The Birmingham Mail is on the move after ten years.

Journalists at the news title, along with the Birmingham Post and Sunday Mercury, will be based back in a new home in Church Street in Birmingham city centre by the end of the year.

The teams moved to Fort Dunlop, the converted former tyre factory in Castle Bromwich, in 2008 but have been looking into a move back to central Birmingham for some time.

The relocation to Embassy House will allow our journalists to be back in the heart of the city centre and closer to the business and retail districts and burgeoning night-time economy which has seen unprecedented growth in recent years.

Birmingham Post & Mail editor-in-chief Marc Reeves said: "This move has been long overdue and will enable our journalists to spend more time on the beat gathering stories and meeting contacts.

Print editor Paul Cole, managing director Sarah Pullen, executive editor Anna Jeys and editor-in-chief Marc Reeves outside the Birmingham Post & Mail's new offices in Church Street
Print editor Paul Cole, managing director Sarah Pullen, executive editor Anna Jeys and editor-in-chief Marc Reeves outside the Birmingham Post & Mail's new offices in Church Street

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"Birmingham, and in particular the city centre, has seen huge growth in recent years so it's great to know we will be back in the core of the action and better able to cover the key news events affecting our readers.

"It will also help our business teams cement their relationships with advertisers and enable them to reach their key audiences through our print and digital products and events.

"Our industry-leading online growth has transformed the Post & Mail into a true digital media business.

Embassy House will be the new home of the Birmingham Post & Mail and Sunday Mercury
Embassy House will be the new home of the Birmingham Post & Mail and Sunday Mercury

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"Alongside the office move, we are also planning some innovative and ground-breaking changes to our online presence which will see us leading the way for regional publishers in the UK."