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Broad Street's finest businesses and staff have been celebrated at the tenth BOBs

Del Villaggio and Café Opus named among Best of Broad Street

Restaurants, bars and staff all recognised in tenth annual celebration of the businesses in and around famous city street

Jeff Lynne performs on Children in Need Rocks 2013

Rich List 2015: No.49 - Jeff Lynne

In 1970 he joined The Move with fellow Midland rockers Roy Wood and Bev Bevan, and they went on to form The Electric Light Orchestra. Roy Wood left in 1972 leaving Jeff Lynne as the band's creative force.

Amy Burton, Baker Tilly; John Parry, Jobson James; Indi Sidhu, Knight Frank; and Graeme MacDougall, Jobson James, took part in the third Big Brum inter-professional quiz, which was held at the Revolution Bar on Broad Street, Birmingham.

The Big Brum inter-professional quiz raises £1,700 for charity

The third Big Brum inter-professional quiz which took place recently at the Revolution Bar on Broad Street, raised £1,700 for the Brain Tumour Charity.

Birmingham micro sculptor Willard Wigan hopes to create micro Madame Tussauds inside Library of Birmingham

The artist, whose exhibition Through The Eye of a Needle opens at the Library of Birmingham, hopes to do more to help the troubled building

View from Summer Row towards Central Library and Paradise Circus Queensway

Birmingham commuters hit by road closures as Paradise Circus work begins

The work will affect the Paradise Circus Queensway junctions with Broad Street, Sand Pits and Summer Row

Plans were lodged in December for 'Left Bank', a two-tower development in Broad Street

Review of 2014 - December: Revised Regal Tower, 'Muncher' at New Street and  Conservatoire designs

The site which was once going to house the massive Regal Tower in Broad Street could still be redeveloped while Birmingham City University unveiled new CGIs of the  Conservatoire - prompting massive debate among readers

Ben Davidson, Rai Singh, Claire Newbold and Lynne Lang attend the Phoenix networking lunch at Pushkar Indian restaurant on Broad Street.

Record number of business professionals turn out for Phoenix Networking Lunch

Business professionals attended the Phoenix Networking Lunch at fine dining Indian restaurant Pushkar Cocktail Bar & Dining, on Broad Street in Birmingham.

Launch of the Land Rover Discovery Sport was a popular story in September

Review of 2014 - September: Freelander replacement, Newman Brothers nears completion and 'monstrous' house extension

Land Rover unveiled its replacement for the much-loved Freelander in September while readers were left open mouthed at an astonishing house extension in Moseley which left two properties sharing a gutter

An artists' impression of Resorts World Birmingham at night

Review of 2014 - May: Cineworld at Resorts World, Arena Central lodges plans and £20m Selfridges revamp

As the weather turned nice, property and leisure took centre stage as Selfridges announced a major overhaul and the first plans were submitted for the £400m Arena Central development

The Roundhouse near Brindleyplace, in Birmingham.

Birmingham's Hidden Spaces: Roundhouse serves reminder of canal network's heritage

Building constructed by Corporation of Birmingham was a mineral and coal wharf for the railway

CGI of the Left Bank development looking down Broad Street towards the Library of Birmingham with Big Bite in the centre

New towers plan for Broad Street replaces vision for city's tallest building

Regal Property Group stays on track to redevelop run-down car park site as scaled-down version of Regal Tower mission lands with planners

Mario Flanagan, General Manager, Hyatt Regency Birmingham; Michael Gray, Area Director, Hyatt UK and Ireland, at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham following the completion of its multi-million pound refurbishment.

Celebrating the completion of refurbishment at the Hyatt Regency

People were treated to an evening of drinks, canapés and revelry at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham following the completion of its multi-million pound refurbishment.

Eight reasons to love the controversial new Birmingham Conservatoire

After a raft of criticism for new plans, the dean overseeing the new Birmingham Conservatoire spells out why it is a step forward

CGI of Paradise development, looking across Chamberlain Square towards Town Hall Birmingham

Road to 'Paradise' mapped out as 11 years of building begins

Arguably Birmingham's biggest redevelopment project in a generation will begin in January as city braces itself for road closures and diversions and the final curtain call for Central Library

Broadway, near Five Ways off Broad Street exclusive

Broadway in Birmingham set for residential scheme after £15m sale

Seven Capital agrees deal for third major Five Ways site which represents a major fall from the £59 million paid for the building in 2007

Park Regis Hotel scheme at Five Ways

Birmingham construction firm's £60m development pipeline

City-focused company Colmore Tang Construction has generated a £60 million pipeline in its first year of operation.

Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Coun Shafique Shah, being presented with the Great Birmingham Run plaque by David Hart

Great Birmingham Run: City spectators win plaque for being noisiest in the UK

Great Birmingham Run takes place each October with more than 20,000 people hitting the city’s streets in aid of charity, and thousands more cheering runners along the route

158 Edmund Street, in Colmore business district, where accountancy firm Smith Cooper has taken office space

Knight Frank seals deal on two new lettings

Terraquest and Smith Cooper take space at two city centre office blocks in Broad Street and Edmund Street

An artist’s impression of the type of building now being planned at the V Building site

Dandara lodges new plans for V Building site

Revised vision for long-running project to redevelop land next to Alpha Tower takes significant step forward

Broad Street in Birmingham

Westside BID launches tenth Broad Street Awards

Award to be held at ICC and will celebrate 20 different prize winners in categories such as best police officer and best chef


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