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Broad Street in Birmingham

Karaoke Box and Rub Smokehouse heading to Birmingham's Broad Street

The pair have taken the final two units at the Regency Wharf leisure scheme off the popular nightspot

Birmingham rents 'running hotter than London's' in parts

Andrew Bryant, sales and lettings manager at CPBigwood
Expert claims the statistics are another reason for owners to take the plunge and put their properties on to the rental market

More blended images showing how Birmingham has changed from days gone by

A blended image showing Birmingham Law Courts in 1900 and 2012
A unique look at the changing face of the city with Edgbaston stadium, the Birmingham law courts and high streets of Erdington and Moseley given the blended image treatment

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Broad Street in Birmingham

Karaoke Box and Rub Smokehouse heading to Birmingham's Broad Street

The pair have taken the final two units at the Regency Wharf leisure scheme off the popular nightspot

Andrew Bryant, sales and lettings manager at CPBigwood

Birmingham rents 'running hotter than London's' in parts

Expert claims the statistics are another reason for owners to take the plunge and put their properties on to the rental market

A blended image showing Birmingham Law Courts in 1900 and 2012

More blended images showing how Birmingham has changed from days gone by

A unique look at the changing face of the city with Edgbaston stadium, the Birmingham law courts and high streets of Erdington and Moseley given the blended image treatment

CGI of the Left Bank development looking up Oozells Way towards Broad Street

Calls to reject Broad Street hotel and apartment project

City councillors urged to knock back Regal's plan for new development in centre of Birmingham's busiest area for bars and nightclubs over fears residents will find it too noisy

Pershore Weir Hydro Station was named overall winner at the 2015 ICE West Midlands Awards

Pershore Weir Hydro Station wins Institution of Civil Engineers award

Green energy plant in Worcestershire crowned region's best while Birmingham Airport runway extension and the restoration of Waterstones also win awards

Regeneration of Longbridge has been named project of the year by RICS West Midlands

Longbridge regeneration named region's best by RICS

First phase of town centre revamp beats 30 other projects to take home the top prize while Newman Brothers Coffin Works wins a brace

Dusk CGI looking towards Colmore business district shows new building in situ with One and Two Snowhill and Colmore Gate in the background

Landmark Three Snowhill scheme set for go-ahead

The scheme, which will complete the Snowhill development triumvirate, will go before Birmingham City Council’s planning department

Apartments planned near Arena Central as city centre living growth continues

New proposals for city flats close to Broad Street will tap into moves by companies such as HSBC which are bringing thousands of staff to Birmingham

Midland businessman Raymond Liu

Chinese super-rich to visit vast Birmingham regeneration schemes

Delegation has been organised by Midland businessman Raymond Liu

Adagio Hotel in the Beorma Quarter nears completion

Next phase of Beorma Quarter to be lodged this year

Designs are being finalised by developer Salhia for second element as final touches are put to phase one which contains Adagio Hotel and innovation centre

Arena Central site as seen from the 25th floor of Alpha Tower

Gallery: Arena Central from up on high

New images taken from 25th floor of Alpha Tower show demolition work progressing as former ATV studios slowly disappears

Cargo Carriers director Shabeg Chahal (centre) with Simon Freeman and Philip Hill from Barclays (left and right)

Barclays backs Cargo Carriers in land deal

Black Country firm expands base with purchase of 2.5-acre site which will enable to store additional vehicles

James Shelley, Wakemans

Wakemans appointed to advise on £450m property portfolio

Birmingham-based consultancy will work with London outfit Pall Mall Estates which owns more than 500 properties

Board of Hortons' Estate, from left: Peter Lee, property director Richard Norgrove, Simon Gulliford, chairman Peter Horton, chief executive Tony Green and non-exec director Henry Horton

New board line-up at Hortons' Estate

Property company recruits another member of the Horton family as chairman while two other directors join senior team

Golden Square in the Jewellery Quarter

A golden development in the Jewellery Quarter

A welcome piece of public realm has been built in the Jewellery Quarter, something the city needs more of, argues Joe Holyoak

CGI of Two Cornwall Street

Green light for £14m Birmingham office renovation

Bruntwood plans a wholesale revamp of vacant complex in Cornwall Street after previous demolition project never came to fruition

Selly Oak retail park signs household names

M&S Simply Food and TK Maxx among those to take space at Battery Retail Park with companies expected to be in situ by the end of the year

Revised plans to build 267 student bedrooms in Selly Oak have now been given the green light by city planners

Selly Oak 'grain silo for students' given green light

Demolition of Rich Bitch music studios will now go ahead to make way for latest development of student rooms in city suburb

CGI of plans to redevelop 3-5 Legge Lane into flats and commercial units

Former Jewellery Quarter pen factory could be reborn as apartments

Housing and commercial plans lodged for empty unit which was first constructed in the 1890s but has lain vacant for seven years

Head of CBRE in Birmingham Martin Guest (front right) with new executive directors Ashley Hancox (front left) and Ed Gamble (back right) and other newly promoted members of the team

New directors lead promotions at CBRE

All change at Birmingham office of consultancy as two new executive directors are appointed while ten other staff step up

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Broad Street in Birmingham

Karaoke Box and Rub Smokehouse heading to Birmingham's Broad Street

The old ABC cinema in New Street and Ethel Street in Birmingham city centre.

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