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New houses coming to Stirchley

City planning chiefs expected to approve development of new housing estate on a site which became embroiled in a long-running supermarket wars

Birmingham City Council director Waheed Nazir

Comment: Partnerships are pathway to transformational change

Birmingham City Council's planning director Waheed Nazir explains the importance of partnerships between private companies and public bodies in moving the city forward

A new bar will open in the Bismillah Building

Green light for another Jewellery Quarter bar

City planners back regeneration of vacant unit despite protests from housing association residents living above the unit

A Living Wage is good for business

Unision regional secretary says businesses have seen productivity and turnover improvements after paying the Living Wage

Give us control of the purse strings

Unless mayor can raise and spend money, devolution will remain a way for Govenment to pass down responsibility for decisions, pass the buck, without  handing over any real power

CGI of plans for more than 200 new apartments in the Jewellery Quarter

£45m Jewellery Quarter deal paves way for 230 apartments

Spitfire and IM team up to develop vacant land in Newhall Street to create new flats and public space

11 Farquhar Road, Edgbaston, has a guide price of between £1.25m-£1.3m.

Plenty of properties to bid for in the West Midlands

The latest auction includes an eclectic spread - from great potential to amazing bargains

Artist's impression, CGI of plans to revamp Snow Hill Square outside Snow Hill station in Birmingham city centre.

£10m scheme for city’s Snow Hill gateway unveiled

Snow Hill Square is set to be completely redesigned to greatly improve one of the city's main gateways for visitors arriving at the famous railway station.

A budget cuts protest in Victoria Square.

City leadership needs to get a grip

The city council faces a massive financial crisis, meanwhile an unlikely figure has turned up to cheer on Jeremy Corbyn

Vélo Birmingham: Businesses urged to join city's exciting new cycling event

Check out full details of Vélo Birmingham officially launching at the Cycle Show at the NEC today (Thursday, 22 September)

Me and my shadow: a digger still at work on land next to the new Austin Park in Longbridge

Help us unlock the region's land for development and job creation plea

The West Midlands Land Commission (WMLC), made up of UK property experts is on a mission to locate and unlock the region's available sites for development

IKEA Birmingham reveals why it wants to be a good neighbour to you

Leading furniture, appliance and accessories retailer tells of its strong community spirit

Demolition of Birmingham Wholesale Markets is set to start in March

Wholesale Markets demolition draws closer

City council planning chiefs due to approve project to start bringing down historic market to make way for £500m 'Smithfield' redevelopment

Sophia Hayes

Inspirational Magazine reveals its reasons for backing BPBA 2016

Luxury lifestyle publication Inspirational Magazine is proud to sponsor this year's Birmingham Post Business Awards

Development on Ludgate Hill Car Park has been planned for years

New vision for Jewellery Quarter 'bomb site' development

Great Charles Place goes back to the drawing board after city council decides new houses are needed more than new offices

Ian Mattioli

Why award-winning Mattioli Woods is backing BPBA 2016

Wealth management and employee benefits company Mattioli Woods has got a very good reason for sponsoring BPBA 2016

Lord Whitby

Lord Whitby tells Midlands manufacturers 'world is our oyster' after Brexit

The Conservative peer and former council leader has been appointed chairman of new lobby group Made In The Midlands

Sharp drop in Birmingham's youth unemployment

New report suggests claimant numbers are falling across the city but levels remain higher than average compared with other 'core' cities

Backbenchers and junior officials still feeling unloved and out of the loop in Birmingham City Council's brave new world

A report surfaced this week suggesting there is still much work to do for council bosses

Go-ahead for Birmingham development councillors argued was a poor deal for taxpayers

Council leader John Clancy dismisses watchdog committee challenge to deal for Great Charles Street car park

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