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At Inditex we love what we do!  Within our buzzing environment all our talented people work hard but we make sure we take care of them in every step of their career.

Fashion is personal and is all about different points of view, we want to celebrate self-expression and helping customers to feel great.

Looking for energetic, passionate & talented people who want to make a difference and grow within the largest retailer on the world!!


About the role

As a Sales Assistant, you will work as a part of an amazing team, love for fashion is essential!

Part of your responsibilities will be…

  • Customer Service

  • Replenishment of the shop floor

  • Following Health and Safety Policy

  • Supporting other store functions when needed.




In addition to a competitive salary, you will also receive a discount after a month of employment which you can use to buy the latest trends in any of our Brands, company pension scheme, holidays allowance of 28 days and ‘More for less’ benefit package where you can find a wide range of discounts.


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Must be eligible to work in the EU
Cover Letter Required

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Pizza Hut Restaurants,Birmingham

Deputy Manager – Birmingham Bullring Are you ready for operational responsibility? These are roles acting as the number two to our Restaurants General Managers, so you’ll

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Footasylum brand in one of our exciting stores, based at the prestigious Bullring Shopping Centre in Birmingham. There is an established team in place and you will work directly with

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Footasylum,Great Milton

Bullring Shopping Centre in Birmingham. There is an established team in place and you will work directly with them to help create the best customer shopping experience possible

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in one of our exciting stores, based at the prestigious Bullring Shopping Centre in Birmingham. There is an established team in place and you will work directly with them to

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At Skechers, our Assistant Managers make an incredible impact every day, they:

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Victoria’s Secret,Ladywood

DescriptionA Victoria’s Secret Brand Manager owns the total customer experience, culture, and sales performance of a single Victoria’s Secret business unit (Lingerie, PINK,…

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Costa Coffee,Birmingham

Apply now Back to search results Barista Maestro We are looking for a passionate and experienced team leader to join us as a Barista Maestro. As the nations no 1 coffee shop…

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About the Assistant Manager Role At Skechers, our Assistant Managers make an incredible impact every day, they: * Lead, merchandise, process shipment, manage product,…

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Kurt Geiger,England

We Are OneAt Kurt Geiger we celebrate individuality, believing our differences make us more powerful as a collective.Diversity, equality and inclusion are at the core of who…

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Kurt Geiger,Stockton-on-Tees

We Are OneNot sure what skills you will need for this opportunity Simply read the full description below to get a complete picture of candidate requirements.At Kurt Geiger we…

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Calvin Klein,Birmingham

Calvin Klein is a global lifestyle brand that exemplifies bold, progressive ideals and a seductive, and often minimal, aesthetic. We seek to thrill and inspire our audience…

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About the Assistant Manager RoleAt Skechers, our Assistant Managers make an incredible impact every day, they: * Lead, merchandise, process shipment, manage product,…

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Victoria’s Secret,Great Milton

As a Loss Prevention Officer, you will take ownership of all Loss Prevention duties within Victoria’s Secret stores. Your main role is the protection of people, product and…

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About the Assistant Manager Role

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Victoria’s Secret,Birmingham

DescriptionPrimary Purpose: As a Loss Prevention Officer, you will take ownership of all Loss Prevention duties within Victoria’s Secret stores. Your main role is the…

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Kurt Geiger,Peterborough

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Victoria’s Secret,Birmingham

As a Loss Prevention Officer, you will take ownership of all Loss Prevention duties within Victoria’s Secret stores. Your main role is the protection of people, product and…

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Calvin Klein Stores UK Limited,Birmingham


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New Look: Supervisor – 16 Hours – New Menswear store – Birmingham Bull Ring – – – Birmingham

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Supervisor – 16 Hours – New Menswear store – Birmingham Bull Ring

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Birmingham – Bull Ring

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At New Look, our mission is to help people look good and feel great. When it comes to people who work for us, we want individuals to express themselves in an environment where change and new ideas are celebrated. This is because we truly believe every person who works here shapes our company and helps contribute to its future.

As part of New Look’s growth we are excited to be launching our first ever Menswear standalone stores and we are looking for experienced retail managers who get excited about delivering fashion and trends to our customer. If you’re an experienced fashion retailer ready to take your next step, you’ll currently be working as a Supervisor or experienced Sales Advisor.

About The Job

Sales Floor based, the Supervisor will be leading the team to drive sales, deliver excellent customer care and ensure the standards in the store are to an excellent level.  We want our Supervisors to help lead the store to greater heights and push the boundaries and help support our mission.

As a Supervisor you will also support your Store Manager & Deputy Manager, making commercial decisions on the sales floor to maximise sales and profitability, whilst motivating and developing the team to deliver company standards:


• Operational excellence that drives productivity and a suitable working environment for you and your team

• Having the best visual standards making your store an exciting, creative and commercial place to shop

• Inspiring your team to be the best they can be, maximising potential and having the right people in the right place at the right time

• Putting your customers at the heart of everything you do and delivering an exceptional, commercial service proposition every day

• Doing what it takes to drive store performance, using the tools provided to maximise sales and minimise loss

• Ensuring like your business, you continue to drive and improve your own performance and development.


