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John Madin building handed listed status

John Madin's St James's House has been awarded Grade II listed status by English Heritage

Office block designed by renowned architect granted Grade II status by English Heritage as other examples of his work in the city perish

Crumbled Birmingham Queensway tunnels sign could be recreated for university exhibition

The now-replaced Queensway tunnel sign, recognisable to thousands of drivers
Timber Queensway signs were removed from tunnels and replaced with new electronic warning billboards which can instantly alert drivers to a crash or hold up ahead

Pinsent Masons' partner Ian Hyde to become tribunal judge

Ian Hyde, from Pinsent Masons, who has been appointed as a Judge of the First-tier Tribunal
Ian Hyde will be a ‘fee-paid’ judge, meaning he will sit on a part time basis, and will take up the position later this yea

London & Cambridge Properties signs up latest tenant

Andrew Preston, industrial property manager with London & Cambridge Properties
Armorduct Systems consolidates four bases into a single space on Pensnett Estate in Kingswinford

Crystal Mortgages celebrates record-breaking performance

Joe Breeden, managing director at Crystal Mortgages
Representing the first time it has surpassed the half-a-billion mark in issued terms, the growth has been further complemented with a 33 per cent rise in completions against last year

Tories could hit public sector workers with "regional pay" plan, says Nick Clegg

Nick Clegg
Deputy Prime Minister says he blocked controversial plan to pay workers in parts of the Midlands less than those in the south
The now-replaced Queensway tunnel sign, recognisable to thousands of drivers

Crumbled Birmingham Queensway tunnels sign could be recreated for university exhibition

Timber Queensway signs were removed from tunnels and replaced with new electronic warning billboards which can instantly alert drivers to a crash or hold up ahead

London & Cambridge Properties signs up latest tenant

Andrew Preston, industrial property manager with London & Cambridge Properties
Armorduct Systems consolidates four bases into a single space on Pensnett Estate in Kingswinford
The now-replaced Queensway tunnel sign, recognisable to thousands of drivers

Crumbled Birmingham Queensway tunnels sign could be recreated for university exhibition

Timber Queensway signs were removed from tunnels and replaced with new electronic warning billboards which can instantly alert drivers to a crash or hold up ahead

London & Cambridge Properties signs up latest tenant

Andrew Preston, industrial property manager with London & Cambridge Properties
Armorduct Systems consolidates four bases into a single space on Pensnett Estate in Kingswinford

Oppenheimer at The Swan Theatre review: 'dazzling and superbly re-imagined'

This deeply disturbing Tom Morton-Smith play is a jewel in the RSC's crown

Review: Roderick Williams at The Courtyard, Hereford

The baritone gave a stunning performance in front of a welcoming audience in Hereford

Review: Spanish Night by CBSO at Symphony Hall

Javier Perianes
You would expect a concert of Spanish music, in which the conductor and soloists were all from Spain, to rate high in authenticity – and to a large extent this one did.
Catherine Style, John Male, Managing Director, EFG; and Jennifer Morries, at the EFG Independent Financial Advisers reception held at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.

EFG holds annual reception for its clients at museum

EFG Independent Financial Advisers held its annual reception for clients, colleagues and intermediaries at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.

Warwickshire accountants host charity quiz night

Andrew Flynn, Burgis & Bullock; and William Clemmey, Chief Executive, Warwickshire Association of Youth Clubs.
Warwickshire-based accountancy firm Burgis & Bullock held its 10th annual quiz night at The Ricoh Arena in Coventry.

Birmingham Press Club's curry cook-off

Nand Ram, Richard McComb, Anita Sharma-James, Paul Fulford and Llewela Bailey take part in the Birmingham Press Club's first ever Curry Cook-Off Challenge at Jojolapa Restaurant in Birmingham.
Wednesbury-based KTC (Edibles) Ltd sponsored Birmingham Press Club's first ever Curry Cook-Off Challenge.
Ian Hyde, from Pinsent Masons, who has been appointed as a Judge of the First-tier Tribunal

Pinsent Masons' partner Ian Hyde to become tribunal judge

Ian Hyde will be a ‘fee-paid’ judge, meaning he will sit on a part time basis, and will take up the position later this yea

Mark Payton, chief executive of Mercia Technologies

Second deal for Mercia Technologies since AIM float

Warwickshire tech investor makes another investment after raising £70m from initial public offering

Black Country manufacturer creates jobs and expands factory with £900k funding

David Chance, relationship manager at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking (left), and Ray Andrews, managing director of Midtherm Flue Systems
Midtherm Flue Systems which installed plant at Burj Khalifa secures finance from Lloyds Bank and Regional Growth Fund

Cash raised from £307m NEC Group sale will be used on city council's equal pay claims

The NEC
The NEC Group, the arenas, conference and exhibition centres and linked companies have been sold to private equity firm LDC in a deal worth £307 million

Videos & Photos

John Madin's St James's House has been awarded Grade II listed status by English Heritage

John Madin building handed listed status

Land Rover Defender celebrations continue with the recreation of a 1948 production line at the Solihull plant

Defender visitor attraction opens at Land Rover's Solihull plant

Examples of Gothic brass handles similar to those used on Churchill's coffin at Newman Brothers Coffin Works

How Newman Brothers Coffin Works played a key role in Churchill's state funeral

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