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Library of Birmingham cuts are an embarrassment, writers claim

Library of Birmingham

In a letter published this week in the Birmingham Post, the Guild calls on citizens and arts and culture organisations across the region to demand funding is reinstated

Great Charles Street Estate sells to open up regeneration opportunity

How the Great Charles Street Estate looks today
Dunedin Property Asset Management and Angelo Gordon have bought seven prominent buildings in Birmingham city centre

Birmingham's Hidden Spaces: Inside reborn Grand Hotel

Ballroom at the Grand Hotel
Vision to breathe new life into hotel and civic centrepiece in Colmore Row is slowly taking shape

Defence secretary: Birmingham law firm's claims of Iraqi torture are 'baseless"

Michael Fallon
Public Interest Lawyers is representing some “extremely serious” claims made about the British military

Birmingham biking boost as Raleigh chosen to supply 5,000 cycles

Coun Lisa Tickett (Birmingham City Council) and Phil Woodward (Raleigh)
Raleigh has been awarded a contract to supply 5,000 bikes to Birmingham City Council – and 3,000 will be given away to those keen to cycle but unable to afford it

Planners liken new Birmingham Conservatoire to a cheese-grater and Oxo cube

Despite some criticism of the design the council’s planning committee gave their full backing to the £40 million relocation of the music school to Eastside
Library of Birmingham

Library of Birmingham cuts are an embarrassment, writers claim

In a letter published this week in the Birmingham Post, the Guild calls on citizens and arts and culture organisations across the region to demand funding is reinstated

Mazars advises Proteus Software on sale to Sanderson Group

Mazars' Nick Johnson
Proteus, which is based on Solihull Parkway at Birmingham Business Park, was acquired by the Coventry-based software and IT services business
Melvyn Lees, Kate Bellingham and Philip Singleton, at the launch of the Young Innovator of the Year prize at Millennium Point, Birmingham.

Eastside's Millennium Point Trust launches Young Innovator Prize initiative

Eastside's Millennium Point Trust has officially launched its brand new Young Innovator Prize initiative.

Library of Birmingham cuts are an embarrassment, writers claim

Library of Birmingham
In a letter published this week in the Birmingham Post, the Guild calls on citizens and arts and culture organisations across the region to demand funding is reinstated
New Art West Midlands: Alexandra Darby, Chrysophobia #1 (2014)

New Art West Midlands: Best emerging artists get chance to exhibit at major galleries again

Visitors will see painting, sculpture, photography, performance, installation and video works from 30 of the West Midlands’ most promising artists

Review: Aladdin at Malvern Festival Theatres

Malvern's  feel-good panto has energy galore and guaranteed to raise your Christmas spirits.

Review: First and Last by Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra at
Elgar Concert Hall, Birmingham

Forget clinical professionalism, there’s nothing to beat a warts-and-all amateur performance delivered with total commitment – and this BPO concert had it in spades.
Melvyn Lees, Kate Bellingham and Philip Singleton, at the launch of the Young Innovator of the Year prize at Millennium Point, Birmingham.

Eastside's Millennium Point Trust launches Young Innovator Prize initiative

Eastside's Millennium Point Trust has officially launched its brand new Young Innovator Prize initiative.

Property future discussed at Band Hatton buffet

Nick Button, Sean Bryne, Haydn Jones, Jonathon Wilby, Philip Costigan, Partners at Band Hatton Button, at the annual Band Hatton Button Commercial Property Buffet at St Mary's Guildhall in Coventry.
The annual Band Hatton Button Commercial Property Buffet was held at St Mary's Guildhall in Coventry.

The Opus family dishes up Birmingham bar with a difference

Irene Allen, Opus Director: Glynn Purnell, Ann Tonks, Opus Director, attended Bar Opus' pre opening event at One Snowhill.
Bar Opus at the foot of Colmore Row's iconic One Snowhill building, opened its doors to the public.

Pre-Christmas exit as IMI winds down Witton base

Historic manufacturing group brings to a close more than 150 years of industrial heritage at Birmingham base

Orbis advises on sale of TMAT to Blachford Incorporated

Chris Gregory, partner at Orbis
TMAT, based in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, designs, engineers and manufactures acoustic components for industrial and agricultural vehicles

Mysterious twist in Birmingham City ownership riddle

Birmingham City FC
Rumours abound that new shareholder who owns 16 per cent of the club is Carson Yeung's common-law partner

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Melvyn Lees, Kate Bellingham and Philip Singleton, at the launch of the Young Innovator of the Year prize at Millennium Point, Birmingham.

Eastside's Millennium Point Trust launches Young Innovator Prize initiative

Library of Birmingham

Library of Birmingham cuts are an embarrassment, writers claim

How the Great Charles Street Estate looks today

Great Charles Street Estate sells to open up regeneration opportunity

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