Experience & Skills

• Experience as a Supervisor, Team Leader in a similar or greater turnover

• Experience as a Senior Sales Assistant, looking for your first appointment

• Strong Leadership Skills

• Excellent Commercial and Operational Skills

• Affinity to our brand and customer and able to “build your business” with this in mind


• 50% Staff Discount

• Discretionary Bonus Scheme

• Life Assurance

• Medical Healthcare

• Up to 25 days holiday

• Group Pension Scheme (Contribution Match)

* Dependent on job role

New Look Retailers is an equal opportunities employer

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Barista Maestro


We are looking for a passionate and experienced team leader to join us as a Barista Maestro. As the nations no 1 coffee shop for 11 years running, our Barista Maestro’s are responsible for inspiring and leading our genuine and warm teams in deliver great experiences to our customers, our communities and to our people.

A bit about the role…

As a Barista Maestro you’ll be the team leader inspiring the team every day, keeping customer service at the heart of everything you do, dedicated to creating incredible experiences for our customers. In addition to this you will enjoy the following:

  • Act as a team leader by coaching and supporting the team to deliver unbeatable experiences, while ensuring all procedures are followed, taking the lead on shift
  • Deploy the team according to the trading pattern, ensuring right people in the right place to maximise sales
  • Train and accredit new Barista’s, inspiring their new adventure with Costa
  • Manage the day to day operations of the store when required, being accountable in the absence of the Store Manager
  • Implement new marketing POS, and brief the teams on new recipes / seasonal ranges to ensure continued excellence to maximise every opportunity
  • Deliver health & safety, cleanliness and drive understanding and importance of the COSTA Check
  • From the quality of an espresso to the maintenance of equipment, to monthly coffee excellence scores, you’ll drive the highest of standards every time
  • Maintaining accurate stock levels and ensuring all on-site stock is well stored and persevered.


A bit about you…

You will have a passion for leading others and a desire to take on shared responsibility because as we know it’s all about working as a team, and of course you will really love delivering amazing coffee:

  • A passion for coffee, customers and colleagues – because sharing your Latte art is a part of the day job
  • Previous Team Leader experience in a fast-paced environment
  • Constant desire to overachieve by turning knowledge into operational excellence
  • Ability to embrace challenges in a fast-paced, team-driven environment
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, and obsessive about customer service
  • Career driven with a willingness to learn and be bold, brave and action-orientated
  • Flexible approach and can-do attitude, as each day can offer exciting new challenges


What we can offer…

In return for your hard work and perfect coffee, we offer the following:

  • A starting pay of £9.44 – £10.44 per hour (dependant on the size of the store) rising with training
  • Opportunity to develop and progress
  • Whilst on shift free handmade drinks plus 50% discount on food and bottled drink
  • Various incentives including a team member reward programme and Cycle to Work Scheme
  • Opportunity to impact your local community


What happens next…

When you apply, you will be sent a link to complete an assessment which is now part of our application process. Please make sure you complete the assessment within 4 hours of application to ensure your application is considered.  Remember to check your junk folder as assessments that are not completed will result in your application being automatically declined.


At Costa Coffee we celebrate Inclusion and Equality – we believe everyone should bring their true self to At Costa Coffee we are passionate about amazing coffee. As a Barista Maestro you’ll lead the team to inspire memorable moments for thousands of customers, creating a warm environment and delivering perfection, therefore having previous leadership experience will set you up for success.


Supervisor Job Openings by Bill’s Bullring in Birmingham June 2021

Job Title Supervisor
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Company Bill’s Bullring
Location Birmingham – Bill’s Bullring is currently opening career opportunity for quality applicants to fill Supervisor.

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Supervisor – Bill’s Restaurants

Whether you are meeting up with colleagues or friends, celebrating a birthday or just running in to grab a coffee and a cake to go, at Bill’s you can expect a warm welcome, great service and fantastic, freshly prepared dishes. We are currently looking for an amazing Supervisor to join our dynamic team.

What do you need to do well? Make sure your service remains high at all times, look after the guests and at all times be approachable, genuine and friendly.

Every day at Bill’s is different, from small groups to large birthday parties and everything in between, every guest needs to be made to feel welcome and receive incredible service! As well as making sure our guests have a great time, a Bill’s Supervisor needs to be a positive ambassador, hungry for a challenge and keen to make a real difference. As a supervisor you will be part of a strong team, but you are also a leader!

Our Supervisors must –

  • Have 1 or more years’ experience in a supervisory role in a volume driven restaurant environment.
  • Be instinctively service inspired and do not compromise for an easy life, always strive to encourage the highest standards in others.
  • Have a strong work ethic and work exceptionally as part of a team.
  • Have already run shifts in a busy, high turnover restaurant, whilst still coaching and motivating the team throughout every shift.

In return we offer fantastic training, a competitive salary, and the chance to grow and develop your career. If you love working with a diverse and strong team, want to push yourself and love the hospitality industry as much as us, we would really love to hear from you!

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Bull Ring, Birmingham – Bull Ring, Birmingham

Large shopping center in the center of Birmingham

Shopping center in England, UK


Bullring Shopping Center, Birmingham

Location Birmingham, England, UK
Coordinates 52 ° 28′39.72 ″ N 1 ° 53′39.04 ″ W.d. / 52.4777000 ° N 1.8941778 ° W / 52.4777000; -1.8941778 Coordinates: 52 ° 28’39.72 “N 1 ° 53’39.04” W. / 52.4777000 ° N 1.8941778 ° W / 52.4777000; -1.8941778
Opening date September 4, 2003 ; 17 years ago (2003-09-04)
Developer Birmingham Alliance
Office Tim Whalley
Architect Benoy
Number of shops and services 140
Number of anchor tenants 3 (Selfridges, Debenhams, TK Maxx)
Total retail space 1585000 sq ft (147 300 m 2 )
Number of floors 4 (3 accessible from outside)
Parking lot 3100
Website Bullring .co .uk

Bull Ring is a large shopping center in the center of Birmingham. Combined with Grand Central (to which it is connected by a bridge), it is the largest mall in the city center of the United Kingdom and has been an important feature of Birmingham since the Middle Ages when its market was first opened. There are two shopping centers built on the territory; in the 1960s and then in 2003; the latter is framed in one word, bullring .

