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Map showing changes to city centre bus routes from May 10, 2015

'Stay away' from Paradise as transport chiefs warn of gridlock

Next phase of traffic works in £500m redevelopment to start in May with Paradise Circus island to be partially closed and several bus routes diverted

The Coffin Works building in the Jewellery Quarter - one of two winners of the 2014 Renaissance Award

Newman Brothers Coffin Works and School Yard win civic award

Birmingham Civic Society recognises brace of conservation projects in annual Renaissance Award

Uniec Prestige has relocated to 30 St Paul's Square in the Jewellery Quarter

Uniec Prestige takes Jewellery Quarter office

Independent financial adviser relocates from Broad Street to new home in St Paul's Square

The opening hours of the £17m entrance to Snow Hill in Livery Station could be extended

Opening hours for Snow Hill station entrance could be extended

£17m entrance which shuts at 7pm every night described as 'absolute farce' as Centro pledges to reassess whether they can be extended

Back: Mike Hargreaves, Coltham Developments; Eddie Morse, EM Consultants; Tony Cox, Andersons Bar & Grill. Front: Stuart Franks, Coltham Developments; Dan Anderson, Andersons Bar & Grill; Jilly Cosgrove, Barques.

Birmingham's Alternative MIPIM event held at Anderson's Bar and Grill

More than 100 property professionals enjoyed a French-themed lunch at Birmingham's Alternative MIPIM event, held at Anderson's Bar and Grill.

Michele Wilby, BID executive director of the Colmore Business District

Birmingham 'shoppers' tax' is scrapped - for now

Birmingham City Council charge for business improvement districts would hit high streets, say Tories

CGI of Lumina, work on which could start within next 12 to 18 months

Sterling confident on Lumina and Great Charles Square

Head of property firm behind key regeneration sites is bullish over their futures but keen to pin down pre-let on Lumina

6 Derwent Works in Henrietta Street could be turned into apartments and a new boxing gym for Fighting Fit

Boxing gym plans at former Jewellery Quarter metal press

Old Victorian factory could be the new home of white collar boxing gym Fighting Fit and four apartments as Javelin Block unveils latest renovation project

Five amazing jazz gigs to see in Birmingham in April 2015

Marius Neset, Vula Viel and Tony Kofi among highlights in April 2015

CGI of Three Snowhill

Landmark vision for Three Snowhill unveiled

Long-awaited office scheme will offer 360,000 sq ft of grade A offices over 16 storeys, along with 40,000 sq ft of leisure and retail space and parking spaces

BIDs in areas like the Jewellery Quarter will now not have to pay a new admin charge

City council scraps BID charge

U-turn by authority after warnings that Birmingham's business improvement districts could be pushed into the red by so-called 'shoppers' tax'

Edwardian Horror Show, BMAG, Friday, March 20

All you need to know about Flatpack Film Festival 2015

The city's annual festival of quirky film, workshops and installations takes place from March 19-29 at various venues across the city

The SmartLaw app

Birmingham agency creates SmartLaw app for legal students

Jewellery Quarter-based agency IE specialises in design for the Charities, Education and Health sectors

The conversion of The Badge Works has been shortlisted by RIBA in its 2015 West Midlands Awards

Jewellery Quarter conversion among RIBA West Midlands shortlist

Annual awards scheme nominates nine regional projects all with a chance of progressing to win the prestigious Stirling Prize later this year

New plans for Birmingham Mint regeneration

Latest phase in long-running redevelopment of famous former factory site could see new offices and apartments built in city's Jewellery Quarter

Courtney Wells

1 in 3 Birmingham pupils miss out on first choice school

Thousands of Birmingham schoolchildren were left disappointed after failing to get into their first choice secondary school.

Northwood Street Car Park in the Jewellery Quarter is one of several city council-owned sites sold at auction

Birmingham City Council raises over £800k with car park sales

Successful auction for troubled authority as continues to dispose of its assets with car parks being sold way above guide price

CWA director Steve Wedge

Seven Capital appoints CWA to city centre developments

Jewellery Quarter engineering consultancy continues ongoing relationship with property investor as it ploughs £150m in Birmingham's residential market

130 Colmore Row will open as Nosh and Quaff in May

Lasan to open 'Nosh and Quaff' lobster and beer bar

Award-winning restaurant group reveals details of its latest venture which will open in Colmore Row in May

Two floors above The Rope Walk, in St Paul's Square, could be converted into a 31-bedroom hotel

New hotel plans for Jewellery Quarter building

Husband and wife team behind renovation of The Village in Moseley are now eyeing a project above a pub in St Paul's Square

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