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Plans for 1,000 Birmingham city centre homes at Exchange Square

Proposals for major Birmingham city centre site change as developer aims to help solve housing crisis

The interior of the Red Lion pub on Soho Road, Handsworth. The pictures were taken by former Birmingham City Council Cabinet member for Leisure, Sport and Culture, Martin Mullaney, in 1995.

Red Lion pub owner: we have looked after up-for-sale architectural gem

The Grade II*-listed Red Lion building, in Soho, Road, Handsworth, is set to go under the hammer this week after city firm DR Developments called time on plans to redevelop it

Robert Neil, President of the RBSA

Royal Birmingham Society of Artists celebrates 200 years of hard work and goodwill

The Royal Birmingham Society of Artists is marking the bicentenary of its first exhibition. Graham Young reports

St George's Urban Village scheme - one of three projects won by consultancy CWA

CWA wins trio of projects with Seven Capital

Property developer and investor appoints Jewellery Quarter engineering consultancy to help deliver major schemes in Birmingham and Dudley

View across Chamberlain Square to Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and Birmingham Town Hall

Birmingham Museums Trust gets £398,000 grant for local history project

The Museums Trust has been awarded the £398,000 grant to support its ‘Representing Birmingham’ project.

Justin Bourne, sales director of Hard To Find Whisky

Good whisky no longer hard to find

New shop in the city's Jewellery Quarter pays homage to the hard stuff which will be nirvana to whisky fans

Moseley Road Baths

What's on at Birmingham's Fierce Festival

Birmingham's Fierce Festival is back with a week-long series of art, performance and projects across the city. Graham Young looks at what's on

Major Birmingham property portfolio the Great Charles Street Estate put up for sale

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The estate on Great Charles Street, over the road from the Paradise Circus development, has been put on the market for offers of more than £20 million

Brindley House, one of the projects developed by MCD

MCD directors insist it is business as usual despite liquidating ten companies

Company behind Derwent Foundry and Edgbaston Square projects says receiver appointed as part of an agreement with RBS

The derelict former George and Dragon pub which is undergoing a renovation programme

George and Dragon to breathe again as renovation project takes shape

Jewellery Quarter pub which has lain empty for 16 years is undergoing wholesale regeneration to become independent café or restaurant and flats

Pictures: Inside Newman Brothers Coffin Fitting Works

Fifteen-year restoration programme nears completion ahead of grand opening as museum next month

Clevercherry recruited for Millbank brief

Jewellery Quarter creative agency secures latest tender to help North West recruitment agency increase profile

Chord Investments' St Paul's Place mixed-use scheme in the Jewellery Quarter

Shoosmiths advises Chord Investments on St Paul's Place deal

The Jewellery Quarter scheme combines 148 apartments and a substantial commercial office space off St Paul's Square

The steel frame of the new Assay Office in Icknield Street

That giant steel frame on Icknield Street? It's the new Assay Office building taking shape

The new Icknield Street building, due to open in 2015, is slowly changing the landscape of the Jewellery Quarter

Jewellery Quarter

Delph brings forward Jewellery Quarter project launch

Property group to market second phase of 'The Quarter' from the end of the month ahead of completion next spring

20 is Plenty campaign hits Birmingham trail

Series of exhibitions scheduled across the city to explain proposals to reduce accidents in key blackspots

The Bartons Arms, in Newtown

Meet Birmingham's Urban Explorers... finding the city's soul through its independent pubs

'There are still some belting old buildings if you are prepared to walk and this band of urban explorers welcome both old and new in terms of boozers and buildings'

Bar manager Laura Stephens with old original bottles of gin from Holland, in the Gin parlour at the Jekyll and Hyde pub in Steelhouse lane, Birmingham.

Drink of a bygone age is making a very spirited comeback at the Birmingham Gin Festival

Once known as a drink of yesteryear, gin has made a roaring return. Ahead of this weekend's Birmingham Gin Festival, Mary Griffin finds out what sparked the second city's gin renaissance

A coding lesson

Jerry Blackett: Why Birmingham will be saying 'hello, world' as digital sector booms

Coding is now commonplace in classrooms, and Birmingham is cashing in on this programming revolution.

The Jam House

Birmingham's Jam House celebrates 15 years and a million music lovers

The Georgian venue has seen more than 2,000 acts perform, including the likes of Hot Chocolate and soul singer Beverley Knight

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