The Bond, Digbeth - A Birmingham Gem!

The Bond is situated close to the Grand Union Canal in Digbeth and is a former Victorian industrial factory now with conference facilities and warehouse space for creatives.


Where is The Bond?

The Bond is located at 180 - 182 Fazeley Street in Digbeth, Birmingham.

B5 5SE

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In brief

The Bond was launched in 1988 and the business has grown significantly over the decades that have followed.

The Bond is part of the Warwick Bar Conservation Area.

The Bond DigbethThe Bond on Fazeley Street, Digbeth. Photography by Elliott Brown

The Bond on Fazeley Street, Digbeth. Photography by Elliott Brown

The Bond on Fazeley Street, Digbeth. Photography by Elliott Brown

 

History of The Bond

The buildings, now part of The Bond, date back to the 19th Century, with the former gasworks operational at The Bond between 1837 and 1875.

The main building is called The Ice House and was a 19th Century Victorian warehouse. 

The other buildings are called The Arch, The Link, The Garage, The Gap and The Yard. 

The Arch contains sensitively designed modern buildings alongside Victorian architecture from the 19th century. The Link was an industrial building constructed in the 1960s. The Garage was a former petrol station and car repair building. The Gap is The Bond's smallest building. The Yard is a former scrap metal works and now gated with an area for parking.

A number of cottages were located at The Bond, including one dated 1898 by Sidney H Wigham near the entrance.

The Bond DigbethThe Bond from the Grand Union Canal (Digbeth Branch). Photography by Elliott Brown

 

Contact and further details:

The Bond

0121 766 7400

 

Project dates

10 Apr 2021 - On-going

Passions

History & heritage, Art; Culture & creativity, Music & musicians
Classic Architecture

Contact

Your Place Your Space

Jonathan Bostock

0121 410 5520
jonathan.bostock@ yourplaceyourspace.com