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From left: Luke Neal, of White Rose Chartered Surveyors, Rob Swadkin and Dave Hunt, of Solo Rail, Stuart Haydon, of A&J Mucklow, and Jonathan Robinson, of DTZ

Solo Rail Solutions expands on Long Acre Trading Estate

Rail products firm takes final available units on Birmingham industrial estate

Lloyds back Jeremy McGinn and Co Redditch move

Jeremy McGinn, managing director of Jeremy McGinn and Co , Mark Corfield, relationship manager at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking and Nick Archer, financial director at Jeremy McGinn and Co
Jeremy McGinn and Co has relocated to The Old Church, a converted church building in Alcester Street a short distance from its original headquarters on Church Green East

Birmingham takeaway clampdown under fire from planners

There are rules restricting the number of takeaways in a certain location
The policy limits the number of fish and chip, kebab, pizza, burger, fried chicken, Chinese and Indian take aways in a shopping parade to ten per cent of total retail space

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From left: Luke Neal, of White Rose Chartered Surveyors, Rob Swadkin and Dave Hunt, of Solo Rail, Stuart Haydon, of A&J Mucklow, and Jonathan Robinson, of DTZ

Solo Rail Solutions expands on Long Acre Trading Estate

Rail products firm takes final available units on Birmingham industrial estate

Jeremy McGinn, managing director of Jeremy McGinn and Co , Mark Corfield, relationship manager at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking and Nick Archer, financial director at Jeremy McGinn and Co

Lloyds back Jeremy McGinn and Co Redditch move

Jeremy McGinn and Co has relocated to The Old Church, a converted church building in Alcester Street a short distance from its original headquarters on Church Green East

There are rules restricting the number of takeaways in a certain location

Birmingham takeaway clampdown under fire from planners

The policy limits the number of fish and chip, kebab, pizza, burger, fried chicken, Chinese and Indian take aways in a shopping parade to ten per cent of total retail space

Court Collaboration recruits Ivan Woodward as projects director

Director will oversee development of former Snobs building and 130 Colmore Row, where Lasan is setting up a new venture

Picture from 1905. Homes that were amongst the first to be built on the Bournville estate

Pictures: Bournville Village Trust opens archives to show town planning masterpiece

The photographs show Bournville as it was as far back as 1879, painting a picture of the estate, which was the vision of George Cadbury, in its formative years

Plans for 1,000 Birmingham city centre homes at Exchange Square

Proposals for major Birmingham city centre site change as developer aims to help solve housing crisis

Centenary Square

Birmingham’s Centenary Square to be redesigned

A competion for the public space is now being launched through the Royal  Institute of British Architects (RIBA)  and the Landscape Institute on behalf of the city council

Aston University

New Aston University business school after £35m boost

A £35 million package will provide vital cash support for a range of new developments and facelift work at Aston, including the new £60 million medical school project confirmed earlier this year

The Library of Birmingham

RIBA Stirling Prize: Library of Birmingham misses out on award

Birmingham landmark loses out to Liverpool's Everyman Theatre for prestigious RIBA accolade despite topping public vote

David Bucknall OBE

Special summit to shine light on Midlands infrastructure

Government has been working with the construction industry to develop a long-term vision – ‘Construction 2025’

77 new homes after council's bid to block development overturned

Revelan Group’s proposals for 77 homes on land off Eastern Avenue were unanimously rejected by Lichfield District Council’s planning committee in February

Developer Hinton Properties trades Warwickshire for Worcestershire

The retail and leisure developer and investor has moved from Warwick to accommodate its expanding team

The site of the HS2 College in Birmingham shown from Google Maps

Giant Birmingham site for HS2 College development

A 3.3-acre site – the size of two football pitches – is being cleared at Ashted Lock on Birmingham Science Park Aston

Battery Park in Selly Oak

Sir Albert Bore's despair at stalled rebirth of old industrial site

Birmingham council leader Sir Albert Bore admits despair at stalled rebirth of old industrial site Battery Park in Selly Oak.

The site of the old Meteor Ford car dealership in St Mary’s Row, Moseley

Marks & Spencer's Moseley mission to open new food store

Retailer looks to succeed in redeveloping former car dealer site after Tesco withdrew following local opposition

Franklin House in Bournville which is set to be transformed into an apartment complex

Former Cadbury HQ to become £16m apartment complex

City developer Anthony McCourt teams up with Chinese investors again for latest property project

Trident Park near Leamington which has sold out ahead of reaching practical completion

Trident Park sells out ahead of completion

Warwickshire industrial park ready for new occupiers to move in as all 14 units snapped up before development is finished

Savills sells Warwick Technology Park building

Wireless House acquired from Arqiva by private investor in largest deal in Leamington and Warwick for many years

John Lewis, anchor store for the new Grand Central shopping centre which opens in September 2015

John Lewis finishes first Grand Central sign

Store taking shape ahead of grand opening next year alongside the revamped New Street station

Gordon Garnett, who has joined the ratings team at Colliers International in Birmingham

Colliers International expands rating team in Birmingham

Property consultancy recruits industry specialist Gordon Garnett who has more than 40 years' experience

Videos & Photos

JLR's new Engine Manufacturing Centre UK has won a national award from RICS

Jaguar Land Rover's new engine plant wins national RICS award

Film director Ken Loach dismisses Steven Knight's plan for sound stage in Birmingham

Picture from 1905. Homes that were amongst the first to be built on the Bournville estate

Pictures: Bournville Village Trust opens archives to show town planning masterpiece

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