The site is located on the edge of a sandstone ridge that leads to a steep descent towards Digbet. The slope drops about 15 meters (49 feet) from New Street to St. Martin’s Church, which is clearly visible next to the church.

The current shopping center was the busiest in the United Kingdom in 2004 with 36.5 million visitors. It is home to one of four Selfridges department stores and the fourth largest Debenhams in the UK.

Place names

This area was first known as Corn Cheaping due to the corn market in the area. The name Bull Ring refers to the green in Corn Cheaping, which was used to bait bulls. The “ring” was an iron hoop in Corn Cheaping that bulls were tied to for baiting before slaughter. The combination of these two words in the development of the area in the 21st century to form a bullring has sparked controversy among some residents and others who were unhappy with the change in what was described as “historical spelling.”

The commercial heart of Birmingham; (lr) St. Martin’s Church, St. Martin’s Square, shopping mall and Selfridges building.


The market was legally established in 1154 when Peter de Bermingham, a local landowner, received the Charter of Trade Rights from King Henry II. Initially, a textile trade began to develop in the area, and it was first mentioned in 1232 in a document that describes a merchant as a business partner of William de Bermingham and was owned by four weavers, a blacksmith, a tailor and a supplier.Seven years later, another document described another trader in the area. Over the next ten years, the area developed into a leading trading city and a major textile trade was established.

The name of Mercer Street is first mentioned in the 1553 Review of Birmingham. This was the result of the prominence of the area in the textile trade. In the 16th and 17th centuries, Mercer Street developed rapidly and became cramped. In the early 18th century, Mercer Street was known as Spicer Street, reflecting the growth of the grocery and meat trade, which began to supplant the textile trade.By the end of the century, the street was known as Spiceal Street. Despite the fact that many of the houses on the street were overcrowded and cramped, they had gardens, as evidenced by an advertisement for a residential building in 1798. Houses were built next to St Martin’s Church and eventually surrounded it. They became known as the District Houses.

Bullring as seen from the High Street in the 1880s.

On a map drawn by Westley in 1731, other markets developed nearby, including food, cattle and corn markets, and other high street markets nearby.This corn market was moved to the Carrs Lane Corn Exchange in 1848. Bull Ring developed into Birmingham’s premier retail market area as the city morphed into a modern industrial city.

The earliest known public meeting building in the city with any architectural record is the High Cross, which stood inside the bullring. The last known construction work was in 1703; it was demolished in 1784. It was also known as the Old Cross to distinguish it from the Welch Cross, and was also nicknamed the Butter Cross due to the fact that farmers sold dairy products under its arches.

A series of events in Birmingham’s political history made the area a popular meeting place for demonstrations and speeches by labor leaders in the 1830s and 1840s.

In 1839, the bullring was the site of riots that led to widespread vandalism and property destruction. This raised concerns among city residents about the council’s failure to prevent or control riots and led to speculation that the council was tolerant of lawlessness.Due to the erratic behavior at fairs in 1861, the area, along with Smithfield and Digbeth, became the only place in the center of Birmingham where fairs were allowed. In 1875 all fairs were banned in the city.

The area around the market square developed and by the Victorian era a large number of shops were operating there. Immigrants start businesses such as flower and umbrella sellers. The Lord Nelson statue has become a site for preaching and political protests.Notable preachers of that time were named Saint Joe and Jimmy Jesus .

Bull Ring Markets

Drawing of the entrance to the market hall from of William Hutton’s book A History of Birmingham” , published in 1836.

At the end of the 18th century, street commissars were empowered to buy and demolish houses in the city center, including the houses surrounding the bullring, and to concentrate all market activity in the area.This was the result of the opening up of new markets throughout the city in scattered locations creating serious congestion. The demolition of this property began slowly; however, after the 1801 Act, the rate of demolition increased and by 1810 all properties in the area had been cleared of mines, according to Kempson’s 1810 Map of Birmingham. During the clearance, small streets such as The Shambles, Cock (or Well) Street and Corn Cheaping that existed before the Bull Ring were removed. Originally, Shambles was a series of butchers’ stalls located just off the road leading from the bull-slaughtering site.

The wide square in front of the Church of St. Martin formed the market square. The street commissioners decided that a covered market was needed. They bought the market rights from the owner of the estate, and by 1832, all the holdings in the area had been bought, with the exception of two, whose owners demanded a higher price. To finance the purchase of this property, two buildings were built on either side of the market hall, and the rented premises were sold at auction. Construction of the covered market, designed by Charles Edge (architect of Birmingham City Hall), began in February 1833.It was completed by Dewsbury and Walthews at a cost of £ 20,000 (£ 44,800 if land acquisition price included). and opened on February 12, 1835 and contained 600 market stalls. The building was imposing, and the façade consisted of stone quarried in Bath, Somerset. Two imposing Doric columns supported both wide entrances. At the end of the market day, metal gates were closed in front of the entrances.

