The city council has been awarded a £22.1 million Department for Transport grant which, topped up with £7.9 million local funding
It is shameful the later products of architect John Madin's career are so unappreciated in the city he called home, argues Joe Holyoak
Barclaycard Arena and airport runway extension among a host of schemes from across the region to make the final shortlist
Action group continues to battle plans to redevelop former Ravenhurst Playing Fields as new-look scheme is brought forward by housebuilding giant
Planning officers say brick design, previously compared to an Oxo cube, is 'high standard'
Quinto Lounge, opposite Cambaz in Birmingham Road, is the latest venue in the city for the Bristol-based Loungers group
Historic Bennetts Hill building, which was designed by Thomas Rickman and completed in 1835, set for new future
Our festive look back at the big online news stories of 2014 heads into February when the masterplan for Curzon Street was revealed and Toni Iommi's house went on the market
Harborne community asset established more than a century ago by John Nettlefold will be kept as one for future generations following fervent campaign
Sabai Sabai hosted a double celebration marking both the 10th birthday of the restaurant group and Thailand's Loy Krathong festival.
Despite some criticism of the design the council’s planning committee gave their full backing to the £40 million relocation of the music school to Eastside
As Small Business Saturday approaches, the Post, with website Independent Birmingham, takes a look at different ways shoppers and visitors can enjoy the city this festive period
Executives at the business organisation are hopeful of resurrecting a ten-year old project to demolish Chamber of Commerce House and build a new headquarters
City firm Edg Property has sold the first phase of the School Yard development to asset management company Avignon Capital
New venue launched by two well-known faces from the Midlands' music scene promises exhibitions which showcase some of the region's finest artistic talent
Potential purchasers can get a feel for what could be their new home at an open event this weekend, writes Alison Jones
The first thing to say about this review is that it isn’t a review, not strictly speaking.
Fledgling Warwickshire venue already among the elite as city's quartet of star restaurants continue to vow judges at prestigious publication
Housebuilder submits application to build 121 houses on former playing fields despite continued protests from action group
Diners and judges have voted it the best UK restaurant in The Good Food Guide Readers Restaurant of the Year. Now Mary Griffin puts Birmingham restaurant Carters of Moseley to the test.