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9,000 Midland house plots 'sat on' by Homes and Communities Agency

An artist's impression of the proposed Icknield Port Loop development near Edgbaston Reservoir

The agency has 1,500 acres of public sector land across the country, of which 596 acres are in the Midlands

FSB Small Business Expo heading to ICC Birmingham

The ICC in Birmingham
More than 2,000 people are expected at the business event, along with a host of leading politicians from the three main political parties

Abortion law on sex selection splits Midland MPs

Proposed laws making it clear that it is illegal to have an abortion because of the sex of the potential child were backed by a number of MPs

BBC Midlands fair share campaign backed by production industry

BBC in Birmingham
Senior industry figures say the television production sector in Birmingham has been crushed with BBC investment largely focused on all regions but the Midlands

Pictures: Birmingham canals blighted by rubbish, syringes and oil slicks

Post reader James Leyshon's photos show scenes which would likely put off visitors

Business support is 'too complex for firms to access

Adrian Bailey
With more than 600 schemes designed to support business, firms struggle with the range of different organisations and measures
An artist's impression of the proposed Icknield Port Loop development near Edgbaston Reservoir

9,000 Midland house plots 'sat on' by Homes and Communities Agency

The agency has 1,500 acres of public sector land across the country, of which 596 acres are in the Midlands

Goodfish acquires Powell & Harber thanks to Finance Birmingham funding deal

Ian Fairclough (Finance Birmingham), Nigel Tipple (Goodfish), Greg McDonald (Goodfish)
Based in Cannock, Goodfish employs 30 people and has clients in markets including the USA, Ireland, Portugal, Hungary and Poland as well as the UK

Abortion law on sex selection splits Midland MPs

Proposed laws making it clear that it is illegal to have an abortion because of the sex of the potential child were backed by a number of MPs

Pictures: Birmingham canals blighted by rubbish, syringes and oil slicks

Post reader James Leyshon's photos show scenes which would likely put off visitors

Review: Birmingham Royal Ballet's Coppelia at Birmingham Hippodrome is delectable

Birmingham Royal Ballet excelled with this production of Coppelia

Panel to decide on £2m public artwork for Birmingham

The Parkside Building sitting comfortably next to Millennium Point in Eastside
The formation of the selection panel is the latest stage of the Birmingham Big Art Project (BBAP), which is aiming to raise £2 million to create an iconic piece of permanent public art for the city.

Three-day Birmingham food festival will be in very best taste

Glynn Purnell
The three-day Foodies Festival will bring pop-up restaurants, a street food market and demonstrations from some of the city's top chefs to Cannon Hill Park in May.
John Painter and Phil Taylor at the Resource Efficiency Forum.

Support for businesses using renewable energy

Law firm mfg Solicitors and Herefordshire & Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce recently held the first of their Resource Efficiency Forums.

Birmingham Post Rich List lunch

Birmingham Post Rich List 2015 lunch held at the Hyatt Hotel on Birmingham's Broad Street.
Business people got the opportunity to grill Ian Strachan, the compiler of the Birmingham Post Rich List, at the launch at the Hyatt Regency.

DTZ hosts Outlook 2015 event

Robin Lovell, Fergus Hicks, David Tonks, Simon Lloyd, Jon Leedham and Ben Clarke at the DTZ Networking and Property Research Presentation at Austin Court, Birmingham.
Global real estate services firm DTZ welcomed more than 130 property professionals to Austin Court in Birmingham city centre to hear the latest research findings of its Outlook 2015 research.
Katherine Kennedy

Family law organisation Resolution calls for changes to divorce and separation laws

Katherine Kennedy, an associate at the Birmingham office of law firm Mills & Reeve, said: “Divorce can be one of the most traumatic life events a family can go through, and we all have a responsibility to ensure it’s dealt with in a way that minimises conflict

Hogarths Stone Manor near Kidderminster which has been acquired by Helena and Andy Hogarth

Stone Manor Hotel under new ownership

Couple behind Hogarths Hotel & Restaurant in Solihull have acquired their second property

Foreign currency markets hit GKN's profit

Worcestershire engineering group remains upbeat despite pre-tax profits halving

Real Estate Investors buys Great Charles Street property

Great Charles Street Queensway
Deal by Paul Bassi's firm follows a host of activity on the street set to be transformed in the Snow Hill Masterplan

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An artist's impression of the proposed Icknield Port Loop development near Edgbaston Reservoir

9,000 Midland house plots 'sat on' by Homes and Communities Agency

John Painter and Phil Taylor at the Resource Efficiency Forum.

Support for businesses using renewable energy

The ICC in Birmingham

FSB Small Business Expo heading to ICC Birmingham

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