All stories for 25 Jul 2013
Regeneration specialist secures sale of Unit 4 at Cofton Centre
Gavin Wade, director of Eastside Projects, says an iconic public artwork for Birmingham should come from the city's wealth of creativity
As the proposal to create an iconic piece of public art for Birmingham gathers pace, Enda Mullen looks at the vision behind the exciting £1 million project
It's been a link up that has been on the cards since the Italian private-equity firm InvestIndustrial took a 37.5% stake in Aston Martin earlier this year with a £150m investment.
£5 million of compensation has been awarded to a large number of ex-Woolworths staff who had worked in stores with less than 20 members of staff
The first estimate of the second quarter GDP is expected to be strong with all four major sectors of the economy likely to be positive for the first time since 2010.
The recent good weather has certainly added to a sense that things are not so awful and retail figures are showing that people are out buying the usual things such as food for the barbecue, drinks and appropriate clothing.
Richard Stott’s final rugby match was notable for the
heartbreaking way in which his team missed out on promotion.
DAC Beachcroft continued their renaissance in the Warwickshire Taverners Trophy with another victory over fellow lawyers DWF.
We follow Peter Sharkey's progress as he prepares to play in the Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship, staged at Nailcote Hall.
have had a lot of stuff to deal with, many of the things not of our own
making, and at times perhaps we haven’t dealt
with them as well as we could."
We should advise our children to
also be wary of statistics, especially those bandied about by
politicians adept at massaging and manipulating them to ‘prove’ a point.
But a SSAS is a pension arrangement most likely to be put in place by the owner of a small business. It provides a means through which they can save for retirement, together with their fellow directors and other key employees.
thing that is certain about life is that death will follow. Fewer than
40 per cent of the population of England and Wales currently hold a
The Butterfly Conservation is asking people to record their butterfly and day-flying moth sightings from July 20 to the end of August.
I place little store by Government
announcements relating to the state of the economy, much preferring to
size up the state of the market for myself.
Unity – a word of only five letters but one that stirs all sorts of passions when you use it in relation to the West Midlands.
Chris Upton visits some of Birmingham's most decorative spiral staircase's.
The Sir Paul and Lady Ruddock
Performing Arts Centre at the King Edward’s School and King Edward’s
High School for Girls in Edgbaston is an excellent new piece of modern
Because of governments’ needs for short-term illustrations of success, an inordinate amount of value has been placed on examination results.
Peter Duxbury is the fourth Birmingham strategic director of children’s services to leave his post in just four years
The latest evidence of an emerging Chinese revolution in West Midlands industry is the £30 million takeover of Covpress, the former radiator giant and one of the oldest manufacturers in the region.
Global corporations are reducing
spending on developing assets that will help drive future earnings, a
trend, it says, which looks set to stay.
"With Sasso al Poggio Piccini have excelled themselves, producing a wine that is complex, intense, interesting and seriously enjoyable"
Christopher Morley reviews Orchestra of St John at St John’s Church in Bromsgrove.
Christopher Morley reviews James Gilchrist and Anna Tilbrook at Tardebigge Parish Church.
Christopher Morley reviews La Boheme Longborough Festival Opera.
Norman Stinchcombe reviews the CBSO Youth Orchestra Academy at Birmingham Town Hall.
Accountants Mazars held a technical
seminar on the new UK accounting standards for clients and
intermediaries at their Birmingham offices.
Mutton Hall on the River Severn in Worcestershire, has parking for several vehicles – as well as your boat.
Trial of 20 top politicians aims to help them make better decisions and have less arguments with rivals
Strategic director Peter Hay was appointed to run children’s services after the departure of Peter Duxbury by “mutual consent”
Shandong Yongtai has joined forces with Telford-based TIA Treadsetters to buy up one of the West Midlands’ oldest manufacturers.
Event which tests the athletic abilities of staff at Birmingham businesses returns for a second year
Friends of Moseley Road Baths put together a now scrapped bid for £5 million Heritage Lottery Fund investment
Purpose-built dog rescue and welfare centre is to move from Birmingham city centre to Solihull
Mell Square purchased for £44 million by Lord Edmiston’s IM Properties group with plans for retail, leisure and public spaces
Peter Bacon rounds-up the coming week of jazz events in the West Midlands.