M.I.A. was one of the pioneers in managed workspace within the private sector. Its first project was the Telsen Centre, Aston, Birmingham. Read more

About M.I.A

Midlands Industry Association is a registered Friendly Society (Reg. No. 23468R)

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  • who are M.I.A?

    Founded in 1982. Its declared aims and objectives are to promote employment and fight dereliction through reclaiming disused sites and refurbishing redundant buildings, encouraging the small firms sector by providing suitable workspace.

  • business support

    We have been assisting small businesses for 25 years and pride ourselves on the help and support that we provide to tenants. We work with a number of local support agencies who provide invaluable assistance to the region's businesses.

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    To discuss your property requirements or to arrange a viewing, please contact us on

    0121 233 2232

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“Still Waiting for the Decorator”

The work on show at Jubilee Centre’s “The Works” Gallery on Pershore Street will be a mixture of paintings and sculpture by four local Birmingham Artists. Frank Edmunds Kevin Hawker David Irish Michael Morris The work varies in content from visual poetry to large paintings of ‘City Life’.  Other paintings contain images of festivals and […]

Spirit in the Wood Exhibition

Vivienne Harrison, a resident artist of the Jubilee Centre, is exhibiting in The Works Gallery from 22nd August until 26th August 2016. “This is a major exhibition of large scale charcoal drawings, depicting forests and trees and accompanied by a smaller show along the same theme in the ground floor Showcase Gallery” Opening Hours 12 […]