In the center of the hall, 365 feet (111 m) long, 180 feet (55 m) wide, and 60 feet (18 m) high, was an ornate bronze fountain donated by street commissars upon their retirement in 1851.The base was made of Yorkshire sandstone and was 460 centimeters (180 inches) in diameter. It was in the shape of a Greek tazza and cost £ 900. Inside the bowl were eight lion heads, from which water gushed out. The entire fountain was 640 centimeters (250 inches) high, and in the center was a 150 centimeters (59 inches) statue called The Messenger and Sons. The statue consisted of four children representing each of Birmingham’s four major industries; weaponsmithing, glassblowing, bronzing and mechanical engineering.The fountain was inaugurated on December 24, 1851 by the chairman of the market committee, John Cadbury. The fountain was removed in 1880 with the intention of rebuilding it in Highgate Park later that year, but this did not happen and it was destroyed in 1923.

Gas lighting was installed in the building, which extended the opening hours of the market. The installations in the market hall included a clock designed by William Potts and the Sons of Leeds, consisting of figures of Guy, the Earl of Warwick, a countess, a servant, and a Saracen.It was moved from the Imperial Gallery in Dale End to the Market Hall in 1936; however, it was destroyed along with the rest of the Market on 25 August 1940 in an incendiary attack.

In 1869 a fish market was built on the site of the Nelson Hotel (formerly the Sobaka Hotel). The Dog Inn was located at the upper end of Spiceal Street, and the land above was owned by the Cowper family. A fish market was built on Cowper Street, named after the family, on Summer Lane.In 1884, an indoor vegetable market was built in the Jamaica Row area.

The horse trade flourished in the area, with over 3,000 horses listed for sale at its peak in the 1880s. However, it quickly fell; the last horse fair was held in 1911 and was attended by only eleven horses and one donkey.

Most of the territory survived World War II; however, nearby New Street was heavily bombed.Stores sold tax-free goods to entice shoppers to buy, as people found it difficult to buy goods even ten years after the end of the war. Woolworths founded on Spiceal Street in the Bull Ring and became a popular store, becoming the largest store on the street. The old covered market remained an empty shell and was used for smaller exhibitions and outdoor markets. No renovation work was carried out in the building; the arches in which the windows were located were bricked up.

Archeology on site

When reconstruction began in 2000, archaeological excavations were carried out on this site. Finds of the XII century; a ditch was discovered where the Selfridges store and the Park Street car park are now located. Archaeologists discovered that this was the border separating the houses from the deer park in the area now occupied by Moore Street station. The debris found in the ditch was found to include fragments of pottery with a cruciform pattern, indicating that pottery kilns were located there in the 13th century.Many 17th-18th century leather tanning pits have been found in the Park Street car park. They contained fragments of crucibles, ceramic vessels in which metal was melted. The remains in them were alloys of copper with zinc, lead and tin. In the place where the covered markets are now located, archaeologists have discovered more leather tanning pits dating back to the 13th century.

Burials were also discovered in the cemetery of the Church of St. Martin of the 18th and 19th centuries. Family records were used to identify the bodies.

Four information panels containing information on the discoveries and history of the site are located in the bullring at St Martin’s Square, Edgbaston Street, Park Street and High Street.

First Birmingham Bullring Center

Old Bull Ring Center with a fresco of bulls, markets in the foreground and the Rotunda in the background

In 1955, shops began to close as a redevelopment of the area was proposed. The plans drawn up showed the creation of new roads and the demolition of old and all buildings on the proposed site.Eleven companies presented plans for a new bullring, but Birmingham City Council decided to support proposals submitted by John Laing & Sons, which used significant material from projects by James A. Roberts. Demolition began in the late 1950s when the old fish market was demolished. Construction began in the summer of 1961.

The open market opened in June 1962 with 150 stalls within the new bullring, which was still under construction.The demolition of the old covered market began in 1963.

In 1964, the Birmingham Bullring Center was nearing completion. It was a combination of traditional open-air market stalls and a new indoor mall, the first downtown indoor mall in the UK. It was opened by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, along with Alderman Frank Price and Sir Herbert Manzoni on May 29, 1964, and cost approximately £ 8 million.The mall covered 23 acres (93,000 m 90,082 2,9,083) and had a retail area of ​​350,000 square meters. Ft (33,000 m 2 ). Queen Elizabeth II visited the complex shortly after the opening.

On the lower level of the mall was the Bull Ring bus station, which was used primarily by Midland Red and its successors. Midland Red West operated a tourist center there until the bus station closed.

The market square was flooded and had about 150 stalls, most of which sold food.It was divided by a large road that connected to the inner ring road, which was built from 1967 to 1971. There was direct access to New Street Station and the market was easily accessible from Moor Street Station. A multi-storey car park is also located in a complex with 500 parking spaces. The roads could be accessed on foot through the metro network. As part of the development, a nine-story office block was built by the design of James A. Roberts. It was attached to a multi-storey car park.Reinforced concrete floors 12 “thick. A bold, illuminated DRU sign was positioned on the end wall facing the city center.

Jamaica Row and Spice Street were demolished and removed during development and replaced by a flooded market square.

There were 140 sales units located on 350,000 square feet (33,000 m 2 ) premises on a 4 acre site (16,000 m 2 ). There were also 19 escalators, 40 elevators, 96 public doors, six miles (10 km) of ductwork, and 33 miles (53 km) of pipelines.The mall had air conditioning and music played to create an intimate atmosphere inside the building.

Next to New Street Station was Old Market Hall, which was damaged in a bombing raid during World War II. There was no roof for many years before it was demolished in 1962 and replaced by the Manzoni Gardens; open space for the rest of the buyers. In the 1970s, there was a statue of King Kong.

