The Hockley Flyover is an overpass which is part of the A41 in Birmingham that crosses over the top of a unique and fascinating public space called Hockley Circus built during the 1960s.
We will be running a participatory photography project with local people to document this space, as well as exploring people's experiences and to share stories from the flyover in the new year.
The photography project will be open to local residents to join that live near the Flyover in January 2020 - you can sign up for updates about getting involved by hitting the button below.
In addition to the photography project we are working on some other ways to help people explore and enjoy the space - details to follow.
Here is the blog from earlier this year that explores some of the space under the flyover and where you can leave comments about any thoughts on what you might like to see happening in the space - The Hockley Flyover - Using Art to Improve the Space