Stacey Barnfield , editor of the Birmingham Post, lauds the growing profile of the city’s skyline and its ambitious architectural plans that match a growing international status.
Already 80 per cent of floor space at the Grand Central shopping centre above the regenerated New Street Station has been taken
Birmingham will take more delegates than ever to next year’s MIPIM conference – highlighting growing confidence in infrastructure projects.
A planning application is being prepared for the first building in Birmingham’s £35 million Digital Plaza development.
Work has restarted at a stalled £400 million Birmingham city centre scheme designed to echo the urban styles of New York and Paris.
Construction work has started at the largest underground building site in Birmingham for a six-storey underground car park called B4.
The £450 million transformation of Birmingham’s Paradise Circus site will create a ‘new beating heart’ for the city centre it has been claimed.
The seven-storey 538,000 sq ft Resorts World Birmingham leisure complex, next to the LG Arena, is due to open in early 2015.
‘The Village’ in Edgbaston is an ambitious blueprint to create what has been described by Calthorpe Estates.
The property arm of RBS has submitted a planning application for a new £40 million office tower in Birmingham’s business district.
Proposals for the first phase of a £160 million mixed use development in the Jewellery Quarter have been given the green light.
Plans for a new mixed use development in Birmingham city centre have passed their first hurdle.
Interest from a hotel operator could be the lifeline needed to kickstart a £150 million Digbeth regeneration scheme.
Birmingham firm Urban Coffee Company has become the first to sign up to a major development bringing a landmark city building back to life.
£50 million is to be invested in the Mailbox to improve facilities and attract more customers.
Ambitious plans are being drawn up to turn Snow Hill Station’s dreary car park into one of the city’s largest office complexes.
James Howarth, of developer Sterling Property Ventures, said he had been considering Great Charles Street for many years
Plans have been unveiled for a new 14-storey office block in Birmingham city centre.
A Birmingham university’s £180 million move to the city centre continues apace with the construction of a second new building in Eastside.
Irish developer Ballymore has presented blueprints to Birmingham City Council to build a 15-storey commercial development at Three Snowhill.