 - FreeTimePays

Hey Mr Blue Sky - great to see you over Birmingham!

Take our full post to view a selection of wonderful photography from Birmingham's 'People with Passion'.  

Thanks to our wonderful contributors, Birmingham We Are continues to promote this wonderful City in so many ways - there's no better advert for the City than its own people!

Join us, partner us and help promote this great City. 

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Hey Mr Blue Sky - great to see you over Birmingham!




Take our full post to view a selection of wonderful photography from Birmingham's 'People with Passion'.  

Thanks to our wonderful contributors, Birmingham We Are continues to promote this wonderful City in so many ways - there's no better advert for the City than its own people!

Join us, partner us and help promote this great City. 


Blue skies over the Library of Birmingham. Photo by Tammie Naughton 

 

Reflections down along the canal.  Photo by Kev Maslin

 

New addition to the Birmingham skyline.  Photo by Kev Maslin

 

Traditional Ice Cream in Birmingham.  Photo by Elliott Brown

 

View into Birmingham and the City skyline.  Photo by Jay Tee

 

Queen Victoria stands proud in Birmingham. Photo by Elliott Brown

 

Looking up to the Birmingham skies. Photo by Daniel Sturley

 

The Library and BT Tower - Two construction icons Photo by Daniel Sturley

 

Reflections at Gas Street Basin.  Photo by Ryan Garratt 

 

St Paul's looking wonderful.  Photo by Tammie Naughton 

 

'It's all happening' - View to Chamberlain Square. Photo by Raj Sanghera

 

Lake down at Winterbourne.  Photo by Jay Mason - Burns

 

Blue skies over the Ikon Gallery.  Photo by Daniel Sturley

 

View down the canal at Brindleyplace.  Photo by Daniel Sturley

 

Great view into the City.  Photo by Daniel Sturley

 

More great canal reflections. Photo by Chris Fletcher

 

Victoria Square, Birmingham.  Photo by Christine Wright 

 

Beautiful architecture - beautiful skies. Photo by Elliott Brown 

 

Down by the water. Photo by Tammie Naughton

 

For more great photography, take the project link or just visit BirminghamWeAre.com.

 

For all our partner options, connect HERE.

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13 Jul 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of One Chamberlain Square

The construction of One Chamberlain Square is approaching external completion and starting to look like the finished building from some angles, it will change in it's look when seen from different angles, looking almost white from some. 9 more photos in the update.

Photos by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of One Chamberlain Square




The construction of One Chamberlain Square is approaching external completion and starting to look like the finished building from some angles, it will change in it's look when seen from different angles, looking almost white from some. 9 more photos in the update.

Photos by Daniel Sturley


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Construction & regeneration
12 Jul 2018 - Daniel Sturley

New Paving in Centenary Square

Bouygues left a little gap in the hordings around Centenary Square and Daniel got a sneek preview of the new paving!

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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Architecture
12 Jul 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Ikon Art Gallery in Birmingham

Birmingham UK, I love this building, the Ikon Art Gallery in Brindleyplace and it is the outstanding feature of Oozells Square, especially in the summer sunshine, even if photo-bombed by the BT Tower!

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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