You’ll find things in Digbeth that you won’t find anywhere else.
The industrial revolution brought unprecedented industriousness and invention to Birmingham. Digbeth, a place for manufacturing since the Middle Ages, was its engine.
Many of the empty industrial buildings are being revitalised after sitting empty for decades.
An on-site team is looking after the regeneration, but they’re also looking after the day-to-day in Digbeth. That means a dedicated events team and on-the-ground support for the community in our buildings like The Bond, Fazeley Studios or The Custard Factory. The Digbeth Estate team is here to help.
The neighbourhood is just a short walk from the Bullring and Birmingham New Street Station, and Birmingham’s imminent HS2 station at Curzon Street.
Tanneries and blacksmiths may have given way to film production, gaming and creative agencies, but this is a place for industrious folk and it has been for centuries.
This is a Birmingham neighbourhood with limitless potential - and its fearless inventive spirit is something worth celebrating.
A neighbourhood of free spirits, creators and thinkers who fall squarely outside the mainstream. Individuality is celebrated here.
Above all, Digbeth is a community. People know each other by name and greet one another on the street. Collaboration and sharing ideas are the crux of what makes Digbeth such an inspiring and innovative space.