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130 Colmore Row which is set to be transformed into a restaurant

Restaurant plans lodged for 130 Colmore Row

Chinese investors show their hand for Grade II building following landmark investment deal earlier this year

Lakeside Industrial Estate fully let

Gemma Butler, Lambert Smith Hampton
Lambert Smith Hampton secures quartet of leases to bring Worcestershire estate up to capacity

City backs plan for Eden School on former IMI site

CGI of Islamic free school planned for former IMI site, in Wellhead Lane, Perry Barr
Go ahead for new Islamic free school despite concerns it could 'sterilise' surrounding area and impact local businesses

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130 Colmore Row which is set to be transformed into a restaurant

Restaurant plans lodged for 130 Colmore Row

Chinese investors show their hand for Grade II building following landmark investment deal earlier this year

Gemma Butler, Lambert Smith Hampton

Lakeside Industrial Estate fully let

Lambert Smith Hampton secures quartet of leases to bring Worcestershire estate up to capacity

CGI of Islamic free school planned for former IMI site, in Wellhead Lane, Perry Barr

City backs plan for Eden School on former IMI site

Go ahead for new Islamic free school despite concerns it could 'sterilise' surrounding area and impact local businesses

Professor Nick Morton, Birmingham City University

Birmingham City University launches bid to address skills shortage

University teams up with Mott MacDonald to offer work experience opportunities with engineering consultancy

The Bromford

Green light for new lease of life at The Bromford pub

Upward Care will build the properties, of which 37 have been earmarked as sheltered homes for people with learning difficulties

The Library of Birmingham, July 2013

One year on: How the Library of Birmingham brought the world to the city

'One million people streamed through the doors in the first 100 days, an astonishing 10,000 per day, and they keep on coming'

Green light for long-awaited Harrison Drape regeneration

Eight-year wait for transformation of run-down former factory should soon be over after councillors award planning permission to Seven Capital

The Aston Tavern is one of many pubs around Birmingham to undergo a facelift

Renovated and restored - Five Birmingham pubs sporting new looks

A look at some pubs which have undergone facelifts as Aston Tavern prepares to open for Villa's first home game of 2014/15 season

Jeremy Cope, of Smith Cooper, which has helped Turbosmart UK launches a new base in Birmingham

Turbosmart opens new base in Birmingham

Manufacturing group launches dedicated base in city to support UK target European and Middle East markets

CGI of 'Hutong' viewed from Masshouse Lane which has received the green light from city planners

Nikal gets green light for next phase of Masshouse scheme

Developer to build 15 apartments and a retail unit on land next to Masshouse and Hive towers

The bar in Temple Street Social which has been placed on the market

Temple Street Social in Birmingham placed on the market

City centre business is being marketed by Christie + Co for £125,000 for leasehold interest

Selfridges' famous window displays arrive in the Bullring

Selfridges' famous window displays come to Bullring

The favourite with tourists in the capital have been been launched in Birmingham as part of £20m revamp

CGI of the new HydraForce factory at the Advanced Manufacturing Hub

HydraForce's expansion means hundreds of new jobs

Hydraulic firm announces work will start on new manufacturing hub in Aston next month

Owner Michelle Monaghan applies finishing touches to the refurbished Aston Tavern

Aston Tavern owners want new-look pub to be Michelin-star quality

Punters will get a look at the Aston Hall Road pub when it opens for business on Saturday to coincide with Aston Villa's first home match of the football season

The new Library of Birmingham was developed by Carillion which has seen its latest merger bid rejected by Balfour Beatty updated

Balfour Beatty rejects latest merger bid by Carillion

Support services group dealt latest, and possibly, final blow in its bid to secure a deal to create construction giant

Bennetts Hill, in Birmingham city centre, where Prime Time Recruitment and Sugarman Group have taken new office space

Prime Time Recruitment and Sugarman take space in Bennetts Hill

Hortons' Estate secures latest letting for city centre office location following deals with People Line and SLC Rail

CGI of new student halls at the University of Birmingham

University of Birmingham launches next phase of £300m regeneration

Hunt is on for contractor to build new student halls and sports complex next to Grange Road Gate

Balfour Beatty, which is leading the Midland Metro tram extension in Birmingham city centre, has been handed a revised merger deal from rival Carillion

Carillion ups ante with improved offer for Balfour Beatty

Black Country support services makes latest bid to tempt rival into merger deal with 36 per cent premium on previous valuation

27 Frederick Street, in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, which is to be renovated into a new office complex

Titanium to breathe new life into Jewellery Quarter property

Telecommunications firm joins long list of renovation projects taking place in city's historic hub of manufacturing

150-152 Great Charles Street which is being auctioned in October by CPBigwood

Birmingham City Council to sell landmark Great Charles Street building

Auction house assigned task of selling city council building with guide price of £950,000

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130 Colmore Row which is set to be transformed into a restaurant

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