A bull fresco was located on the side of the building when visitors entered the road dividing the market square.

The 1960s bullring center had problems from the start and was largely a product of its era. It was considered the pinnacle of modernity when it opened, but the mall’s higher rents meant that merchants turned their backs on it. The public was also less inclined to use the metro and escalators, which regularly stopped working. In addition, it did not age well and soon became the mainstream of 1960s Brutalist architecture, with a square gray concrete structure and isolation within ring roads connected only by pedestrian crossings.By the 1980s, he was deeply disliked by the public and contributed to the widespread perception of Birmingham as a concrete jungle of shopping centers and highways.

In 2015, Historic England included four bullfighting sculptures designed by Trevin Copplestone that stood outside the mall on a list of public works that have been lost, sold, stolen or destroyed.

Redevelopment Bull Ring

Early offers

Construction of a new bullring in 2001

The redevelopment plans began in the 1980s, and many of them were just visions. In 1987, the first serious plans were published as part of a document called The People’s Plan, which was developed by Chapman Taylor Architects for London and the Edinburgh Trust (LET), who bought the land after Laing’s lease ended. He proposed to completely demolish the Bull Ring shopping center and build a new shopping center, described as “a huge aircraft carrier located on a city street.”The mall was a three-story box 500 meters (1600 feet) long.

A pressure group called Birmingham for the People was formed to help rebuild the bullring. They distributed flyers with proposals to 44,000 houses in the city. However, due to local opinion, the LETs were forced to change their proposals.

In 1988, in response to calls for a new project, LET issued a master plan for numerous buildings with a wide pedestrianized street leading to St. Martin’s Church.As part of the project, two high-rise buildings of the same height as the Rotunda were proposed opposite New Street and Moor Street stations. However, the lack of local support prevented the plans from being realized.

In 1995, LET amended its designs again, working with the public. However, the downturn in retail meant that plans could not start construction, and they were never worked out.

Successful offer

After the failure of the LET plan, new plans began to appear.In the mid-1990s, another major proposal was put forward and received support, as a result of which a master plan was published. However, shortly after the publication of the master plan, changes were made to the design. In 1998, Selfridges expressed doubts about opening a store in Birmingham due to restrictions on it and were considering opening a store in Glasgow. This was an important part of the planned renovation of Birmingham.

Construction and opening

The successful bid received a building permit, and demolition of the 1960s Bull Ring shopping center began in 2000 when traders moved to Rag Market on Edgbaston Street.It has been replaced by a new design that combines both traditional market activities and modern retail outlets. The main contractor was Sir Robert McElpine. The first building to be completed was the National Building Society, which, while not directly associated with the shopping center, was part of the development. On September 4, 2003, a new closed shopping center “Bullring” (this is the name of the commercial enterprise) was opened.

As the main road and two railway tunnels run below the northern edge of the site, the two levels of retail space are sharply suspended from four 45-meter steel arched steel trusses, each weighing 120 tons, which rest on piles on either side of the railway tunnels.

In the first week of trading, the new shopping center came under significant pressure from large crowds. On September 4, 2003, the opening day, the shopping center was visited by 276,600 people.

Design and layout

Selfridges store designed by Future Systems in the bullring

Bullring Shopping Center was primarily designed by Bena. The shopping center consists of two main buildings (East and West Mall), which are connected by an underground passage to the shops, and can also be accessed from St. Martin’s Square through glass doors.Doors to both wings on the New Street side can be removed when crowds become large and queues are lining up at the doors. This feature also allows vehicles to be brought into the building for demonstration purposes. They are protected by a glass roof known as the SkyPlane, which covers 7,000 square meters (75,000 square feet) and appears to have no visible support. The two shopping centers are distinguished by their interior design. The balustrades in the East Trade Center are composed of integrated glass “pearls” in a metal frame and are painted in different colors, covered with polyester powder paint.Touchscreen computers developed by Calm Digital are located throughout the building, allowing the user to search for a specific store location or view a map of the complex. It is an impressive historic building that houses the Selfridges department store, designed by Future Systems. The store is adorned with 15,000 shiny aluminum discs and is inspired by a sequined Paco Rabanne dress. Selfridges was worth £ 60 million and contracted by Laing O’Rourke.Selfridges store design, covering 25,000 square meters (270,000 square feet), was first introduced in 1999, shortly before the demolition of the original mall began. Selfridges has won eight awards, including the 2004 RIBA Architecture Award and the Destination of the Year Retail Week 2004.

Opposite Selfridges on Park Street, a multi-storey car park is connected to Selfridges by a 37-meter curved polycarbonate pedestrian bridge known as the Parametric Bridge suspended above the street.On the ground floor of the parking lot, there is a retail space, which was previously a furniture showroom.

Escalators in the interior of the Selfridges store

In 2005, a small Costa Coffee, designed by Marks Barfield Architects and dubbed Spiral Café, was built next to the stairs leading to New Street from St. Martin’s Square. The building was shaped like a shell, with a curved bronze roof, both ends of which were covered with glass. The main contractors were Thomas Weil, and the civil engineers were Price & Myers.The building’s shape is inspired by the mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci, who identified natural growth patterns found throughout the universe, from shells and pine cones to fractal patterns within galaxies. The cafe was demolished as part of the 2011 Spiceal Street renovation.

The entire reconstruction was accompanied by the release of the official magazine of the project, and then was marked by the publication of an artbook style book, which described Bullring’s transformation into illustration and photography.Both the book and the magazine were published by the specialized publishing house Alma Media International on behalf of the developers.

