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12:28, 21 DEC 2016
Photography exhibition of John Madin architecture on display at Custard Factory store
Madin was a significant figure of post-war architecture whose Brutalist style of building design continues to divide opinion
British Council for Offices
Paradise Circus 'will help Birmingham play catch up with Manchester'
British Council for Offices chief praises key project's vision ahead of property conference
Then and now: Remarkable images show changing face of Birmingham's business district
The biggest differences can be seen around Chamberlain Square after the development of the Central Library in Paradise Circus, itself due to undergo massive redevelopment later this year
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
Architecture festival returns to Birmingham
Four-day event will showcase the finest architecture from across the city.
Latest Paradise Circus artist's impressions reveal new views in Birmingham city centre
Work will begin on the £160 million first phase as early as May, with infrastructure work taking place early next year
Future for Paradise Circus becomes clear at MIPIM 2014
Grant Associates won a competition to design the area, it was unveiled at MIPIM today, beating competition from GROSS MAX, Gillespies and Gustafson Porter
MIPIM 2014: Key developments looking for investors
Icknield Port Loop is a large scale development opportunity for a residential led mixed use scheme.
Squire Sanders advises on Paradise Circus project
One of the largest regeneration projects in the UK, Birmingham City Council and Argent Group are jointly developing the 17-acre Paradise Circus site between Centenary Square and Chamberlain Square.
Paradise Circus and a brand new 'beating heart' of Birmingham
The £450 million transformation of Birmingham’s Paradise Circus site will create a ‘new beating heart’ for the city centre it has been claimed.
Think Tank Birmingham
Battle to raise funds for new Spitfire gallery in Birmingham
The public will be asked to help raise funds for a dedicated new exhibition space for the Second World War Spitfire and Hawker Hurricane.
Explosion of al fresco arts in Birmingham
Two major free outdoor arts festivals are to take over Birmingham city centre, discovers Roz Laws .
Irwin Mitchell summer party at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery
Law firm Irwin Mitchell held its summer party recently at the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery in Chamberlain Square.
Broad Street Birmingham
EDL and UAF demos could damage Birmingham's image and economy, warns Chamber boss
Saturday's demonstrations by the English Defence League and Unite Against Fascism in Birmingham city centre could have had a damaging impact
West Midlands Police
Violence erupts during EDL and anti-fascist demos in Birmingham
English Defence League supporters and opponents clash with police during an afternoon of high tension in the city centre
Shops braced for major EDL rally
Supporters of the English Defence League (EDL) are planning to stage a static protest in Centenary Square, on Saturday (July 20)
Library of Birmingham
Major weekend of arts events to celebrate opening of Library Of Birmingham
4 Squares Weekender arts events will take place in Birmingham city centre in September
West Midlands Police
One thousand police on duty for EDL rally in Birmingham city centre
Extra officers drafted in for English Defence League demonstration in Centenary Square
Library of Birmingham
End of an era as Birmingham Central Library to close for good
Central Library closes on June 29 as part of move to Library of Birmingham
Birmingham Town Hall
Birmingham Conservatoire’s Symphony Orchestra premiere Britten poem
The world premiere of a Benjamin Britten tone poem composed when he was just 13 years old will be performed by students in Birmingham later this month. Christopher Morley reports.
Birmingham City Council
Brum's central library - should it stay or go?
Birmingham Central Library is far from a classic and it's time it was flattened, says Arts Editor Terry Grimley.