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How the Great Charles Street Estate looks today

Great Charles Street Estate sells to open up regeneration opportunity

Dunedin Property Asset Management and Angelo Gordon have bought seven prominent buildings in Birmingham city centre

Seven Capital, which is behind the Park Regis hotel development in Five Ways, says it has £100m to spend

Seven Capital to invest £100m-plus warchest

Company behind several city schemes unveils war chest to continue investment in city where it is only 'scratching the surface'

Rebel Uncut to launch tech hub for young coders

Independent production company to lead new hub for city's next generation of software experts from its Jewellery Quarter base

The Kettleworks which is set to be transformed into more than 300 apartments

Seven Capital lodges Kettleworks plans to deliver new apartment complex

Property investor is aiming to build a range of flats and gym on derelict site to bring former factory back into usage

Jilly Cosgrove, Barques; Stuart Franks, Coltham Developments; Philippa Pickavance, Philippa Pickavance Real Estate, attend Barques 25th anniversary celebrations at Fleet Street Kitchen.

Birmingham-based digital and design agency celebrates 25th anniversary

Birmingham-based digital and design agency Barques has celebrated a quarter of a century in business with an exclusive party at Fleet Street Kitchen.

How the Great Charles Street Estate looks today

Great Charles Estate in Birmingham to be sold within days

The estate, which comprises seven buildings on a prominent site opposite Paradise Circus, is under offer with a deal looming, it is understood

Ted Baker is opening a new store at Bullring Birmingham

Bullring store for Ted Baker in second letting in a week

The new Ted Baker store will open on Friday, December 12, and will house Ted’s AW14 menswear, womenswear and accessories collections

Chris James has opened The Eight Foot Grocer in the Jewellery Quarter

New Jewellery Quarter grocer launches in eight-foot loading bay

Former restaurant manager has followed dream of opening own business by relocating from London to start an independent grocery

CGI of the Delph Property's Metalworks development in Warstone Lane, Jewellery Quarter

Delph's Jewellery Quarter apartments going fast

Metalworks project in Warstone Lane will be second phase of major regeneration of vacant land and add to the quarter's growing residential offering

63 St Paul's Square which could be converted into a restaurant and flats under newly submitted plans

New plans for Jewellery Quarter restaurant

Latest redevelopment project for historic city centre quarter is lodged with planners as property consultancy looks to convert St Paul's Square office building

The beetroot soup at Two Cats Roaming Kitchen

Review: Two Cats Roaming Kitchen pop-up restaurant, at Six Eight Kafé

Birmingham's Latvian pop-up brings raw menu to coffee shop basement

The Barques PR team welcomes new director Alun Thorne (centre) with (from left) Jayne Howarth, Chris Brown, Amanda Johansson, Jilly Cosgrove and Paul Skipp

Former Birmingham Post editor joins Barques PR

Alun Thorne, who also edited the Coventry Telegraph, will focus on new business development in new role with Jewellery Quarter PR firm

Birmingham Friends of the Earth and representatives of St Peter's Church Hall Green, All Saints' Church Kings Heath, and Pushbikes the Birmingham Cycling Campaig hand in the petition for their Let's Get Moving Campaign

Friends of the Earth call on city council to invest £100m in cycling

Friends of the Earth argue that only concerted investment to promote cycling and walking will deliver urgently needed cuts to traffic congestion and reduce dangerous levels of pollution in the city

Underground motorway mooted to ease Birmingham congestion

The "super-tunnel" is one of a host of prospects put forward by Birmingham City Council to combat the full-to-bursting A38

48 Frederick Street, Jewellery Quarter

New gallery plans for former Jewellery Quarter factory

Vacant building which dates back to the 1870s could become a new café and showroom for artwork and antiques

The area in front of the Big Peg as it looks today as the Golden Square project continues

Jewellery Quarter Information Point to be rebuilt in Sutton Coldfield

Pavilion taken down as part of Golden Square project to be given a new lease of life in north Birmingham town

150-152 Great Charles Street, Birmingham

No takers for Great Charles Street building

City council site fails to sell at auction as authority continues its programme of selling off assets

Rosie Kirk

Birmingham City University clock-making degree believed to be only one in world

Birmingham City University students are keeping the ancient art of clockmaking alive thanks to a degree course believed to be the only one of its kind in the world. Education Correspondent Emma McKinney reports.

Clevercherry created a branding campaign for Geoff Thomas (front) and John Salako who are cycling from London to Paris for Cure Leukaemia

Clevercherry rides high with Cure Leukaemia and Geoff Thomas cycling mission

Jewellery Quarter creative agency creates campaign for former footballer who is riding from London to Paris next summer to raise millions for charity

Author Kate Mayfield peeks inside Newman Brothers Coffin Fitting Works

Undertaker's daughter gives her view of the Jewellery Quarter attraction

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