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Birmingham Post Rich List

Birmingham Post Rich List 2015 lunch held at the Hyatt Hotel on Birmingham's Broad Street.

Birmingham Post Rich List lunch

Business people got the opportunity to grill Ian Strachan, the compiler of the Birmingham Post Rich List, at the launch at the Hyatt Regency.

Sharon Osbourne is at No.28 on the 2015 Post Rich List with husband Ozzy

Rich List 2015: Lack of women leaves wealthy club all the poorer

There are no independently-wealthy females on the 2015 Birmingham Post Rich List – an “unacceptable” position according to business and community leaders.

Lord Bamford

Rich List 2015: No.1 - Anthony Bamford & family

Baron Bamford has spent more than 50 years at JCB, and 2015 marks his 40th year as chairman.

Lord Swraj Paul of Marylebone

Rich List 2015: No.2 - Lord Paul of Marylebone & family

Lord Paul of Marylebone is a strict vegetarian who lives by simple Hindu principles and encourages his employees to show integrity and respect.

Jacques Gaston Murray

Rich List 2015: No.3 - Jacques Gaston Murray & family

When France surrendered to Germany, Jacques Gaston Murray made his way to England where he joined the RAF, flying 38 missions as a navigator.

Birmingham's Hidden Spaces

The Christopher Wray building in Bartholomew Row, Birmingham City Centre. exclusive

£15m redevelopment plans for Christopher Wray complex

Old lighting factory which dates back to the early 1700s set to be reborn as student tower with bars and restaurants

The former Birmingham Municipal Savings Bank on Broad Street

Hidden Spaces exhibition launches at former Municipal Bank

Event welcomes 150 to bank building Broad Street as free exhibition runs all this week's featuring photos of Birmingham's rich architectural heritage

The former Birmingham Municipal Savings Bank on Broad Street.

Hidden Spaces: Birmingham Municipal Bank photography exhibition to open to public

Exhibition is culmination of the Hidden Spaces ‘Unlocked 2015’ programme of events

The Electric Cinema in Birmingham - one of many 'Hidden Spaces' around the city

Video: Hidden Spaces events launched at Electric cinema

Short film showcases some of the buildings which will feature in a month-long programme of events taking a look behind some of Birmingham's neglected places

The Birmingham Post Hidden Spaces

Hidden Spaces quiz: How much do you know about our featured Birmingham buildings?

Answer our ten questions to see how much you know about Birmingham's architecture and the Hidden Spaces project

Paradise Birmingham

Map of new traffic flow which starts on August 2 for Paradise project

New Paradise roadworks start this weekend

Latest changes to roads and traffic flow start on Sunday as £500m Paradise project ploughs on

CGI of the new Birmingham Conservatoire looking west along Jennens Road

Galliford Try to develop Birmingham Conservatoire

Construction group which led the £32m Edgbaston Stadium extension will lead £46m project to build a new conservatoire

Carillion project manager Nick Reay (left) with Ross Folley, regional manager of Lucion Environmental

Lucion Environmental wins Central Library demolition brief

Black Country environmental services firm carrying out asbestos surveying on John Madin's doomed library

Mechu in Summer Row is among the venues set to benefit from new investment

New future for Summer Row bars after fresh investment

Founder and managing director leaves owner of Mechu, Fleet Street Kitchen and  Après as new faces and capital brought in to spearhead next chapter of city bar group

CGI of public realm outside Two Chamberlain Square

Pictures: New images of Paradise office buildings

Newly released CGIs and renders show how the first phases of the £500 million Paradise development will look around Chamberlain Square

Colmore Row

CGI of Temple Court which is being renovated by Legal & General after it acquired the building last year

Legal & General plans major renovation for old Lewis's building

Property arm of finance group acquired landmark site in Bull Street last year and will add a seventh floor alongside massive internal refurbishment

Lucy Porter, Lotty Harper Events; Satish Jakhu, Rubric Lois King; Mollie Wilson, Lotty Harper Events, at Rubric Lois King's Wimbledon-themed summer party

Rubric Lois King host Wimbledon-themed summer party

Edgbaston-based solicitors Rubric Lois King hosted a Wimbledon-themed summer party for all their clients at their offices

Emma Shipp and Andy Raynor of Shakespeare Martineau

Axe hangs over lawyers as Shakespeare Martineau plans 45 job cuts

It is understood the cull will largely be focused on the business support group but is also expected to see some fee earners leave

Lisa Barge (Head of Litigation), Kirsty White (Fundraiser from NSPCC), David Beswick (Senior Office Partner), Elli Sandbach and Frances O'Neill at Eversheds LLP's Treasure Hunt, held to raise money for the NSPCC.

Law firm unearths some treasure for children's charity

The Birmingham office of Eversheds LLP hosted a treasure hunt to support and raise money for the NSPCC

Andrew Whitehead, Shakespeare Martineau

Shakespeare Martineau reappointed to National Grid panel

Following competitive tender process, a 20-strong team of lawyers based in firm's Birmingham, Stratford and London offices will support the utility company on specialist gas and electricity legal work


2015 BYPY committee

Gallery: After the awards at BYPY 2015

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

BYPY 2015 winner Katie Kershaw with (from left) host Rachel Riley, Sue Gee from headline sponsor Chiltern Railway and chairman of the judging panel Paul Kehoe

BYPY crowns Katie Kershaw 2015 winner

Judges say Katie Kershaw from Node Urban Design truly embodied what they were looking for and will inspire Birmingham's young professionals

The finalists on stage ahead of BYPY 2015

Gallery: Guests arrive for BYPY 2015

Pre-dinner drinks are being held at the ICC tonight ahead of the 15th BYPY to celebrate Birmingham's business stars

Charlotte Watkivs, Birmingham City University

BYPY 2015: Charlotte Watkivs, Birmingham City University

Graduate trainee Charlotte Watkivs takes our final Q&A ahead of tonight's 2015 Birmingham Young Professional of the Year

Lewis Sinclair Parry, Aston University Business School

BYPY 2015: Lewis Sinclair Parry, Aston University

Our penultimate 2015 Birmingham Young Professional of the Year finalist takes on the Q&A