Tagged: Joe Holyoak

Connaught Square – A bridge too far?

Recently we published Digbeth Residents Association’s comments in response to the planning application for Connaught Square. Joe Holyoak focused on the development in his latest column in the Birmingham Mail and Birmingham Post, and...

Typhoo Wharf is my cup of tea

In this weekend’s Birmingham Post, architect, urban designer, and friend of Digbeth Joe Holyoak gave a firm thumbs up for the plans to inject new life into the former tea factory in Digbeth: “STEAMhouse...

The Las Ramblas of Digbeth…

In case you missed Joe Holyoak’s November column in the Birmingham Post, which was incidentally the most-read article on their website for a good few days, here’s a snippet below: In the Curzon Masterplan,...

Hidden Spaces Exhibition

When: Saturday 21st June until Sunday 29th June, 10:00-15:00 Where: Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Digbeth, B5 5LG Associated Architects are opening the doors of Digbeth’s Grade I listed Curzon Street Station this...

Digbeth People: Joe Holyoak

Joe Holyoak is a architect and urban designer with offices at the Custard Factory, but more than that, he is a true friend of Digbeth. Well-respected in his field, Joe is often turned to...

Digbeth Pub Trail

Joe Holyoak, architect and urban designer, gave a tour of Digbeth pubs as part of the Love Architecture Festival on 29 June 2013. Although we were unable to attend, our friends at Digbeth Speaks...

Digbeth Pub Trail

When: Saturday 29th June 2013, 14:30-16:30 Where: Leaving from the front entrance of Millennium Point Cost: Free, but booking is required (click here to register your place) On the 29th June, architect, urban designer...