The design of the shopping center has both admirers and detractors. In a 2008 poll with SimCity Creator , found that the bullring was the ugliest building in the country, although the poll was criticized.

Special street

On September 6, 2010, plans were announced to expand 20,000 sq. M.Ft (1900 m 2 ) with the creation of three new restaurant units with a total area of ​​about 10,000 sq. Ft (930 m 2 ) at St Martins Square, with the existing Pizza Hut and Nandos being built. stretched closer to the church of St. Martin and thus expanded. New restaurants include Browns Bar & Brasserie and Chaobaby, which are opening their first restaurants in Birmingham in two of the larger blocks closest to Jamies Italian. The third block closest to Selfridges is home to the “handcrafted Burger Co”.In addition to the existing Nandos, Wagamama, Pizza Hut, Jamie’s Italian and Mount Fuiji. This led to the creation of a center of seven restaurants named after the traditional Spiceal Street. Construction of part of the internal, part of the external development began in March 2011 and consists of glass, wood and aluminum outside and a roof with a “ribbon” effect. The award-winning Spiral Café, once located here, has been relocated outside the hotel. The new Spiceal Street opened on November 24, 2011.Since then, Jamie’s Italian has closed after the company took over in May 2019, and Handmade Burger Co suffered the same fate 8 months later, in January 2020. Both units are still empty.

Work of art

Bull in the bullring

Statue of Lord Nelson on the Portland plinth and railings around it

There are many works of art on the territory of the center:

  • A 120 square meter glass mural by artist Martin Donlin overlooks the entrance to Birmingham New Street Station.
  • Three light sticks of different heights stand on the Rotunda Square at the entrances to both wings of the Bullfighting Arena. Rods sway in the wind, and reflective platforms protruding from the main carbon fiber core reflect light, creating a beacon effect. At night, the cores are illuminated with blue, green and red shafts.
  • At the main entrance to the west building stands The Guardian , a 2.2 meters (7 feet 3 inches) high bronze sculpture of a running bull.It was created by Lawrence Broderick and became very popular with visitors to Birmingham. The statue was vandalized in 2005, requiring it to be removed for renovation, but was returned to its original location later that year. The sculptor supported calls to rename the statue to Brummy the Bull. However, it is more commonly known as “Bull”. The sculpture was vandalized again in 2006.
  • There is a statue of Horatio Nelson in St. Martin’s Square. The bronze statue was Birmingham’s first public monument and was created by Richard Westmacott.It is also the first iconic memorial to Lord Nelson to be erected in Britain (only second in the world after Montreal) and was opened on 25 October 1809 as part of King George III’s Golden Jubilee celebrations. It was originally located on the edge of the previous bullring and stood on a marble base, but it was damaged when the statue was moved in 1958 and the current Portland stone pedestal dates from 1960. As part of the development of the bullring, the developer restore the statue and railings, but in 2003, when the bullring opened, the railings were not visible. The Birmingham Civic Society launched a campaign to get the railings restored, while Bullring argued that they were a health and safety risk and would destroy the openness of the public space. However, the railing was rebuilt in September 2005 to commemorate the bicentennial of the Battle of Trafalgar.
  • As each Christmas approaches, a silvery structure is erected in St. Martin’s Square, reminiscent of a stylized Christmas tree.Large chrome balls hang inside a conical structure decorated with chrome stars. Large three-dimensional stars hang between both buildings. Both the stars and the chrome sculpture are illuminated at night.
  • On June 4, 2008, the mall owners opened the Bullring Britannia cruise ship, located outside the mall in St. Martin’s Square. The ship hosted activities throughout the summer, including fashion shows, Mr Sexy Legs competition, and activities for children.


Part of James A. Roberts’s project for the first Bull Ring shopping center included a 12-story circular office block. However, after the revision of his project, it was increased to 25 floors. As a result, plans to build a rooftop restaurant and movie theater were dropped. This became the Rotunda and is a surviving feature of the 1960s development.

The Rotunda was converted into an apartment by the developers Urban Splash. Although it is located close to the complex and was built at the same time as the center of the 1960s, it was not part of the development despite being included in the project.A poem is engraved on one of the stones in the wall of the bullring dedicated to the Rotunda. The public space in front of both High Street and New Street shopping centers is named the Rotunda Square after the building.

360 ° night view of the shopping center with numerous Christmas decorations.



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Entrance fee: 400 pesos

Those who love thrills will love Cancun’s iconic Arena Plaza de Toros.Once a week, bright and mesmerizing shows are held at the Arena. Of course, you guessed it, this is an integral part of Mexican history – the legendary bullfight. In Mexico, bullfighting took root five centuries ago, from the time of Hernan Cortez – the first Mexican bullfighter. In Maracay, the Cesar Chiron bullring is open, designed for 7,000 visitors and named after the great bullfighter of Venezuela. The arena building itself, built in 1933, is of great architectural and historical value today.Here you can see the costumes of famous bullfighters and documents related to the history of bullfighting in the city.

Bullfighting arena.

Previously, bullfighting arenas were rectangular in shape, but when the bulls began to huddle in the corners, it was decided to build round platforms. Now all the arenas, including Cancun’s Plaza de Toros, resemble a circus platform with spectator seats arranged by an amphitheater. The area for fighting is covered with sand and fenced off from the audience by a one and a half meter barrier and premises for the arena workers.The bullfight is accompanied by Mexican music, the national dances of the charros cowboys. Arena Plaza de Toros is located in the central city square at the intersection of Kukulcan Boulevard and Bonampak Street. If you want to see the mesmerizing action – bullfighting with bulls, you need to come here on Wednesday. The fight starts at 15.30.

