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15:17, 24 OCT 2016
The crafty way to be simple and stylish
People love the solid construction and craftsmanship of an Arts and Crafts style home.
Rubric Lois King hosts Grand Prix themed party
Rubric Lois King hosted a Grand Prix themed summer party for clients at their offices on Calthorpe Road
Birmingham conductor's 'excited' about Italian job
Still only in his mid-20s, Birmingham-born Alpesh Chauhan will soon take charge of an orchestra in Parma after impressing with the CBSO.
Birmingham Post Business Awards
BPBA 2016 FULL shortlist revealed
See who has made the short list for this year's business awards
Planning firm hosts popular annual reception
Brooke Smith Planning held its annual summer reception at its Edgbaston offices
The magnificent Bell Hall in Belbroughton was built to impress
The present Bell Hall in Belbroughton is believed to be the third property to be built on the grounds, dating to Victorian times.
Take sporting chance on this quaint Bosbury cottage
Millcroft Cottage is not just a pretty four-bedroom thatched cottage set in just over two acres of grounds.
Find all the character you could ever imagine at beautiful Lapworth conversion
The serene environment of a former convent will be of considerable appeal to those looking for something that is beyond the ordinary in a property.
Feel the love put into this forever home in Edgbaston
72 Woodbourne Road in Edgbaston offers plenty of space.
New £44m University of Birmingham library to open next week
University's new facility will feature almost 40 miles of shelving and will launch with an exhibition showcasing collections from the past 500 years
Condemned designs for Uni of Birmingham's labs hailed by planners
New science block criticised by Post readers is due to get green light as city council officers praise 'high standard of design'
Double property deal in Edgbaston
Sports management consultancy takes two buildings at The Cloisters to relocate from Jewellery Quarter
Birmingham's conservation areas only work if residents are on side
Architect Joe Holyoak assess if and how the city's historic conservation areas can be protected and preserved for future generations
Cannon Hill Park
Boost to plans to bring 500-year-old Birmingham pub back to life
Consultation will be held later this month to discover what uses the public would like to see brought to historic former Golden Lion Inn
Birmingham Food Drink and Hospitality Awards
The hospitality industry were out in force to celebrate the first ever Birmingham Food, Drink and Hospitality Awards
A tutorial on the best student digs in Birmingham
Where are the best places for students in the city? We take a look at the key areas for those who are heading to Brum this September.
Former Tesco store to be reborn as new office complex
Broadway building at Five Ways island will be converted into two floors of office space to sit alongside new residential development
Great Birmingham Run
This accountancy firm is counting on half marathon victory
JW Hinks in Edgbaston has got good reason to feel confident about taking up the Great Birmingham Run Business Challenge on Sunday October 17
Torsion on track to deliver Calthorpe Estate student project
Birmingham contractor secures £17 million of new construction projects including 50-bedroom block in Edgbaston
Business leaders gather at Air Ambulance networking lunch
Leaders from over 120 businesses attended Midlands Air Ambulance Charity’s corporate networking event held recently at Edgbaston Stadium
Boston Tea Party to open another Birmingham restaurant
Chain which stoked the ire of Moseley locals last year has now turned its attention to historic Edgbaston estate
University of Birmingham
University of Birmingham sports centre hit by more delays
Grand opening of city's first 50-metre pool and new sports arena has been put back to Christmas
Grade II-listed property offers a touch of elegance in Edgbaston
This property in Chad Road is an elegant period semi-detached house, Grade II-listed with extensive accommodation arranged over three storeys, including five bedrooms.
Edgbaston Stadium awarded another test match
Home of Warwickshire CCC will welcome England and the West Indies next summer for first match of test series