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Major Birmingham property portfolio the Great Charles Street Estate put up for sale

The estate on Great Charles Street, over the road from the Paradise Circus development, has been put on the market for offers of more than £20 million

Developers eye Selly Oak for more than 400 student bedrooms

Selly Oak where developers are hoping to build more than 400 new bedrooms for students
Applications lodged to build flats on two separate plots of land near Battery Retail Park just weeks after councillors warn of overcrowding in south Birmingham suburb

Restaurant plans for former Midland Bank building

The former Midland Bank headquarters at 33 Bennetts Hill which could house a new restaurant or bar
Real Estate Investors lodges application to covert offices into restaurant or bar following £1.5m acquisition in April

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Major Birmingham property portfolio the Great Charles Street Estate put up for sale

The estate on Great Charles Street, over the road from the Paradise Circus development, has been put on the market for offers of more than £20 million

Selly Oak where developers are hoping to build more than 400 new bedrooms for students

Developers eye Selly Oak for more than 400 student bedrooms

Applications lodged to build flats on two separate plots of land near Battery Retail Park just weeks after councillors warn of overcrowding in south Birmingham suburb

The former Midland Bank headquarters at 33 Bennetts Hill which could house a new restaurant or bar

Restaurant plans for former Midland Bank building

Real Estate Investors lodges application to covert offices into restaurant or bar following £1.5m acquisition in April

Michael Buble on stage in concert at the NIA in March

Michael Bublé to perform as NIA renamed the Barclaycard Arena

The Canadian superstar will officially open the venue on December 2 following its two-year £26 million refurbishment

Eamonn Burns, new regional director for the Midlands with construction group Seddon

Seddon appoints new Midlands regional director

Construction group is aiming to boost turnover in the region to £100m on the back of appointment to education development framework

Brindley House, one of the projects developed by MCD

MCD directors insist it is business as usual despite liquidating ten companies

Company behind Derwent Foundry and Edgbaston Square projects says receiver appointed as part of an agreement with RBS

Sainbury's supermarket bid set for rejection

Retailer wants to build on the site of a historic pub but city planners are poised to reject redevelopment there for a second time in two years

New managing partner at CPBigwood Brett Williams (centre) with the man he replaces Nigel Curry (left) and senior partner Rory Daly

New managing partner at CPBigwood

Brett Williams succeeds Nigel Curry in the hot seat of growing firm as it continues to hunt buyout opportunities

CGI of the new Health Futures University Technical College in West Bromwich

BAM wins brief to build £9m university technical college in Sandwell

Construction group behind several projects across the region awarded latest contract to deliver specialist health college

CGI of plot two on Birch Coppice Business Park near Tamworth which will be used by UPS

UPS expands at Birch Coppice with new warehouse deal

IM Properties seals 15-year deal with global logistics group on speculatively built unit

Sutton Coldfield

Sutton Coldfield tower blocks poised for green light

Long-awaited plans are set to be backed by city council despite protests over spoilt views from Sutton Park

An artist's impression of the new M&S in Longbridge

Marks & Spencer construction to start in Longbridge next month

St. Modwen confirms start time for next phase of the new £70m Longbridge town centre

Fort Dunlop, Birmingham

Colliers International retained to market Fort Dunlop

Agency will work to fill vacant space at former tyre factory following sale during the summer

The derelict former George and Dragon pub which is undergoing a renovation programme

George and Dragon to breathe again as renovation project takes shape

Jewellery Quarter pub which has lain empty for 16 years is undergoing wholesale regeneration to become independent café or restaurant and flats

Brindley House

Brindley House developer MCD to be liquidated

MCD Developments and subsidiaries including MCD (Brindley House) are set to appoint Chantrey Vellacott as liquidator on Thursday

New recruits at DTZ in Birmingham (from left) Jonathan Browning, Oliver Bates, Paul Reynolds, James Potter, Lewis Rollason, Ian Forrester and Peter Fullam

DTZ recruits eight new faces to Birmingham team

Real estate adviser boosts rating and property management teams with swoop on city rivals to bolster Colmore Square team

35 Phones4u stores across West Midlands to close permanently

Administrator PwC confirms locations of doomed stores, including six in Birmingham, which employ 169 staff

Advanced Manufacturing Hub site in Aston where an investor is set to build a new 10,000 sq ft unit

Major investor secured for Advanced Manufacturing Hub in Aston

City council says unnamed firm has pledged to build 10,000 sq ft unit on industrial site to kick-start regeneration

Stoford director Gerard Ludlow

Stoford wins Worcester Tech Park contract

Birmingham-based development group will lead the project to build a £120m, 70-acre business park near the M5

Redrow ploughs on with Ravenhurst Playing Fields housing plans

Housebuilder submits application to build 121 houses on former playing fields despite continued protests from action group

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Major Birmingham property portfolio the Great Charles Street Estate put up for sale

Michael Buble on stage in concert at the NIA in March

Michael Bublé to perform as NIA renamed the Barclaycard Arena

Birmingham Post Business Awards

Deadline extended for Birmingham Post Business Awards 2014

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