SUKI10C Local Residents Open Letter
The ‘other’ Spotted Dog on Meriden Street in Digbeth, has been reopened as Suki10c (pronounced suck it ‘n’ see), aiming to be Birmingham’s premier live music and arts venue, where creative creatures and party lovers alike are welcomed.
However, Nicky has been recently blogging about the noise complaints surrounding Suki10C on our sister site, Digbeth.org. Today, Digbeth Residents Association received an open letter from residents near the venue, and as representatives of those living in Digbeth, we have published residents’ views on the venue below:
Given the negative comments that are circulating on the internet at the moment re SUKI10C and opposition from local residents please find attached an open letter that clarifies the situation from the local residents and businesses point of view.
DELRAB-Digbeth Eastside Local Residents and Businesses
The letter received is embedded below. For more information on the venue, please visit the Suki10c Facebook page.
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