Bullfighting arena.

At the Plaza de Toros arena in Cancun, you will not only have the opportunity to watch the bullfight, but also for an additional fee, dressed in a matador costume, enter the arena with a bull.In this case, the bull is selected very young and not aggressive, naturally you will be backed up by experienced matadors. The real battle takes place later, when a huge and ferocious 500-pound bull enters the fray, to die at the end of the show.

On other days, various concerts and performances can be seen here.

How to get there:

by bus: stop. Parada Museo Aeronautico

90,000 Bullfighting Arena and Bullfighting Museum: Photo and Brief Description

The surviving bullring with a sculpture of a bull’s head at the central entrance is one of three arenas that once existed in Alicante.The history of bullfighting in Spain can be found in the Bullfighting Museum, located near the most famous arena in Alicante.

In the Spanish city of Alicante at the beginning of the 19th century, there were only two small wooden arenas, so in 1947 it was decided to build a more modern arena. A location was chosen near the central square. As you know, bullfighting is one of the most favorite fun in Spain, so every bullfight has always been a real event for the townspeople. They settled only on the most significant days for the city.

The bullring (Plaza de Toros) in the central square was opened two years after the start of construction, in 1849. Several decades later, the arena was significantly rebuilt and expanded by the architect Guardiola Pico. A number of improvements have been made for the safety of spectators during the performance, some details have been added. In particular, in front of the entrance to the arena, a sculptural head of a bull made by José Sampera was installed. A feature of this sculpture are natural horns, which were used by the sculptor to create a fearsome and warlike image of the symbol of the Spanish bullfighting.

Already in the 20th century, a bullfighting museum (bullfighting) – Museo Taurino appeared next to the arena, but the collections and exhibits that can be seen in the halls and at exhibitions were collected much earlier. In the museum you can see not only the attributes that are used in bullfighting, but also learn about the famous bullfighters from Alicante, famous tournaments, etc. The ritual killing of bulls was committed by the priests, the event was massive, it was committed openly.Subsequently, the ritual killing of a bull in front of all local residents on holidays became a tradition, which already in the Middle Ages became one of the favorite pastimes of the Spaniards.

In the 15th century, bullfighting became a favorite show of the noble Spaniards. At that time, bullfighting had little resemblance to modern bullfights. The knights fought with the bulls on horseback. Only in the 18th century the rules changed dramatically, and bullfighting began to resemble the spectacle that can be seen today. The famous bullfighter Francisco Romero showed how to handle an angry bull on the ground.

There are certain rules in modern bullfighting. First, the matador “plays” with the bull (about 15-30 minutes), and then the bull is killed. Bullfighting can last 2-3 hours and ends when three matadors (bullfighters) kill two bulls. The bulls are roused by picadors – riders on a horse with lances. But lately, picadors appear less and less in the arena, since their methods do not cause much encouragement from the population.

Bulls specially bred for bullfighting are released into the ring.A rosette cockade is pinned to the withers of the animals. The beast is chased by the bullfighter’s assistants, they provoke the bulls with crimson rags (although the animals are attracted not by the color of the canvases, but by the body movements of the assistants). Banderilla peaks are injected into the withers of the animals: two for three passes. And only after that a bullfighter appears, whose goal is to kill the bull.

In Spain, the profession of matador is highly valued. Bullfighters have always been the most respected people in Alicante. The bullfighting arena hosts not only bullfights, but also concerts and various events.The Bullfighting Museum also hosts exhibitions and meetings dedicated to bullfighting.

After the decision was made in Barcelona to close the bullfight, many travelers go on a trip to Alicante, where bullfighting is allowed and is very popular.

Working hours

In winter time from Tuesday to Saturday from 10.30 to 20.00 (break from 13.30 to 17.00)
In summer, from July to September, the museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10.30 to 21.00 (break from 13.30 to 18.00).
Sunday and Monday are days off.
Opening times may vary.

The duration of the organized excursion in the museum of bullfighting and bullfighting is 1 hour.

You can learn about the bullfights held in the Alicante arena directly on the arena. Cost from 10 euros.

How to get there

You can get to the arena and the museum by city buses following the route 01, 03, 04, 06, 09, 10, 24, 25, 26, 34, 34L, 8A, 8B – stop Pza. España.
By tram – line L1, L3 – Mercado stop.You can make a stop during the tour on the tourist bus, get off at the Mercado Central stop.

90,000 YouTuber James Charles told LBC Birmingham crowd “okay”

YouTuber James Charles tells LBC Birmingham crowd ‘normal’

A YouTuber whose visit to a store sparked city center gridlock has said the 8,000-fan turnout was “surprisingly normal” .James Charles was speaking on LBC after overhearing presenter James O’Brien say he was baffled at the huge attendance.
Birmingham city center was brought to a standstill on Saturday, with Charles’ appearance thought partially to blame.
The city council said it would have planned for a major event if it had known of his visit in advance.

YouTuber, whose visit to the store led to a dead end in the city center, said the turnout of 8,000 fans was “surprisingly normal” .James Charles spoke on LBC after hearing host James O’Brien say he was baffled by the huge attendance.
Downtown Birmingham was shut down on Saturday, and Charles’ looks are partly to blame.
The city council said it would have planned a major event if it had known about his visit in advance.

