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CGI of St Modwen's One Park Square office development in Longbridge

Green light for One Park Square office scheme in Longbridge

Latest phase of the £70 million town centre regeneration could see hundreds of new job created with developer eyeing major corporate occupier

White boys in Birmingham are lagging behind at every level of school, report reveals

White Birmingham boys still lowest achievers at city schools

City council vows to give more help to schools after report reveals white British boys are lagging behind their peers.

Guy Jones, who has taken up a new business development role to drive growth at Bridgestone

Guy Jones joins Bridgestone's senior management team to drive European growth

Guy Jones has joined Leamington-based Bridgestone in a new business development role from MG in Longbridge, where he played a key part in the revival of the 91-year old marque under its Chinese owners SAIC

Fighting a losing battle for Birmingham's tech sector

Despite Birmingham's prominence as a thriving tech and digital city, there's still a job to do convincing those in the capital, argues David Hardman

The Maximum Mini book cover

New book is first to tell the story of many Mini spin-offs

Surprisingly little fuss has been made of a whole generation of cars the Longbridge-built Mini directly spawned

An MG pop-up dealership

MG launches quest for 30 new UK dealers

The Longbridge-based car-maker has identified 30 ‘hot spots’ which it is keen to fill as it expands its dealer network

An artist's impression of the proposed Icknield Port Loop development near Edgbaston Reservoir

9,000 Midland house plots 'sat on' by Homes and Communities Agency

The agency has 1,500 acres of public sector land across the country, of which 596 acres are in the Midlands

David Bailey

Birmingham development centres too much on 'glamour projects'

Focus needs to shift away from city centre says Professor David Bailey at debate on damning Kerslake review

The Broad Street statue in honour of Matthew Boulton, James Watt and William Murdoch

10 questions about Birmingham manufacturing: How much do you know about city's proud industrial heritage?

Test your knowledge about the inventions and industries that made this region the driving force of the Industrial Revolution

MG Rover workers leaving Longbridge in 2005 after learning of the collapse of the carmaker

MG Rover workers still owed a payout years after this sorry saga

The Phoenix Four should still do the right thing. By directing the proceeds of the Deloitte fine to former employees, the FRC could show them an example, write Prof David Bailey and Richard Burden MP

Pop group Duran Duran at the NEC, Birmingham in 1981.

Birmingham needs a little more faith in itself

Not being self-assured, it was suggested by some, is a reason why Birmingham has not attracted the level of investment and willingness by businesses to locate that would be typical in countries on the continent.

St Modwen is behind the regeneration of the former MG Rover site in Longbridge

St Modwen adds £120m in sales as profit surges

Birmingham-based regeneration group says it has enjoyed an 'exceptional year' as progress continues on Midlands projects

£300m Covpress China factory is blueprint for future - Lord Whitby

A West Midlands trade delegation is in China forging links and laying the groundwork for greater co-operation with the economic powerhouse. Business writer Jon Griffin reports from Dongying

A 1956 Rover 90

Is the world ready for the Rover's return?

Speculation is rife the once-proud Midland brand could return after its collapse ten years ago. Enda Mullen talks to experts about whether it could ever happen

The ongoing regeneration of Longbridge by St Modwen has come under fire for its lack of industrial development

Longbridge job hopes 'dashed by developers' say city councillors

St Modwen's £1 billion regeneration of the south Birmingham town has come under heavy criticism from planners who want to see more industrial development

A rally in Victoria square for Rover workers after company's collapse.

Dickens of delays as the little men lose out yet again

For the uninitiated, iSoft became a byword in Birmingham and further afield for a financial morass.

CGI of St Modwen's One Park Square office development in Longbridge

One Park Square plan to create hundreds of Longbridge jobs

St Modwen lodges plans to create head office building for major corporate occupier as regeneration of south Birmingham town continues          

MG's new SUV, which is set to make its debut in China as the GTS this spring

MG SUV set to make Chinese debut before going on sale in UK

The new vehicle - which will be known as the GTS in China - is tipped to be unveiled at the Shanghai motor show in April and will go on sale just a month after

Birmingham City Council

'Rambling' councillors urged to stop making Birmingham politics dull

An inquiry into the council’s ward committee set-up found they are failing to engage citizens and often ignore or brush over issues of local interest

Birmingham housing boost with 500 homes to be built

St Modwen continues its long-running regeneration of Longbridge while the city council is eyeing a new housing estate in Kings Norton


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