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Guest editor of the Birmingham Post, Nicola Fleet-Milne, with editor Stacey Barnfield, at the paper’s Fort Dunlop office

Have I got news for you... Nicola's newspaper career move as editor of the Birmingham Post

Ms Fleet-Milne sat in on news conferences, toured the Post's Fort Dunlop offices and visited the BPM Media press site

Eric Grove

Rich List 2015: No.25= - Eric Grove

Eric Grove - who began his career in the 1950s at Stourport-based Thomas Vale Construction - made his fortune after setting up residential property business Canberra Developments in 1968.

From left: Green Room founder Richard Ash, Graham Mold from Finance Birmingham, Simon Ward from Springboard Corporate Finance and Steve Verrall from Green Room

Design agency Green Room secures Finance Birmingham backing

Birmingham practice plans to add at least 40 more staff to consultancy as it prepares to launch London office

Birmingham Post Business Awards

Birmingham Post Business Awards 2014 shortlist unveiled

After a record number of applications – more than 100 in total – 37 companies and individuals have been shortlisted across nine categories

Fort Dunlop, Birmingham

Colliers International retained to market Fort Dunlop

Agency will work to fill vacant space at former tyre factory following sale during the summer

Fort Dunlop, Birmingham

Fort Dunlop sold by Urban Splash

Former tyre factory north of Birmingham acquired from company which brought derelict site back to life as office complex

Fort Dunlop

Urban Splash returns to the black

Developer of Fort Dunlop and Rotunda pushes turnover through £100 million barrier

Lee Jones, current chairman of the Midlands and Anglia Chapter of the British Council for Offices

BCO Conference generates wave of interest in city says chapter chief

Lee Jones hails positive reaction from delegates visiting the city during recent property event

The British Council For Offices Annual Conference at The ICC in Birmingham. Isabel Oakeshott speaks during the panel debate

New politics and new economics discussed at BCO conference in Birmingham

Sir Albert Bore welcomes 450-plus delegates to second day of three-day conference, which started on Wednesday with tours of Jaguar Land Rover and the city centre

Eleven Brindleyplace provides smaller floorplates suitable for up-and-coming businesses and growing companies

British Council for Offices 2014: Recognition for history of excellence and innovation in office design

Ian Standing, director, Associated Architects, BCO Midlands and East Anglia Chapter chairman 2000-06, looks at the city's award-winning workplaces.

One Snowhill - one of the many venues delegates of the 2014 BCO conference can visit

British Council for Offices Annual Conference: At a glance guide

The membership body is returning to Birmingham for its 2014 conference

Locke director Steven Knight shares his vision for a more creative Birmingham

Tom Hardy – “the best young actor Britain has got” – is the star of his new film, Locke, about a man undergoing a personal and professional crisis while driving from Birmingham to London

Brindleyplace, one of the venues to welcome delegates during the BCO Annual Conference in Birmingham next month

Key property conference makes welcome return to Birmingham

British Council for Offices to host key annual event in Birmingham for only the second time

BCO chief executive Richard Kauntze

Paradise Circus 'will help Birmingham play catch up with Manchester'

British Council for Offices chief praises key project's vision ahead of property conference

Urban Splash at Fort Dunlop.

£135m refinancing at Fort Dunlop firm Urban Splash

The firm has also agreed a joint venture with London property group Pears, covering 35 Urban Splash properties

Urban Splash at Fort Dunlop.

Direct marketing firm Inspired Thinking Group taken over in £28m deal

Inspired Thinking Group, based at Fort Dunlop, is expected to make an assault on the European market after being acquired by Bridgepoint Development Capital

Smallbrook Ringway and Birmingham city centre in 1969.

How the West Midlands became the driving force behind an urban revolution

England's obsession with the motorcar has transformed the landscape of our towns and cities forever. Sarah Probert reports

The Thinktank Spitfire in Birmingham

Sunday Snapshot: Spitfires, pound shops and New Street Station in editor's review of the week

Great news that the Spitfire is finally being remembered in a dedicated gallery at the Thinktank Museum after campaigners raised the necessary funding to get the project off the ground

Bentley Motors

Birmingham Post Rich List 2014: A record year for Bentley

Bentley Motors announced a 19 per cent increase in global deliveries in 2013.

Capita at Fort Dunlop

Capita creates 200 Birmingham jobs for Government PIP assessments

Further roles are likely to be created in Birmingham as the number of assessments increases


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