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Great Charles Place goes back to the drawing board after city council decides new houses are needed more than new offices
Wealth management and employee benefits company Mattioli Woods has got a very good reason for sponsoring BPBA 2016
The Conservative peer and former council leader has been appointed chairman of new lobby group Made In The Midlands
New report suggests claimant numbers are falling across the city but levels remain higher than average compared with other 'core' cities
A report surfaced this week suggesting there is still much work to do for council bosses
Council leader John Clancy dismisses watchdog committee challenge to deal for Great Charles Street car park
Birmingham City Council leader to work with business improvement district on developing central commercial area
M&G Real Estate has confirmed work will continue on the £200 million Three Snowhill scheme
City's economic and development chief says the city will weather the storm created by the EU referendum
City leaders say investment shows Birmingham's confidence amid post-Brexit uncertainty
South Birmingham district 'cannot afford to be complacent' as other local centres also undergo regeneration
Freda Cocks will be remembered for her work on policies to clear the slums during the 1950s and 60s and construct new housing estates
Paul Dransfield among five West Midlands figures listed in Grant Thornton's inaugural 'Faces of a Vibrant Economy'
The Grade II listed former Royal Mail goods shed is now on the market, after Birmingham City Council approved the proposals for it to be turned into a luxurious 5,468 sq ft home.
When it comes to covering child protection services in Birmingham words like “failing”, “damning” and “struggling” have become so very familiar.
West Midlands Combined Authority will support Birmingham if city sports chief make 2026 Games bid
City Council director Waheed Nazir looks at the potential Birmingham has to offer as a destination for foreign investors
Housebuilding giant Redrow is expected to receive the go ahead for its long-running plan to redevelop former playing fields in upmarket Birmingham suburb
Calthorpe Estates to develop more than 300 bedrooms and help 150 homes and businesses with flood management scheme