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The Ivy is replacing Louis Vuitton on Temple Row

London celebrity haunt The Ivy is opening on Temple Row in Birmingham

Acclaimed The Ivy restaurant will open on Temple Row in early 2018

What will Birmingham look like in 10 years' time?

Birmingham is going to look very different

How Birmingham's economy has slowed down faster than almost anywhere in Europe

The latest figures show it dropped to just 8% above the European average in 2014

A driverless car during testing at the headquarters of motor industry research organisation MIRA at Nuneaton.

Focus investment on science and innovation says new report

West Midlands Mayor Andy Street launches regional Science and Innovation Audit

Digbeth's new public space will be as big as Victoria Square and packed with festivals, markets and events

Details emerge as huge Connaught Square development gets unveiled to city planners for the first time

The latest store to open at Bullring revealed

Volkswagen has become the latest firm to sign up to Birmingham's top shopping centre

42-storey skyscraper builder looking for more projects in Birmingham

Moda Living, behind £183 million Broad Street tower, is eyeing up more sites

Gary Phelps, Sutton Coldfield Observer; AW Carhouse, Winning Team; Adrian xxxx, Captain, Walmley Golf Club.

The Sutton Observer's golf day boosts charity

The Sutton Observer welcomed 80 players to Walmley Golf Club for their annual corporate golf day.

Monarch flights to Valencia, Split, Naples and Rhodes launch

Low cost airline is the only carrier to take passengers from Birmingham to Valencia and Split - see prices and how to book

Virgin Train

Three rail firms bidding to run the West Coast Main Line and HS2 have been named

Government reveals shortlist of three firms hoping to run rail services on the West Coast Main Line and High Speed Two

This top shoe shop is opening its first store in city centre

High-end shoe brand Loake is taking the last retail space at The Grand

Birmingham Post Business Awards 2017: BCU reveals why it is sponsoring the Business of the Year category

Birmingham City University has an inspiring reason for sponsoring this award at BPBA 2017

New Hilton hotel at Birmingham Airport to be assembled like a Lego set

Hotel rooms to be built in China and shipped over for assembly on site

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Exclusive: Birmingham’s iconic Custard Factory has been sold

The sale also includes Fazeley Studios and warehouses in Heath Mill Lane

Purity Brewing Company reveals why it is taking on Vélo Birmingham Business 100 challenge

Purity Brewing Company has several surprising links to cycling

Birmingham is one of the most in-demand places to live in the country

Birmingham plunges 51 places in cost of living league table

But the world's most expensive city is Luanda in Angola according to the Mercer index

Greenfield Crescent view of Boston Tea Party, Edgbaston

This is what Boston Tea Party has done to old Edgbaston bank

New Boston Tea Party in Edgbaston will have the city's highest coffee shop ceiling and an orangery

(L-R) Martyn Bowers (46), Kate Bowers (22), Holly Bowers (20) and William Bowers (71).

M6 Toll launches campaign to urge females to become a HGV driver

Government statistics also show that by 2022, the HGV industry needs to recruit 1.2 million more people

£200 million Black Country Metro line will create jobs, growth and business in the area

West Midlands Mayor Andy Street delivers Brierley Hill to Wednesbury line business case to Transport Secretary

Jaguar Land Rover's Lode Lane plant in Solihull

Worker dies at Jaguar Land Rover plant

A spokesperson for the car giant said it was "deeply saddened" by the incident

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The Ivy is replacing Louis Vuitton on Temple Row

London celebrity haunt The Ivy is opening on Temple Row in Birmingham

What will Birmingham look like in 10 years' time?

How Birmingham's economy has slowed down faster than almost anywhere in Europe

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