A planning meeting was held today (December 20) to discuss plans for 116 apartments to be built in the heart of Birmingham’s gay village.
Opposers say that if the plans were to go ahead it could lead to the closure of LGBTQ nightclubs and businesses due to problems with noise.
The committee have decided to conduct a site visit before making a final decision on the application.
The objectors say they hope that the committee visiting the area on a busy night will allow them to recognise that building residential properties so close to Hurst Street could be detrimental.
Members of the community said they welcomed today's decision as 'very positive' and said they hoped that they are on track to keep Birmingham's gay village thriving.