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Redevelopment of John Madin building set for go ahead

104-106 Hagley Road could be given a new life as student accommodation

Underused 104-106 Halgey Road could be brought back to life as latest project targeting Birmingham's student population

Blended images show how decades have changed Birmingham

A blended image showing how Kings Heath High Street in Birmingham has changed over the years
Images created using digital  technology show how the region we live in today looked quite so different decades before

Jobs saved as JJ Engineering rescued from administration

John Faulkner and Anna Stevenson from Millennium Manufacturing Group
Almost 40 posts have been preserved after deal with Black Country-based Millennium Assemblies which now pledges to grown business

Wasps issues retail bond to become one of world's richest rugby clubs

Wasps have moved to Coventry's Ricoh Arena
The Coventry club is to launch a retail bond listed on the London Stock Exchange

Clive Reeves PR wins Colmore Food Festival brief

Clive Reeves, whose PR agency will promote the 2015 Colmore Food Festival, with Ann Tonks, director with restaurant group Opus, and Michele Wilby, executive director of Colmore Business District (seated)
City centre agency signed up to promote annual festival which will this year feature 25 bars and restaurants from business district

Bringing back Midland Bank would be right move, Birmingham historian claims

Midland Bank
Speculation is growing that the banking giant will re-name the new ring-fenced personal and business UK operation Midland Bank
Clive Reeves, whose PR agency will promote the 2015 Colmore Food Festival, with Ann Tonks, director with restaurant group Opus, and Michele Wilby, executive director of Colmore Business District (seated)

Clive Reeves PR wins Colmore Food Festival brief

City centre agency signed up to promote annual festival which will this year feature 25 bars and restaurants from business district

The name's Bond: Brummie Bond

John Clancy suggests a way of linking investment directly to positive assets in Birmingham such as housing, infrastructure and long-term venture capital investment
Clive Reeves, whose PR agency will promote the 2015 Colmore Food Festival, with Ann Tonks, director with restaurant group Opus, and Michele Wilby, executive director of Colmore Business District (seated)

Clive Reeves PR wins Colmore Food Festival brief

City centre agency signed up to promote annual festival which will this year feature 25 bars and restaurants from business district

Turner Prize winning artist Jeremy Deller: I'd rather have met William Morris than Andy Warhol

Conservation staff at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery working on 'The arming and departure of the knights of the round table on the quest for the Holy Grail'.
Jeremy Deller is curator of Love is Enough, an exhibition of William Morris and Andy Warhol at Birmingham's Gas Hall

Review: Elgar’s Cello Concerto by CBSO at Symphony Hall

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Edward Gardner
Originally billed as Edward Gardner's final appearance, this concert by the CBSO was outstanding
Dr David Hardman, Charlotte Crossley and Brian Donnelly.

Silicon Valley entrepreneur at Innovation Birmingham event

Innovation Birmingham held a keynote event with entrepreneur Brian Donnelly.

Historian speaks at Institute of Directors' dinner

Jason Wouhra, Chair, IoD West Midlands; Guest Speakers, Carl Chinn MBE, Alan Mullock, Toyota GB; Dr Mark Stanford, Faculty of Engineering Wolverhampton University.
Professor Carl Chinn MBE gave a talk at the Institute of Directors' Black Country Dinner at Dudley Zoological Gardens and Castle.

Investment Property Forum - Paradise explained

James Cubitt, Colliers International; Chris Darroch, Hermes Investment, Guest Speaker; Rob Groves, Argent, Guest Speaker.
The Investment Property Forum hosted a seminar to outline plans for the redevelopment of Paradise Circus.
John Faulkner and Anna Stevenson from Millennium Manufacturing Group

Jobs saved as JJ Engineering rescued from administration

Almost 40 posts have been preserved after deal with Black Country-based Millennium Assemblies which now pledges to grown business

Nailcote Hall expands thanks to Birmingham Post Growth Fund

Rick Cressman outside Nailcote Hall
Nailcote Hall in Berkswell survived an assault by Oliver Cromwell’s troops during the English Civil War and in recent decades has enjoyed a new lease of life as a luxury hotel, entertainment venue and the location of the Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship golf tournament

Black Country care home built with Barclays' backing

Barclays' Mark Mumford with Jim Lovell from Veronica House care home in Tipton
Veronica House, based on Leabrook Road in Tipton, is owned by James and Veronica Lovell, directors of Hunstone, and is managed by their daughter in-law Elaine with support of their sons David and Andrew

Videos & Photos

A blended image showing how Kings Heath High Street in Birmingham has changed over the years

Blended images show how decades have changed Birmingham

104-106 Hagley Road could be given a new life as student accommodation

Redevelopment of John Madin building set for go ahead

An artist impression of the Millington style home by Kendrick Homes.

Hundreds chase a dozen homes in exclusive Selly Oak development

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