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Prime Minister Theresa May speaking in Birmingham at the Qatar-UK Business and Investment Forum event

Qatari investors to explore Birmingham opportunities

Middle East business delegation join Prime Minister in the city to learn about new development and investment projects

MIPIM 2017: A step forward for Peddimore and Typhoo Wharf developments

Two major multi million pound Birmigham developments showcased at global real estate show

MIPIM 2017: How the Midlands sent a powerful message to global investors about its exciting future

Nearly 3,000 international delegates visited the Midlands UK pavilion during global real estate show MIPIM 2017

The new life sciences campus will count the QE Hospital among its neighbours

University of Birmingham agrees life sciences campus deal

Institute will lead development of a campus in Selly Oak which will conduct research and studies to bring new medical treatments to market

MIPIM 2017: How Smallbrook Queensway is set to be transformed

The south-eastern side of Smallbrook Queensway (SBQ), which stretches from the Bullring to Holloway Circus, is set for an exciting future

The Electric Cinema

The Electric calls for halt to advertising hoarding plan

Owner of historic cinema says lamp post is already impeding views and wants council to drop plans to attach a new ad board     

Video: New drone footage of Paradise development

Footage also shows how phase two of £500 million project will fit into the wider masterplan

£2.6m for vulnerable Birmingham firms following business rate revaluation

Councils are getting a share from the £300 million business rates discretionary fund unveiled by Chancellor Philip Hammond in his budget last week

Councillor John Clancy, Leader, Birmingham City Council; Johnathan Dudley, Midlands Managing Partner, Crowe Clark Whitehill.

Reception celebrates enterprising city's award

Celebrating Birmingham's award as the “Most Enterprising Place in Britain” in the 2016 Enterprising Britain Awards

CGI of the new Maker Wharf building

Innovation Birmingham reveals latest development plans

Maker Wharf will be a home to fabrication and prototyping facility and will sit next to iCentrum complex

David Hillan, Practice Leader, Grant Thornton; Bob Sleigh, OBE, Guest Speaker and Chairman, West Midlands Combined Authority.

Grant Thornton gathering sets sights on a more vibrant regional economy

Leaders and influencers gathered at Grant Thornton's West Midlands Inquiry to discuss how to work together for a greater West Midlands

Innovation Birmingham Campus is set to almost double by 2020

Innovation Birmingham on hunt for backers to continue expansion

Investment-for-equity bid from campus as it seeks new financial support to almost double the size of technology park

A national restaurant chain is eyeing the former Ted Baker store in New Street

Former Ted Baker store to become new restaurant

Unnamed national restaurant chain is eyeing New Street unit which has attracted 'no serious interest' from retailers since fashion chain moved out

CGI of One Axis Square which has received the green light

Birmingham's backing for Axis Square redevelopment

New office block and a public square next to the Mailbox are warmly welcomed by city council's planning committee

BAM wins brief to develop second Paradise building

Construction group behind Beorma Quarter and Three Snowhill will lead development of Two Chamberlain Square

Sir Peter Horton

Rich List 2017: No.29 - Peter Horton and family

Deputy Chairman of Hortons' Estate has seen his fortune increase by £0 million while dropping three places on the Rich List

Anthony Coombs

Rich List 2017: No.=30 - Anthony and Graham Coombs and family

The family behind credit business S&U is a new entry on the Rich List with a £150 million fortune

Simon Kimberley, WM Housing Group; Scott Black, Crest Nicholson; Councillor John Clancy, Birmingham City Council.

Final phase of Park Central scheme begins

Representatives gather at Park Central to mark the first brick being laid in the final phase of Park Central

Edward Gardner brings his new orchestra to Birmingham

Christopher Morley talks to conductor Edward Gardner in Norway ahead of his return to the Symphony Hall

More delays to the University of Birmingham's new £55m sport centre were announced in December

Review of 2016 - December: £55m sport centre delayed, overhaul for art gallery and German bierkeller in Broad Street

The University of Birmingham's new swimming pool and sport centre was beset by even more delays during December while a city art gallery was poised for a major renovation programme

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