Three of the award-winning 12 Ensemble who appear in Birmingham next week tell Christopher Morley how they honed their craft from a young age in the city
The latest auction includes an eclectic spread - from great potential to amazing bargains
Henry Wong host Laurent-Perrier Champagne taster event in support of QEHB Charity's Fisher House.
Dom Clarke set to continue his charity mission closer to home
Architect Joe Holyoak assess if and how the city's historic conservation areas can be protected and preserved for future generations
This imposing detached house has been much improved both inside and outside.
Regional winners fail to make the final cut nationally but UK projects by Birmingham firm Glenn Howells Architects are recognised
Housebuilding giant Redrow is expected to receive the go ahead for its long-running plan to redevelop former playing fields in upmarket Birmingham suburb
The Harborne & Edgbaston Institute is now part of an exclusive gated development for homeowners.
Revamp of station and former Pallasades shopping centre wins overall project of the year and three other category prizes
Local Government expert Chris Game, of the University of Birmingham, looks at the battle for seats in local elections in the West Midlands
Birmingham projects among the winners at annual celebration of West Midlands architecture
Burlington Hotel managers to rely on guides to complete race on Bank Holiday Sunday, May 1 - in partnership with the Great Birmingham Run
These one-floor properties are anything but retirement homes - they are stylish places that people of any age would love to live in.
Activist's allegations have brought question of homophobia to the fore
Eight projects from across the West Midlands are named on shortlist for 2016 awards and the chance to be considered for Stirling Prize
David versus Goliath at prestigious annual property awards as Charlemont Farm Estate in West Bromwich takes on the £750m Birmingham Gateway project
The Bournville Cross has received Grade II listing following a decision by the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport to see it formally recognised
The new Dad’s Army film has arrived on cinema screens but, as Mike Lockley reports, a secret Birmingham base taught the real Home Guard how to kill.
Plans for disused playing fields in Harborne set to hit the buffers again after housebuilder told proposals are 'unacceptable' due to loss of recreational space