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Major plans for £125m Birmingham apartment complex

City developer Court Collaboration has taken over run-down site which has been the subject of countless stalled projects since the 1990s

Gun Quarter plot to house city's latest apartment project

Developer eyes car park site to build 250 flats in latest scheme to be aimed at Birmingham's rental market

Lloyds backs Birmingham apartment scheme with £17m funding

New finance package will be used to forward fund the construction and purchase the 22-storey development of flats to rent

Highgate Centre could make way for new housing

Birmingham's history has an economic future

Architect Joe Holyoak makes a final plea to retain two historic city buildings tabled for demolition as part of massive new housing development

St Luke's Church in Birmingham

Campaigners battle to save historic Birmingham church

Conservation campaigners are calling for Barratt Homes to halt plans to demolish the church and former orphanage as part of major new housing estate

Land deal paves way for new Birmingham apartments

Car park in city's Southside district to house new development of almost 400 apartments

The HCA is to build new housing on this Perry Barr campus

University campus to become new housing

Birmingham institute agrees £6m land sale to transform part of its outgoing campus into new housing

Jewellery Quarter factory site to house 220 new apartments

Next phase of regeneration of old electroplating plant will see a new square, commercial space and residential complex

Birmingham apartments plan back again

Firm behind city's most expensive apartment is leading new residential development off Broad Street

CGI of courtyard within new-look Squirrel Works

Former Jewellery Quarter silversmiths set for conversion

Work is due to start next week on renovation of former Squirrel Works factory to create new development of apartments

Birmingham housing market set to outperform UK average

New report from JLL says urban locations such as Birmingham will continue to push house price growth forecasts above the UK average

CGI of Dandara's plans which have received new government support

New investment to build more than 300 Birmingham apartments

Government ploughs millions into Dandara's plans for the site of the once-mooted V Building off Broad Street

New houses coming to Stirchley

City planning chiefs expected to approve development of new housing estate on a site which became embroiled in a long-running supermarket wars

CGI of plans for more than 200 new apartments in the Jewellery Quarter

£45m Jewellery Quarter deal paves way for 230 apartments

Spitfire and IM team up to develop vacant land in Newhall Street to create new flats and public space

Me and my shadow: a digger still at work on land next to the new Austin Park in Longbridge

Help us unlock the region's land for development and job creation plea

The West Midlands Land Commission (WMLC), made up of UK property experts is on a mission to locate and unlock the region's available sites for development

Development on Ludgate Hill Car Park has been planned for years

New vision for Jewellery Quarter 'bomb site' development

Great Charles Place goes back to the drawing board after city council decides new houses are needed more than new offices

CGI of the Left Bank development

Wates Construction wins £20m deal to build Left Bank

New hotel and apartment project in Broad Street will start this month and is due to be completed in summer 2018

CGI of plans to revamp Ringway Centre

Smallbrook Queensway building demolition moves a step closer

Government considering immunity from listing for 1960s Ringway Centre as developer plans new 22-storey apartment block

Brandauer Works could finally be reborn as student flats

New future for fire-damaged Birmingham factory

Old Brandauer works which has been vacant and derelict since 2000 to be reborn as student accommodation

Controversial Harborne housing estate finally set for green light

Housebuilding giant Redrow is expected to receive the go ahead for its long-running plan to redevelop former playing fields in upmarket Birmingham suburb

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