This is clearly enough of an issue that the Gurdwara has issued a public appeal over it.
As I said, I am outside of this specific area, but from your handle I guess you might know better. You could perhaps kindly enlighten us on what the situation is there between muslims and kaffirs these days.
From what I have learnt from elders there that fought muslim paedophiles going back decades, there are rife problems with islamics in Birmingham.
Let's be quite frank about this.
For a halal meat shop that wants to open right next to a Gurdwara, it's never merely about business.
This has got nothing to do with meat in general. Let's not try to pretend otherwise.
In the case of halal meat Sikhi is unequivocal that we are banned from going anywhere near meat prepared in an islamic, sacrificial, manner.
It is as much an affront to our religious beliefs as pork is to a muslim. Would muslims accept a pork factory in the vicinity of a mosque?