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Law firms Shakespeares and SGH Martineau will merge in June

Emma Shipp and Andy Raynor of Shakespeare Martineau

The new firm, which will have a combined turnover of £75 million and employ 900 people, will be known as Shakespeare Martineau

Calls to reject Broad Street hotel and apartment project

CGI of the Left Bank development looking up Oozells Way towards Broad Street
City councillors urged to knock back Regal's plan for new development in centre of Birmingham's busiest area for bars and nightclubs over fears residents will find it too noisy

Pershore Weir Hydro Station wins Institution of Civil Engineers award

Pershore Weir Hydro Station
Green energy plant in Worcestershire crowned region's best while Birmingham Airport runway extension and the restoration of Waterstones also win awards

Digital Academy to host summer school

Raj Mack, head of Digital Birmingham
Companies urged to sign up to free two-day seminar run by Greater Birmingham Digital Academy which will focus on themes of data, marketing and growth

Landmark Three Snowhill scheme set for go-ahead

Dusk CGI looking towards Colmore business district shows new building in situ with One and Two Snowhill and Colmore Gate in the background
The scheme, which will complete the Snowhill development triumvirate, will go before Birmingham City Council’s planning department

Centenary Square designs displayed at Library of Birmingham

A CGI of Broadway Malyan's proposal for changing Centenary Square
Final quintet of plans chosen from almost 200 entries will be open to public scrutiny ahead of final decision by judging panel
Emma Shipp and Andy Raynor of Shakespeare Martineau

Law firms Shakespeares and SGH Martineau will merge in June

The new firm, which will have a combined turnover of £75 million and employ 900 people, will be known as Shakespeare Martineau

Itihaas creates own craft beer with Lion Heart brewery

Raj Rana, founder of Itihaas Restaurant
Raj Rana, managing director of Itihaas Group, joined forces with the Lion Heart brewery in Coventry, and the partnership has resulted in Sambha IPA
CGI of the Left Bank development looking up Oozells Way towards Broad Street

Calls to reject Broad Street hotel and apartment project

City councillors urged to knock back Regal's plan for new development in centre of Birmingham's busiest area for bars and nightclubs over fears residents will find it too noisy

Pershore Weir Hydro Station wins Institution of Civil Engineers award

Pershore Weir Hydro Station was named overall winner at the 2015 ICE West Midlands Awards
Green energy plant in Worcestershire crowned region's best while Birmingham Airport runway extension and the restoration of Waterstones also win awards
Birmingham street art by Gent48

City of Colours festival launches Kickstarter campaign

Team behind popular street art event is hoping to raise £15,000 to put towards running costs of festival in Digbeth which last year attracted 9,000 people

Museums at Night events you can visit in Birmingham and beyond

Coffin Works, Black Country Museum and Herbert Art Gallery are among the venues taking part in this annual event until May 16, 2015

Festival of English wine coming to Birmingham

Vines at Halfpenny Green Vineyard, Stourbridge, one of many vineyards in the Midlands
English Wine Takeover is the first dedicated domestic wine event to take place in the Midlands and aims to increase awareness of a fast-growing industry
1st place award winners Kevin Mann and Matthew Holden-Jones with Jamie Rodden from Sheridan Maine (left) and Debbie Cant, at the Birmingham Post Golf Day at Blackwell Golf Club sponsored by Sheridan Maine

Rain fails to dampen the annual Birmingham Post Corporate Pairs Challenge

The annual Birmingham Post Corporate Pairs Challenge, in association with Sheridan Maine, took place at Blackwell Golf Club.

Gallery: After the awards at BYPY 2015

2015 BYPY committee
Take a look to see if you were captured in our specially created frame in association with The Mailbox

Gallery: Guests arrive for BYPY 2015

The finalists on stage ahead of BYPY 2015
Pre-dinner drinks are being held at the ICC tonight ahead of the 15th BYPY to celebrate Birmingham's business stars
Emma Shipp and Andy Raynor of Shakespeare Martineau

Law firms Shakespeares and SGH Martineau will merge in June

The new firm, which will have a combined turnover of £75 million and employ 900 people, will be known as Shakespeare Martineau

Itihaas creates own craft beer with Lion Heart brewery

Raj Rana, founder of Itihaas Restaurant
Raj Rana, managing director of Itihaas Group, joined forces with the Lion Heart brewery in Coventry, and the partnership has resulted in Sambha IPA

Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co wins Fujitsu brief

Law firm's appointment puts a further pension arrangement operated by the UK subsidiary of Japanese company under its legal guidance
Emma Shipp and Andy Raynor of Shakespeare Martineau

Law firms Shakespeares and SGH Martineau will merge in June

The new firm, which will have a combined turnover of £75 million and employ 900 people, will be known as Shakespeare Martineau

City of Colours festival launches Kickstarter campaign

Birmingham street art by Gent48
Team behind popular street art event is hoping to raise £15,000 to put towards running costs of festival in Digbeth which last year attracted 9,000 people

Zest's growth plans backed by Positive Cashflow Finance

Brad Johnson, managing director at Zest Education
Zest was set-up by managing director Brad Johnson, who has more than 10 years’ experience in the education recruitment sector

Videos & Photos

The Owls Nest in Belbroughton Road, Clent

Monochrome, modern look from this bungalow in the Clent countryside

CGI of the Left Bank development looking up Oozells Way towards Broad Street

Calls to reject Broad Street hotel and apartment project

Pershore Weir Hydro Station was named overall winner at the 2015 ICE West Midlands Awards

Pershore Weir Hydro Station wins Institution of Civil Engineers award

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