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A move by traders from the Birmingham Wholesale Markets site is a step closer

Birmingham Wholesale Markets vision a step nearer

New plans lodged for huge out-of-town site in the north of the city to replace markets site near Bullring which is set to become leisure and residential development

West Midlands properties sold in deals worth £23m

CGI of Technology Retail Park in Rugby
Trio of transactions shows region's industrial property market remains buoyant with deals in Warwickshire, Dudley and Telford

Record-breaking results for St Modwen

Stephen Prosser, St Modwen
Property and regeneration group enjoys major increase in profit and revenue as it continues to believe in the regional marketplace

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A move by traders from the Birmingham Wholesale Markets site is a step closer

Birmingham Wholesale Markets vision a step nearer

New plans lodged for huge out-of-town site in the north of the city to replace markets site near Bullring which is set to become leisure and residential development

CGI of Technology Retail Park in Rugby

West Midlands properties sold in deals worth £23m

Trio of transactions shows region's industrial property market remains buoyant with deals in Warwickshire, Dudley and Telford

Stephen Prosser, St Modwen

Record-breaking results for St Modwen

Property and regeneration group enjoys major increase in profit and revenue as it continues to believe in the regional marketplace

Another restaurant could be joining Bullring's long list of places to eat

Bill's has eye on Bullring for first Birmingham restaurant

National restaurant chain looks to grow Midlands presence with fifth outlet in the region and first in the city

Tesco's store at Five Ways Island looks set to close

Tesco to close Edgbaston store

Beleaguered supermarket chains announces plan to shut store at Five Ways Island which has placed 225 jobs at risk

CGI of the rear of 55 Colmore Row

New images show revamped 55 Colmore Row

Work starts on £30m renovation of historic office building once left vacant following departure of city law firm

The Battery Park site in Selly Oak where Sainsbury's has applied to build a new store

Sainsbury's plans in for Selly Oak site

Long-awaited regeneration of Battery Park gathers pace as major applications lodged for supermarket, retail units and 424-room student accommodation

CGI of public realm outside Two Chamberlain Square

Pictures: New images of Paradise office buildings

Newly released CGIs and renders show how the first phases of the £500 million Paradise development will look around Chamberlain Square

Gerry Poutney outside part of Pype Hayes Hall

Hotel plan for old Pype Hayes Hall dating back to Civil War

Property investor to restore old Pype Hayes council offices to original glory

Inside Gas Retort House

Hallelujah! Church plans at historic gasworks get green light

Work can start on a new church off Broad Street after Birmingham City Council planning committee grants permission

NatWest Tower redevelopment 'boosts Birmingham's skyline'

Proposals for John Madin building, which include a rooftop restaurant, given enthusiastic welcome by council planners

Greg Kirby, Stuart Franks, Rupert Young, Peter Monks, Lucy Hansell, Verity Cubitt, Jilly Cosgrove, George Jennings, Jo Salmon, Sarah Whittington and John Nolan, attend The Brenda Awards, staged at the Burlington Hotel.

Spoof property awards raise more than £33,000 for city charities

The Brenda Awards is the annual tongue-in-cheek event that sees the Birmingham commercial property sector join forces to raise funds for disadvantaged children.

Martin Hoare of H&S Legal, Jason Nash, relationship manager professional practices at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking in Birmingham, Adrian Shaw manager at H&S Legal and Nan Anima-Marfoh of H&S Legal

H&S Legal secures Lloyds Bank's backing for St Paul's Square office purchase

H&S Legal had been based at its rented premises on Spencer Street in the Jewellery Quarter since it was established in 2005

Marks & Spencer has taken the keys to its store in Longbridge for fit out

St Modwen hands over M&S Longbridge store

High street chain starts fit out of Midlands' biggest Marks & Spencer in time for Christmas opening

Birmingham Properties Group unveils £45m development plans

Group unveils a host of residential schemes following major investment in West Midland properties

Bloc starts hotel expansion as owners eye second Birmingham site

More than 30 apart-hotel rooms are being added to Jewellery Quarter hotel as team is on the cusp of signing deal for new base

Tom Bathurst, DTZ

DTZ boosts residential team with new hire

Tom Bathurst joins Birmingham team of property consultancy as senior surveyor from rival outfit Savills

Northfield Manor House, once home to George Cadbury, before it was ravaged by fire

University of Birmingham vows to rebuild Northfield Manor

Historic building gutted by fire last year will be develop 'to mirror original manor house' says vice-principal

Birmingham unveils new £5.8m housing plan

City council vows to build more than 650 new homes over the next year under a new investment programme

The 43-acre Selly Oak Hospital site where Persimmon has lodged plans for the second phase of development

Persimmon lodges plans for next phase of Selly Oak Hospital redevelopment

Housebuilder aims to build 68 homes on land in south Birmingham as regeneration of old hospital site gathers pace

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A move by traders from the Birmingham Wholesale Markets site is a step closer

Birmingham Wholesale Markets vision a step nearer

Peter Salmon, director of BBC England

BBC chief Peter Salmon outlines expansion plans - for the North

Another restaurant could be joining Bullring's long list of places to eat

Bill's has eye on Bullring for first Birmingham restaurant

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