On his radio show earlier, Mr O’Brien called for his listeners to explain “why 8,000 people turned up to watch James Charles open a make-up shop”, adding he was “genuinely baffled”.”Why don’t I know about James Charles? Given that I read every newspaper every day,” he said.

My Uber driver turned on the radio to the biggest station in the U.K. and they were talking about our meet and greet saying he had no idea who I was so I tried to call in AND GOT ​​THROUGH & amp; educated him on the sisterhood omg ????
& mdash; James Charles (@jamescharles) January 28, 2019

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Earlier on his radio show, Mr. O’Brien called to explain to his listeners “why 8,000 people came to see James Charles open a cosmetics store,” adding that he was “genuinely bewildered.”“Why don’t I know about James Charles? Considering that I read all the newspapers every day, ”he said.

My Uber driver turned on the radio on the biggest station ?? in the UK and they talked about our meeting and greeting saying he had no idea who I was so I tried to call AND LOOKED and told him about OMG sisterhood ????
– James Charles (@jamescharles) January 28, 2019

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Overhearing the conversation while traveling to the airport, beauty guru Charles rang in.Mr O’Brien asked the YouTube star if it was “normal for 8,000 people to turn up?” Charles replied: “Surprisingly, yes.”
He said a previous meet-and-greet in Toronto, Canada, had attracted more than 10,000 people, and his recent events had been “getting crazy numbers”.
Charles added: “I have been making make-up videos for around three years now on my channel and my career has definitely been quite a wild ride.

After overhearing the conversation during a trip to the airport, beauty guru Charles called.Mr. O’Brien asked the YouTube star, “Is it okay to have 8,000 people come?” Charles replied, “Surprisingly, yes.”
He said that the previous meeting in Toronto, Canada, attracted over 10,000 people, and his recent events were “picking up crazy numbers.”
Charles added: “I’ve been filming makeup videos on my channel for about three years now, and my career has definitely been pretty crazy.”

Who is James Charles?


Who is James Charles?


He is a 19-year-old social media star from Bethlehem, New York.
He has a YouTube channel followed by almost 14 million people where he uploads make-up tutorials, reviews and challenges.
The beauty influencer makes millions of dollars via his own merchandise and clothing range and sponsored social media posts.
He calls his fans “sisters” and his fanbase “the sisterhood”.Last year, he released his own eyeshadow palette that sent millions of teens and make-up lovers into a tailspin as they tried to get their hands on it. The palette sold out worldwide within hours – twice.

He is a 19-year-old social media star from Bethlehem, New York.
He has a YouTube channel that is followed by almost 14 million people, where he posts makeup tutorials, reviews and assignments.
The beauty influencer makes millions of dollars from her own line of products and apparel, as well as sponsored social media posts.He calls his fans “sisters” and his fanbase “sisterhood”.
Last year, he released his own eyeshadow palette that sent millions of teenagers and makeup lovers into a tailspin when they tried to get their hands on it. The palette was sold all over the world in a matter of hours – twice.

Charles was greeted by three floors of supporters when he appeared at the Morphe make-up store at the weekend.Birmingham City Council said had it known about the appearance ahead of time, it would have planned for the visit as it does for other major events such as Pride.

I can’t believe this is my life
& mdash; James Charles (@jamescharles) January 26, 2019

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Charles was greeted by three floors of supporters when he showed up at the Morphe cosmetics store over the weekend.Birmingham City Council said that if he had known about the appearance in advance, he would have planned the visit, like other major events such as Pride.

Can’t believe this is my life
– James Charles (@jamescharles) January 26, 2019

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The said authority data showed the Bullring car park was full for longer on Saturday than usual.Earlier it said several regeneration projects were under way in the city, including an extension to the Midland Metro tramline and the new Curzon Street station, urging people to use public transport where possible.
Stephanie Lacey, general manager at Bullring & amp; Grand Central, said: “We understand there was some congestion in the city center during the day and not all of our car parks were full to capacity, with many of James’ fans using public transport for their visit.
“The team at Bullring worked closely with Morphe, the council and local police to establish to ensure the safety and security of all shoppers and staff.”

Authorities said the data showed the Bullring car park was filled longer than usual on Saturday.
Earlier it was reported that there are several regeneration projects in the city, including the extension of the Midland Metro tram line and the new Curzon Street. stations, encouraging people to use public transport whenever possible.
Stephanie Lacey, CEO of Bullring & Grand Central, said: “We understand that there was congestion in the city center during the day and not all of our car parks were full and many James fans used public transportation for their visits.”The Bullring team worked closely with Morphe, council and local police to ensure the safety of all buyers and staff.”

Some people on social media blamed the work and the state of the city’s roads for the problems.

#birminghamgridlock If you decide you redevelop most of the city center at the same time – tram works – broad street – paradise circus – you wonder why?
& mdash; John Webber (@JohnWebberFRICS) January 26, 2019

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West Midlands Police said Bullring staff had informed it about the opening in advance.
It said the duty city center team and its operational support unit were deployed to “assist security staff with crowd management”. There were no incidents or arrests.

Some people on social media blamed the work and the condition of city roads for the problems.

# birminghamgridlock If you decide to rebuild most of the city center at the same time – tram works – wide street – circus paradise – you wonder why?
– John Webber (@JohnWebberFRICS) January 26, 2019

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West Midlands police said they had been informed in advance by Bullring staff of the opening.
It said that the downtown duty brigade and its operational support unit had been deployed to “assist security personnel in crowd control.” There were no incidents or arrests.


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