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Bill Oliver will leave St Modwen in November after 13 years as chief executive

St Modwen chief executive to retire

Bill Oliver will step down from the role later this year after 13 years in post and 17 on the listed group's board

North Worcestershire Golf Club will close in March to allow development by Bloor Homes

Golf club development will 'cause gridlock and pressure on schools'

Bloor Homes' plans for the North Worcestershire Golf Club come under fire ahead of public consultation event

Longbridge Town Centre,Winner of the Project of the Year in the RICS West Midlands Awards 2015.

Still time to enter 2016 RICS West Midlands Awards

There is still time to enter the 2016 RICS West Midlands Awards as the deadline is extended by a week.

Moseley Village

Petition calls for Birmingham council boundary changes plan to be binned

Growing discontent over ward proposals that strike at heart of old communities

Horace Panter of The Specials

Horace Panter turns old images of Birmingham into something special

The musician-turned-artist is among several to have recreated photographs by Phyllis Nicklin of 1950s Birmingham

Aston Martin was urged to consider Longbridge for a new factory in April

Review of 2015 - April: Aston Martin factory, John Lewis recruits and 'Shakespeare's Airport'

Luxury car-maker was reported to be eyeing a site in Longbridge for a new factory, John Lewis started massive recruitment drive and Birmingham Airport said it could adopt a new moniker for the US

St Modwen's Park View development in Longbridge

St Modwen plans more Longbridge homes

Latest plans will see more regeneration of parts of the older MG Rover plant in south Birmingham

River Rea running through Austin Park in Longbridge town centre

£10m upgrade for congested Longbridge junction

Area in south Birmingham blighted by delays for years looks set to be given some welcome relief with new traffic and public transport measures

Marks & Spencer in Longbridge wil have new neighbours soon as the town's rebirth continues

New Longbridge retailers to create 400 jobs

Latest lettings agreed by St Modwen will add to the growing town centre development in south Birmingham

BBC presenter Sian Williams (extreme left) with the winners of the regeneration category at the 2015 RICS Grand Final for the work on phase 1 of the Longbridge town centre redevelopment

Longbridge regeneration wins national RICS award

The town centre element of the long-running revamp of the south Birmingham town has been recognised by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

MG SV-R

MG could have become a Lotus or Porsche had Alchemy deal gone through

That’s the verdict of automotive author Mike Gould, who has published a new book on the final chapter in the Rover story

Ultimate Sports Nutrition has taken office space in Longbridge

Ultimate Sports Nutrition finds new home in Longbridge

Latest tenant moves to south Birmingham town as St Modwen's £1bn regeneration continues

Aston Martin headquarters at Gaydon

Aston Martin set to announce job losses as part of restructure

The Gaydon-based firm is believed to be planning to axe a small proportion of its workforce of 2,100

Bournville College

Bournville College axes 100 staff amid funding crisis

The college has been engulfed by a financial crisis which prompted 110 redundancies in the past year

A Rover Mini Classic 1.3i Cooper Sport with just 33 miles on the clock

Yours for £30,000: Birmingham-made original Mini Cooper with 33 miles on the clock

A specialist car dealer in the Home Counties is selling an original Mini Cooper with just 33 miles on the clock

Labour party member Ian Cruise

Councillor quits Labour group in row over 'underhand deals'

Party's 'pettiness and indiscipline' too much for back bench member as he resigns

Steve Dourass with South and City College Birmingham students and MG Motor UK staff

MG teams-up with South and City College students for social networking campaigns

The Longbridge-based firm’s forthcoming social media campaigns will largely be the work of students at South and City College Birmingham

Bournville is one of the shopping areas which would have been served by the BID

Stirchley, Cotteridge and Bournville firms narrowly reject business improvement district

The creation of Birmingham's 12th BID flounders on 52 per cent 'no' vote

CGI of new residential facility in Longbridge for staff working at the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine

Enthusiastic welcome for Longbridge apartment block

City planners back new development which will bring together 180 staff working for the Royal College of Defence Medicine at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham

CertiNergy has taken space at Longbridge Technology Park

Environmental consultancy CertiNergy takes space at Longbridge

Company which aims to help people save money on their energy bills has secured new office accommodation at Two Devon Way

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