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An artist's impression of the type of building now being planned at the V Building site

Plans for V Building site set for go-ahead despite Alpha Tower concerns

Proposals for the new residential tower block at the Arena Central site have been earmarked for approval by planning officers

Holiday Inn Solihull embarks on £1m ground floor refurbishment

The eight-week project is set to be completed by the middle of March

Fiddle & Bone in Birmingham makes long-awaited return

The Fiddle & Bone
One of the most popular bars for live music fans opens again this weekend after a 10-year wait

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An artist's impression of the type of building now being planned at the V Building site

Plans for V Building site set for go-ahead despite Alpha Tower concerns

Proposals for the new residential tower block at the Arena Central site have been earmarked for approval by planning officers

Holiday Inn Solihull embarks on £1m ground floor refurbishment

The eight-week project is set to be completed by the middle of March

The Fiddle & Bone

Fiddle & Bone in Birmingham makes long-awaited return

One of the most popular bars for live music fans opens again this weekend after a 10-year wait

An artist's impression of the proposed Icknield Port Loop development near Edgbaston Reservoir

9,000 Midland house plots 'sat on' by Homes and Communities Agency

The agency has 1,500 acres of public sector land across the country, of which 596 acres are in the Midlands

Birmingham Wholesale Markets in Pershore Street, Digbeth

Wholesale Markets and Icknield Port Loop on show at MIPIM 2015

Greater Birmingham’s schedule will comprise 11 events and 25 speakers across the four-day property exhibition

New atrium and roof at New Street station has been unveiled

Pictures: New Street station atrium demolition finishes

Latest look at the wide atrium and new roof which allows the station to be flooded with daylight as the countdown continues to September opening

Persimmon has vowed to invest £100m in the former Selly Oak Hospital site

Persimmon pledges £100m and 1,500 jobs with Selly Oak Hospital regen

New housing estate in south Birmingham will regenerate former hospital site which closed down following QE Hospital launch in 2010

Jonathan Green, St Modwen

St Modwen lodges new plans for Centurion Park expansion

Regeneration group hopes to build more than 200,000 sq ft of industrial use across two warehouses

Hogarths Stone Manor near Kidderminster which has been acquired by Helena and Andy Hogarth

Stone Manor Hotel under new ownership

Couple behind Hogarths Hotel & Restaurant in Solihull have acquired their second property

St James's House, in Frederick Road, Edgbaston

Clinging on to the dwindling legacy of a 20th century great

It is shameful the later products of architect John Madin's career are so unappreciated in the city he called home, argues Joe Holyoak

LDV site at Washwood Heath has been freed up by HS2 to allow development there

HS2 land freed to create over 2,000 jobs in Washwood Heath

Land in east Birmingham once earmarked for train yards can now be developed under new vision called East Birmingham Growth Prospectus

CGI of revised plans to build 267 student bedrooms at 495-505 Bristol Road in Selly Oak

Rich Bitch Studios scheme scaled down after council concerns

Scaled-down proposal for Rich Bitch Studios site has been lodged with council after it was withdrawn over concerns it was too large

CGI of shopping area at Resorts World Birmingham

Next and PizzaExpress sign up to Resorts World Birmingham

TGI Friday's also agrees to take space as roster of tenants mounts up at leisure and conference complex

The Newman Brothers Coffin Works Factory in Fleet Street has been shortlisted in the RICS 2015 West Midlands Awards

Shortlisted unveiled for 2015 RICS West Midlands

Barclaycard Arena and airport runway extension among a host of schemes from across the region to make the final shortlist

David Bailey

Birmingham development centres too much on 'glamour projects'

Focus needs to shift away from city centre says Professor David Bailey at debate on damning Kerslake review

Paula James, from London & Cambridge Properties, with Map Concrete Pumping director Mark Phillips on the newly built Progress Point business park in Kingswinford

Progress Point welcomes first tenant

New Black Country business park signs up Map Concrete Pumping following £1.5m build programme

Two floors above The Rope Walk, in St Paul's Square, could be converted into a 31-bedroom hotel

New hotel plans for Jewellery Quarter building

Husband and wife team behind renovation of The Village in Moseley are now eyeing a project above a pub in St Paul's Square

Redrow has submitted revised plans for the former Ravenhurst Playing Fields in Harborne

Redrow revises plans for controversial Harborne housing project

Action group continues to battle plans to redevelop former Ravenhurst Playing Fields as new-look scheme is brought forward by housebuilding giant

Architect John Madin in front of Central Library

A brutal end for the vision of John Madin

Demolition starts this month to tear down one of Birmingham's most recognisable landmarks. As fans of Central Library bid it a fond farewell, Tamlyn Jones takes a look at the legacy of its controversial architect

Green light for Sparkhill pool and leisure complex

City councillors welcome changes to bring out-of-use centre back to life after sitting idle since 2009

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Aston Martin's Lagonda Taraf

Aston Martin to extend availability of Lagonda Taraf beyond Middle East

The Electric Cinema in Birmingham City centre.

Electric Cinema fears allayed after apartment plans withdrawn

BBC in Birmingham

BBC can't ignore Midlands after licence fee overhaul, MP claims

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