Analysts predict the Jaguar XE will be the start of a product offensive as the firm seeks to quadruple its sales and it is almost certain to be followed by an SUV crossover
Birmingham’s £200,000 bid for the tank, heating system and filters was successful – meaning it will be packaged up and rebuilt in the city
The 30,000 sq ft for Bournville College development is located adjacent to The Factory young people’s centre and St Modwen’s Technology Park, near the existing college
Icknield Port Loop is a large scale development opportunity for a residential led mixed use scheme.
Business Minister Matthew Hancock made the offer publicly in the House of Commons
Rodgers Leask has relocated from its previous base at Longbridge Innovative Centre, to new office space in the heart of the town centre taking 1,600 sq ft of space on a long term lease
LAS Claims Management, founded by Darren Cooper in 2005, has been bought by the Innovation Group from private equity firm Gresham
England's obsession with the motorcar has transformed the landscape of our towns and cities forever. Sarah Probert reports
Too many people in Birmingham prefer to say they are from Longbridge, Aston, Ladywood, Edgbaston.
North Worcestershire Golf Club, in Northfield, has agreed to sell up to housing developer Bloor Home prompting fury among neighbours
One fed-up householder has blamed the traffic problems squarely on workers and students at the new Bournville College.
Development of 468-acre site complex, which once housed the UK’s most famous car plant, is nearing its halfway aim of creating 10,000 jobs across high-technology, retail and leisure
Simon Clarke’s St Modwen regeneration company posted a strong set of results in the first half of 2013, with an 11 per cent increase in profit before tax to almost £39 million.
The British automotive marque will provide a fleet of MG6 and MG3 vehicles to support the organisation across a range of activities.
Richard Burden furious as Business Secretary refuses to meet him over using £14m fine to compensate former workers
Solihull-based group sold nearly 55,000 vehicles in the UK last year, beating the 2012 record
We’ve had highs and lows over the last
12 months covering civic affairs in this wonderful city. And to mark the occasion here are my own awards for 2013.
West Midlands businesses are being blackmailed by gangs of organised cyber criminals who are charging monthly fees for them to access their own databases.
Tata's takeover of Jaguar Land Rover has been an unqualified triumph, the single biggest industrial UK success story of recent years.
Birmingham’s planning committee members had previously stalled over applications for housing on three Bristol Road sites, worried that the land might be better suited for industry