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How Town Hall & Symphony Hall CEO has inspired staff to enter 10K

Cheif Executive Officer Nick Reed has high running hopes for his Great Birmingham 10K Business Challenge team

Aston Martin unveiled its new DB11 during March

Review of 2016 - March: £13m office facelift, new Aston Martin and major Eastside regeneration

A major masterplan to bring new commercial and civic space to Birmingham's Eastside was unveiled this month while sports car brand Aston Martin showcased its latest new DB model

Mark Swallow, Chair, Millennium Point Property Limited; Simon Topman, Chair, Millennium Point Trust; Judith Armstrong, CEO, Millennium Point; Donovan Bailey, Senior Interface Manager, HS2.

150 guests attend Millennium Point's anniversary bash

Millennium Point was joined by more than 150 guests to celebrate its 15th anniversary

Birmingham City University on Curzon Street

A tutorial on the best student digs in Birmingham

Where are the best places for students in the city? We take a look at the key areas for those who are heading to Brum this September.

Eastside City Park will house a major piece of public art

London Midland sponsors Birmingham Big Art Project

Rail operator supports major project to create piece of landmark art for Eastside City Park

Speakers - Geoff Cousins, Geoff Cousins Associates; Philip Singleton, Andrew Guy, PGC; Marianne Skelcher, Skelcher Associates; Ken Olisa, IoD

Institute of Directors launches new professional development course

The Institute of Directors launched its new professional development course at the Library of Birmingham

Sofia Hulten

Longlist of artists for Big Art Project revealed

Crunch time for £2m project to create work which it is hoped will symbolise Birmingham

Dan Auty, Philip Singleton, Richard Spilsbury.

Farewell to Millennium Point's departing chief exec

Guests attended Eastside’s Millennium Point to say a fond farewell to Millennium Point’s chief executive Philip Singleton.

Philip Singleton

Millennium Point chief executive Philip Singleton stands down

The former architect will stand down from his role running Millennium Point Trust and Millennium Point Property

CGI of the extension to The Curzon Building

Birmingham City University plans more Eastside expansion

Latest phase of massive regeneration project will see six-storey teaching block added to new Curzon Building whose first phase opens next month

Beverley Nielsen, BCU; Prof Cliff Allan, BCU; Simon Topman, Millennium Point, at the Birmingham Made Me Awards.

City design talent showcased at Birmingham Made Me awards event

Birmingham's influential professionals gathered at Millennium Point to recognise some of the city's leading talent in design and innovation at the Birmingham Made Me awards

The Christopher Wray building in Bartholomew Row, Birmingham City Centre. exclusive

£15m redevelopment plans for Christopher Wray complex

Old lighting factory which dates back to the early 1700s set to be reborn as student tower with bars and restaurants

CGI of 6 Cardigan Street which will house BCU staff

Birmingham City University secures new base at Eastside Locks

University expands its footprint in city district with letting deal to house staff moving from Perry Barr campus

'A tour de force for Birmingham' - Clive Dutton who has died aged 62Clive Dutton

Former Birmingham regeneration chief Clive Dutton dies

Tributes paid to man who worked on Library of Birmingham development and 2012 Olympic legacy project

New images reveal Goodman plans to transform Birmingham's Eastside

Computer-generated images of the Goodman development bordering the HS2 Curzon Street station show drastic changes to part of the city

Millennium Point will host the Business Symposium event later this month

Millennium Point to host business growth event

BizBritain Finance will hold Birmingham Start Up Business Symposium focusing on helping to identify what is needed to enable the West Midlands to grow

Edwardian Horror Show, BMAG, Friday, March 20

All you need to know about Flatpack Film Festival 2015

The city's annual festival of quirky film, workshops and installations takes place from March 19-29 at various venues across the city

A child living in poverty.

Birmingham's child poverty shame at heart of city debate

A total of 37 per cent of youngsters growing up in households with less than £15,000 per year income compared to a national average of 27 per cent

The world premiere of 'Crowd Out' by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David Lang presented by Birmingham Contemporary Music Group at Millennium Point, Birmingham, in June 2014

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group scheme that enables music lovers to pull the strings on a commission

A scheme where the public can commission a new piece of music has taken off for Birmingham Contemporary Music Group. Christopher Morley reports

CGI of the new Birmingham Conservatoire which has been granted planning permission

Planners hail 'handsome' Birmingham Conservatoire as project handed green light

Praise for new music school to replace Adrian Boult Hall despite previously coming under fire for 'Oxo Cube' design

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