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Birley Fields Public Meeting Tuesday June 21st 7pm.

There will be a Public Meeting on Birley Fields held on Tuesday June 21st, 7pm The Yard Theatre, Old Birley Street, Hulme. Further information on the Birley Fields public meeting can be found following the link. If you have any questions, … Continue reading

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Birley Fields Meeting Tuesday June 14th, 7pm

The Birley Fields Campaign Group’s next meeting will be on Tuesday June 14th, 7pm Kim-by-the-Sea. We’ll update whats been happening, what’s happening with the planning process and what we’re planning. Any queries get in touch:  birleyfields@gmail.com.

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Birley Fields and Spider Park discussed on Red Bricks Radio

Redbricks Radio – Spider Park and Birley Fields. Adele and Leonie bring us some of the history and updates on Spider Park, a neglected part on the edge of the Redbricks Estate in Manchester. Then Tamasin interviews Steven about the … Continue reading

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Open Letter to Hulme Organisations

An Open Letter to Hulme Organisations. April 26th 2011 Hello. Manchester Metropolitan University’s (MMU) plans for a super campus development built on Hulme’s Birley Fields, are currently before Manchester City Council (MCC). An outline of those plans are available on … Continue reading

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Birley Fields Plan Causes Concern to Housing Group

Manchester Metropolitan University’s Birley Fields Campus plans continue to be of concern to Hulme residents. The plans, currently before Manchester City Council for assessment, have prompted local people to write letters of objection to the Council urging them to take … Continue reading

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Campus Plans and Objections…

MMU submitted details of their super campus plan in February. This submission, containing over 80 documents  are currently available on the Manchester City Council website. They can be accessed on its Planning Portal here. The Birley Fields Campaign Group ran … Continue reading

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Save Birley Fields Petition…

MMU is likely to submit their campus planning application in the next week or two. One of the tools we have to fight this is public opinion, and to do this we’ve created a petition. The ‘Save Birley Fields’ petition … Continue reading

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Christmas and New Year Break…

The regular Birley Fields meetings on Tuesday evenings are taking a break for the holiday season, we’ll start up again the the New Year. In the meantime we’re keeping our eyes peeled for any planning application submission from the University … Continue reading

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Birley Fields Public Meeting Monday December 6th…

The Birley Fields Campaign Group is holding public meeting to discuss the plans that MMU have had on display over the past week. It will be held on Monday December 6th, 7pm,  The Yard, 41 Old Birley Street (opposite the … Continue reading

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New MMU Birley Fields Consultation

The MMU are promoting the new Birley Fields plans via a consultation. We assume that there will be detailed plans at the venues, currently there is not much new information on their website: http://www.mmu.ac.uk/birleyfields/. So far, there is the distribution … Continue reading

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