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  1. A Community Development Trust for Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter A presentation by Paul Mountain, Partner, Construction and Regeneration

  2. The centre of the Quarter www.martineau-johnson.co.uk

  3. The shape of the Jewellery Quarter www.martineau-johnson.co.uk

  4. Birmingham in 1732 www.martineau-johnson.co.uk

  5. The development of a complex industry www.martineau-johnson.co.uk

  6. Owners’ houses,Workers’ Houses www.martineau-johnson.co.uk

  7. The impact of Boulton www.martineau-johnson.co.uk

  8. Long established industries www.martineau-johnson.co.uk

  9. Old Workshops www.martineau-johnson.co.uk

  10. School of Jewellery and Innovation Centre www.martineau-johnson.co.uk

  11. Residential projects www.martineau-johnson.co.uk

  12. Newman’s Coffin Works www.martineau-johnson.co.uk

  13. St George’s Works www.martineau-johnson.co.uk

  14. A CDT directed to commerce and industry • What value could a CDT captures and enhance? • Is the model of the CDT compatible with a culture of innovation and enterprise? • What assets should a CDT for the JQ aim to preserve and enhance? • How will it benefit generally the residents and business located in the Quarter? www.martineau-johnson.co.uk

  15. The Jacobs view - from 1961 • A good stock of older, reusable buildings for industry and businesses • A strong supply of rentable properties for residents • Quality public realm - small blocks short pavements, pleasant parks and squares • Good transport links and the means of sensible control of motor vehicles (not exclusion) • Infrastructure which encourages small businesses to spring up and support each other www.martineau-johnson.co.uk

  16. The paramount objectives • Provision of a range of paid-for services; • Attraction of inward investment; • Attraction of new businesses, employment and skills development • Marketing and promotion of the Quarter • Enhancement of the quality of the environment for all who live, work and visit www.martineau-johnson.co.uk

  17. Discussion session – some themes • The CDT model and the complex city environment • The changing model for regeneration • Interaction between the CDT and metropolitan authorities • The constitution of the CDT – representation and accountability • Strategies and resources • Conclusions www.martineau-johnson.co.uk

  18. One Colmore SquareBirmingham B4 6AA Contact: Paul Mountain: 0870 763 1344/07831 160756 paul.mountain@martineau-uk.com