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From left: Colmore BID chairman Gary Cardin with board members Alan Bain and Tony Elvin

Colmore BID welcomes new board members

Hotel manager and transport consultancy director join board to work on business improvement district's new projects

Richard Saxton, Higgs and Sons; Prit Sagoo, Primitivo, Guy Travis and Adrian Roddick; both Pennycuick Collins.

Primitivo Bar and Eatery reopens at The Grand

Primitivo Bar & Eatery has made its much-anticipated return to the city after a 21-month hiatus

CGI of the rear of 55 Colmore Row

MIPIM 2017: Why business is booming in Birmingham - 55 Colmore Row regeneration team explain

Richard Fielding, Area Director of construction company Morgan Sindall which has just delivered the landmark £30m refurbishment of 55 Colmore Row for IM Properties, explains why second city is first choice for firms

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.

Councillor Carl Rice, Lord Mayor of Birmingham; Lady Mayoress.

Celebration as Zen Metro restaurant is launched

This summer the Colmore Business District was buzzing from the launch of the new Zen Metro on Cornwall Street

City council leader John Clancy has joined the board of Colmore Business District

John Clancy joins Colmore Business District's board

Birmingham City Council leader to work with business improvement district on developing central commercial area

CGI of plans to create an underground restaurant within One Colmore Row

New basement restaurant heading to Colmore Row

Yet another plan is brought forward to turn empty space in the Colmore Business District in a new restaurant

Stacey Barnfield, co-founder of Edwin Ellis Creative Media, and Colmore BID executive director Michele Wilby

Trio of new clients for Edwin Ellis Creative Media

Agency run by former Post editor is working with Colmore BID, Glynn Purnell and  ChaplaincyPlus

CGI of a more pedestian-friendly Colmore Row

Colmore Row makeover to put people before cars

New vision unveiled for £10m transformation of major thoroughfare and Snow Hill station to create a more pedestrian-friendly environment

Irene Allen (second left) and Ann Tonks, directors of restaurant group Opus, with The Glamophones at the 2015 Colmore Food Festival

Colmore Food Festival signs up Opus

Restaurant group backs annual food festival - now in its sixth year - which will this year take place on July 8 and 9

New divisional directors at Brewin Dolphin in Birmingham (from left) Ian Burrows, Jayne Foxall, Charlotte Wright and Paul Fielding

Director promotions at Brewin Dolphin

Wealth management firm makes quartet of senior appointments in its Birmingham office

Holly Jackson and Brad Carter from Carters of Moseley were celebrating being awarded a Michelin star in September

Review of 2015 - September: Carters of Moseley, Mere Green regen and Capita dividends

Birmingham's foodie scene was celebrating in September after Carters of Moseley became the city's fifth restaurant to boast a Michelin star, new images showed bright future for Mere Green and there was anger over Capita's city council deal

The Aston Webb building at the University of Birmingham.

Hidden Spaces: The University of Birmingham’s world-class architecture

The University of Birmingham is one of the citiy's greatest institutions and their expansive campus at Edgbaston holds more than a few hidden spaces

The Carillon (bells/tower) at Bournville Junior School, Bournville, Birmingham.

Hidden Spaces: The Gothic Bournville Carillon which gives the village its melody

Walking through Bournville you might hear a haunting, gothic melody, something close to a mish mash of bells and an organ, this is the mesmerising sound of the Bournville Carillon

The office of Otto Frisch and Rudolph Peierls in the Aston Webb building at the University of Birmingham.

Hidden Spaces: The barely changed room where the atom bomb was born

This is the Birmingham office where plans for the atom bomb were secretly drawn up – five years before Hiroshima

The gilded boar's head weathervane on St Philips Cathedral, Birmingham.

Hidden Spaces: The bits of St. Philip's Cathedral you never see

We’ve managed to capture some intimate rooftop shots of the Cathedral grounds and the wider Colmore Business District from the Grade I listed St. Philip’s

Two new restaurants strengthen Colmore Row foodie revolution

Some 15,000 sq ft of restaurant space is being developed on the lower ground floor of 55 Colmore Row

Gallery: New Nicklin Unseen images as nostalgic exhibition begins

Brumpic founder David Oram calls for greater recognition of Birmingham photographer as exhibition kicks off in business district

54 Hagley Road, Edgbaston

54 Hagley Road fully let after deal agreed

The building was acquired earlier this year by Henley-based Opus Land with the backing of Palmer Capital for a total of £23 million from Westbrook Partners

Gas Street Wharf and the Worcester Canal looking towards the site now occupied by The Cube and The Mailbox - July 1, 1961

Classic Nicklin Unseen images of Birmingham to go on display in city

Phyllis Nicklin's images will be displayed in the city’s business quarter after a Heritage Lottery Fund Sharing Heritage grant was secured


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