Britannia Square Residents' Association

The BSRA is dedicated to the care of this special part of the city of Worcester, its unique historic character and the interests of all of the residents of Britannia Square, Albany Terrace and Stephenson Terrace. 

Our AGM is an opportunity to express views, discuss matters of local interest and to socialise with your neighbours. If you have recently moved to the area, you are especially welcome. If you are not a member, you can join at the AGM or by contacting Membership Secretary, Nicky Neville-Lee

News



BRITANNIA SQUARE AREA LARGE SCALE 1886 MAP  – AVAILABLE TO VIEW HERE

Based on large scale Ordnance Survey maps published in 1886, this combined map is a fascinating, detailed snapshot of our area at the time of the 1884 survey.






AUTUMN 2022 NEWSLETTER – NOW AVAILABLE HERE
17th October, 2022








BRITANNIA SQUARE'S MISSING HOUSE – READ MORE HERE 

Eastbourne Lodge, 54 Britannia Square, once stood at the top south-east corner of the Square, on a plot between the Tything and Britannia Square. Sadly, it was demolished around 1959. Its story is here.





CONSERVATION OFFICE APPROVED
House Painting Colour Guide – NOW AVAILABLE HERE

Summer 2020

A new guide to house painting colours in our area, developed by the BSRA, has been adopted for use by Worcester's Planning and Conservation Office.







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More details about Fisher German services particularly relevant to residents of the Britannia Square area may be found here.
 

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