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45,000 too few homes built in West Midlands

New report shines light on perennial housing crisis which continues to plague the region

Matt Wistow has joined Talbots as its first business development director

Black Country law firm targets £12m with new hire

Firm appoints first ever business development director has it bids to add a further £2m in fees during 2017

Newsreader and TV presenter Natasha Kaplinsky hosts the Birmingham Post Business Awards

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Birmingham's hotels saw record occupancy during 2016

Record year for Birmingham's hotels

New report says average occupancy reached new high in 2016 while visitor spending is also up

PKF Cooper Parry is moving to One Central Boulevard

New home for PKF Cooper Parry

Accountancy firm to relocate from Edgbaston to Solihull

Winners at the 2016 Birmingham Law Society Legal Awards

Birmingham Law Society unveils 2017 awards shortlist

Find out here if your colleague or firm has been nominated in this year's awards

HSBC's old branch in Moseley is becoming a Dares bar

Davenports brewery to open two new Birmingham bars later this year

Projects by renowned brewery have been hit by delays but firm is confident of launching bars during 2017

Birmingham city centre bank branch to close

Small amount of customers using branch and move to online banking is behind decision to close the facility

Former West Brom chairman Jeremy Peace enjoyed one final pay day last year

Bumper pay rise for Jeremy Peace in final year owning West Brom

New accounts show how much former owner was earning and also the club's solid performance off the pitch

The first blood test for postnatal depression has been identified doctors claim

Tax breaks for firms which tackle mental health pledge

Tory mayor candidate makes pledge as new mental health action plan for the West Midlands is launched

New laws to bring driverless cars to UK roads

Transport Secretary says legislation is needed to make it clear who's responsible if a driverless car crashes

Curium Solutions co-founders James Farrow (left) and twin Adam

New faces at Curium Solutions

Change consultancy boosts team following move to Colmore Business District last year

A primary school teaching assistant is among the roles being advertised

11 fantastic job opportunities available in the West Midlands NOW

Check out these exciting and well paid career opportunities currently being offered in the West Midlands

CGI of the new International House development

Green light for £40m student development

Unite Students plans to build almost 600 new bedrooms in Birmingham's Gun Quarter

Birmingham enjoying record levels of construction

Newly published report shows highest levels of development in Birmingham in more than a decade

Le Monde restaurant, Brindleyplace

Leading Brindleyplace restaurant closes down

Le Monde said it was having a refurbishment but has now revealed it will not reopen

REI has sold the Latitude development in Birmingham

Birmingham development sold for £2.7m

Real Estate Investors offloads mixed-use building in Chinese Quarter to L&C Investments

Warwickshire CCC posted a loss in its latest financial year

Warwickshire CCC posts a loss after 'most challenging year'

Financial year following the 2015 Ashes series proves a tough one for club as it prepares for more major match cricket

James Trevis, Eversheds; Ian Barnes, Deloitte; Tom Joule, Guest Speaker; Joules; Jim Quantrill, Barclays.

Leading lights attend retail and consumer business event

The evening was attended by over 80 leading industry figures

Prince Andrew is coming to Birmingham next month

Prince Andrew to host business pitch event in Birmingham

Duke of York to visit city next month to hear from local businesses and entrepreneurs looking for new support and investment

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Battered fish on a toasted bap with lettuce, tomato and tartar sauce - the FLT

Jewellery Quarter restaurant Fishylicious in shock closure

Big changes are planned at John Lewis

John Lewis places 770 jobs under threat

Major Birmingham housing plan set to be thrown out

In This Week's Paper

Journalists

Graeme Brown
Editor (Agenda and Business)
Enda Mullen
Business Reporter
Tamlyn Jones
Business Reporter
Neil Elkes
Local Government Correspondent
Emma McKinney
Education Correspondent
Ben Hurst
News Editor
Jonathan Walker
Political Editor