A heritage led regeneration grant scheme in the heart of Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter

Area Covered by the JQTH Grant Scheme

About the Project

The Jewellery Quarter Townscape Heritage (JQTH) project was a heritage led regeneration scheme funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and managed through the Jewellery Quarter Development Trust. Running between 2018 and 2022 its aim was to regenerate an area within Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter through the repair and restoration of historic buildings along with a programme of activities and engagement.

With JQTH grant funding support, eight historic buildings were conserved, repaired, and in some cases re-purposed.

As well as the conservation work, an activity programme provided opportunities for people to learn about the unique heritage of the area. Opportunities for volunteering was a key part of the project and included engaging volunteers to document stories from the Jewellery Quarter.

JQ Cemeteries and JQTH Project

2 Visions 2 Legacies

A project which investigates the history and significance of the Chamberlain Clock and the life of Joseph Chamberlain, as well as the life and legacy of Warrulan; an Aboriginal Australian who is buried in the Jewellery Quarter.