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Planners liken new Birmingham Conservatoire to a cheese-grater and Oxo cube

Despite some criticism of the design the council’s planning committee gave their full backing to the £40 million relocation of the music school to Eastside

Birmingham hit hard as councils face a further 1.8% Government funding cut

Birmingham City Council
Birmingham is expecting to be among the worst hit by the cuts which it is claimed have a greater impact on major cities and urban areas

Road to 'Paradise' mapped out as 11 years of building begins

CGI of Paradise development, looking across Chamberlain Square towards Town Hall Birmingham
Arguably Birmingham's biggest redevelopment project in a generation will begin in January as city braces itself for road closures and diversions and the final curtain call for Central Library

The Birmingham Post's top Flickr pictures of 2014

Images from the Birmingham Post's Flickr page
The Post's team has trawled through hundreds of images sent to our Flickr page this year to come up with our favourite 30 - let us know your favourite

Edgbaston naming rights talks reignited by haul of major cricket matches

Indian players celebrate their win at the ICC Champions Trophy Final match against England at Edgbaston.
The potential for a money-spinning naming deal is back on the table with some major cricketing events are heading to Birmingham

Seven Capital to invest £100m-plus warchest

Seven Capital, which is behind the Park Regis hotel development in Five Ways, says it has £100m to spend
Company behind several city schemes unveils war chest to continue investment in city where it is only 'scratching the surface'

Planners liken new Birmingham Conservatoire to a cheese-grater and Oxo cube

Despite some criticism of the design the council’s planning committee gave their full backing to the £40 million relocation of the music school to Eastside

Edgbaston naming rights talks reignited by haul of major cricket matches

Indian players celebrate their win at the ICC Champions Trophy Final match against England at Edgbaston.
The potential for a money-spinning naming deal is back on the table with some major cricketing events are heading to Birmingham

Planners liken new Birmingham Conservatoire to a cheese-grater and Oxo cube

Despite some criticism of the design the council’s planning committee gave their full backing to the £40 million relocation of the music school to Eastside

The Birmingham Post's top Flickr pictures of 2014

Images from the Birmingham Post's Flickr page
The Post's team has trawled through hundreds of images sent to our Flickr page this year to come up with our favourite 30 - let us know your favourite
New Art West Midlands: Alexandra Darby, Chrysophobia #1 (2014)

New Art West Midlands: Best emerging artists get chance to exhibit at major galleries again

Visitors will see painting, sculpture, photography, performance, installation and video works from 30 of the West Midlands’ most promising artists

Review: Aladdin at Malvern Festival Theatres

Malvern's  feel-good panto has energy galore and guaranteed to raise your Christmas spirits.

Review: First and Last by Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra at
Elgar Concert Hall, Birmingham

Forget clinical professionalism, there’s nothing to beat a warts-and-all amateur performance delivered with total commitment – and this BPO concert had it in spades.
Nick Button, Sean Bryne, Haydn Jones, Jonathon Wilby, Philip Costigan, Partners at Band Hatton Button, at the annual Band Hatton Button Commercial Property Buffet at St Mary's Guildhall in Coventry.

Property future discussed at Band Hatton buffet

The annual Band Hatton Button Commercial Property Buffet was held at St Mary's Guildhall in Coventry.

The Opus family dishes up Birmingham bar with a difference

Irene Allen, Opus Director: Glynn Purnell, Ann Tonks, Opus Director, attended Bar Opus' pre opening event at One Snowhill.
Bar Opus at the foot of Colmore Row's iconic One Snowhill building, opened its doors to the public.

Women's Business Council summit at Snow Hill in Birmingham

Jagpal Rai, Monder Ram, Sandra Kerr, Denis Woulfe, Rupinder Kaur, at the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Women's Enterprise Summit at the Latitude Club, One Snowhill, hosted by Barclays.
Barclays, in conjunction with the ​​Women's Business Council, hosted the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Women's Enterprise Summit at its offices in Snow Hill, Birmingham.
CGI of Paradise development, looking across Chamberlain Square towards Town Hall Birmingham

Road to 'Paradise' mapped out as 11 years of building begins

Arguably Birmingham's biggest redevelopment project in a generation will begin in January as city braces itself for road closures and diversions and the final curtain call for Central Library

Pre-Christmas exit as IMI winds down Witton base

Historic manufacturing group brings to a close more than 150 years of industrial heritage at Birmingham base

Orbis advises on sale of TMAT to Blachford Incorporated

Chris Gregory, partner at Orbis
TMAT, based in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, designs, engineers and manufactures acoustic components for industrial and agricultural vehicles

Mysterious twist in Birmingham City ownership riddle

Birmingham City FC
Rumours abound that new shareholder who owns 16 per cent of the club is Carson Yeung's common-law partner

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Planners liken new Birmingham Conservatoire to a cheese-grater and Oxo cube

Images from the Birmingham Post's Flickr page

The Birmingham Post's top Flickr pictures of 2014

CGI of Paradise development, looking across Chamberlain Square towards Town Hall Birmingham

Road to 'Paradise' mapped out as 11 years of building begins

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