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Stirchley, Cotteridge and Bournville firms narrowly reject business improvement district

The creation of Birmingham's 12th BID flounders on 52 per cent 'no' vote

Christopher Wray developer urged to scale back 15-storey plan

Fears have been aired the Christopher Wray building could be overshadowed by a proposed 15-storey tour
Conservation and heritage panel says the size of the proposed tower on mixed-use development would over shadow historic factory

Beorma Quarter apart-hotel Adagio announces opening

Launch date confirmed for completion of new apart-hotel as one of city's longest-running property sagas finally bears some fruit

City Arcade to house new craft beer café

City Arcade where a new craft beer and coffee bar could be opening soon
New company plans to open 'Tilt' in Grade II* listed precinct and hopes to breathe a bit of life into partially vacant centre

New mental health app offers young people help

Apps created by Birmingham clinicians and young people to tackle mental health problems
Young people and medical experts in Birmingham have created mobile apps which they claim could be a key tool in helping people with mental health problems.

Birmingham Labour councillors defy Sir Albert as they fight to hang on

Sir Albert Bore
Party's councillors challenge authority's leader in bid to halt cut in their own numbers
Bournville is one of the shopping areas which would have been served by the BID

Stirchley, Cotteridge and Bournville firms narrowly reject business improvement district

The creation of Birmingham's 12th BID flounders on 52 per cent 'no' vote

Beorma Quarter apart-hotel Adagio announces opening

New Adagio apart-hotel in Digbeth
Launch date confirmed for completion of new apart-hotel as one of city's longest-running property sagas finally bears some fruit
Library of Birmingham

Library of Birmingham's Google inspired revival shows how partnerships can save services

Deals with Google and Brasshouse show council can overcome cuts with partners says library chief Penny Holbrook

Christopher Wray developer urged to scale back 15-storey plan

Fears have been aired the Christopher Wray building could be overshadowed by a proposed 15-storey tour
Conservation and heritage panel says the size of the proposed tower on mixed-use development would over shadow historic factory
National Youth Orchestra of Wales

Review: National Youth Orchestra of Wales at Hereford Cathedral

We began here with Dukas' ineffably gorgeous La Peri, opening with sturdily fanfaring brass before strings danced and swooned through a sequence of variations on one of the most seductive melodies ever penned.

Birmingham Harvey Nichols opening boosts city retail scene

The new look Harvey Nichols store in Birmingham
The store opens to the public on Friday, July 31, and the Post's photographers have been in to capture it

Review: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon

The Royal Shakespeare Theater in Stratford-upon-Avon.
This mixture of Mendelssohn's music for A Midsummer Night's Dream and the play itself, proved to be highly successful, giving us a sense at the fall of the curtain that Shakespeare's play had been a gratifying experience.
Jackie Lee, Andrea Law, Sarah Darby, Emma Piff, Beenita Patel, Teresa Mannion, Alsters Kelley.

Ladies step out on charity fashion night

Alsters Kelley LLP in conjunction with Ladies First hosted a charity fashion show held at Coombe Abbey.

Centro hosts transport conference

Dr Chris Moody, Dr David Hardman and Geoff Inskip.
Centro held its second annual West Midlands Intelligent Mobility Conference at Etc Venues on Corporation Street.

Law firm Kerwoods host summer BBQ

Jan Thompson, Kerwoods; Ken Jubb, Delphine Powell.
Law firm Kerwoods Solicitors held a summer barbecue for professional colleagues, clients and intermediaries at Redditch Golf Club.
Jackie Lee, Andrea Law, Sarah Darby, Emma Piff, Beenita Patel, Teresa Mannion, Alsters Kelley.

Ladies step out on charity fashion night

Alsters Kelley LLP in conjunction with Ladies First hosted a charity fashion show held at Coombe Abbey.

Centro hosts transport conference

Dr Chris Moody, Dr David Hardman and Geoff Inskip.
Centro held its second annual West Midlands Intelligent Mobility Conference at Etc Venues on Corporation Street.

NatWest Tower demolition set for green light

The old home of NatWest Bank at 103 Colmore Row could soon be demolished
City planners finally expected to approve the end of John Madin's 41-year-old tower which has sat vacant since 2003 and construction of its 26-storey replacement
Spearhead collect their Entrepreneurial Spark Pitching Competition prize

Entrepreneurial Spark start-ups rewarded

The gongs are organised by the business Hatchery, Entrepreneurial Spark, powered by NatWest, and partner KPMG

Top Banana secures Whitbread client win

Premier Inn's owner Whitbread has recruited Top Banana to help with events
Black Country event specialist joins a roster of clients which includes Barclaycard, Primark and Barcardi

Mitchells & Butlers' headquarters sold for £69.5m

Mitchells & Butlers HQ in Fleet Street has been sold for £69.5m
Fleet Street offices and nearby Ibis Styles Hotel sold in deal to Legal & General Property

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New Adagio apart-hotel in Digbeth

Beorma Quarter apart-hotel Adagio announces opening

Fears have been aired the Christopher Wray building could be overshadowed by a proposed 15-storey tour

Christopher Wray developer urged to scale back 15-storey plan

Jackie Lee, Andrea Law, Sarah Darby, Emma Piff, Beenita Patel, Teresa Mannion, Alsters Kelley.

Ladies step out on charity fashion night

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