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Building society chief executive Jonathan Westhoff, Sandwell Council deputy leader and cabinet member for town and neighbourhood services, Mahboob Hussain, and Adrian Kenny, contracts manager for Thomas Vale Construction

Supplement: Who's Who In Construction

Who’s Who In Construction, published today, shows the progress being made on the ground in the region

Facelift and new deal for Cube's Laurent-Perrier champagne bar

The new-look Laurent-Perrier Champagne Bar on the 25th floor of The Cube
Upholstery firm Mr McQueen leads revamp of 25th-floor bar

Regeneration project for Colmore Square

Enjoying the new-look Colmore Square in Birmingham (from left): Jason Jackson of Shoosmiths, Peter Dunlop of Capita and Rob Valentine and Mike Mounfield of Colmore Business District
New landscaping and chess garden as public square undergoes revamp led by Colmore Business District

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Building society chief executive Jonathan Westhoff, Sandwell Council deputy leader and cabinet member for town and neighbourhood services, Mahboob Hussain, and Adrian Kenny, contracts manager for Thomas Vale Construction

Supplement: Who's Who In Construction

Who’s Who In Construction, published today, shows the progress being made on the ground in the region

The new-look Laurent-Perrier Champagne Bar on the 25th floor of The Cube

Facelift and new deal for Cube's Laurent-Perrier champagne bar

Upholstery firm Mr McQueen leads revamp of 25th-floor bar

Enjoying the new-look Colmore Square in Birmingham (from left): Jason Jackson of Shoosmiths, Peter Dunlop of Capita and Rob Valentine and Mike Mounfield of Colmore Business District

Regeneration project for Colmore Square

New landscaping and chess garden as public square undergoes revamp led by Colmore Business District

DTZ's new recruits Alan Vandrill (left) and Derek Lawrence

Building services team boost for DTZ

Birmingham office of real estate services firm strengthens project and building consultancy team

The Library Of Birmingham won three categories at the 2014 RIBA West Midlands Awards

Library of Birmingham sweeps board at RIBA Awards

City's landmark £188 million library named region's top building alongside two other category wins

Urban Splash at Fort Dunlop.

£135m refinancing at Fort Dunlop firm Urban Splash

The firm has also agreed a joint venture with London property group Pears, covering 35 Urban Splash properties

Cavendish House in Dudley

'Blot on the landscape' in Black Country to be knocked down

Cavendish House, which councillors say is a  “blot on the landscape” has been earmarked for demolition.

The former Midland Bank headquarters at 33 Bennetts Hill

Original Midland Bank in Birmingham changes hands

Paul Bassi’s quoted Real Estate Investors has added its tenth Birmingham city centre office building with the purchase of the former Midland Bank building at 33 Bennetts Hill.

Artist's impression of the new Lion Health Centre in Stourbridge which is due to open this week

Lion Health Centre sold in £8.5m property deal

Patients in Stourbridge set to enjoy new state-of-the-art facility as Primary Health Properties acquires site.

Willmott Dixon

Bumper £91m Midland deals for construction firm Willmott Dixon

Huge contract from Orbit Heart of England to deliver responsive repairs to homes across Stratford-upon-Avon, Rugby, Burton-on-Trent, Coventry, Hinckley and Northampton

Birmingham city centre at night

Architecture festival returns to Birmingham

Four-day event will showcase the finest architecture from across the city.

Event company mclcreate expands Birmingham base

An exhibition and event company has grown its Birmingham base to manage major UK shows.

City Living: 181 apartments planned for The Waterfront in Brierley Hill

Point North building could become most sought-after location in Black Country

Two Snowhill

Two Snowhill triumphs at BCO property awards

City centre office building to compete at national finals after being crowned region's top commercial workspace

The former Swan Kettles factory will form part of the St George's Urban Village

Birmingham city living: Jewellery Quarter kettle factory to house 550 apartments

Former Swan Kettles building in Icknield Street has stood empty for more than a decade.

No1 Hagley Road, Edgbaston

Birmingham city living: 1970s office block One Hagley Road set for conversion into 270 homes

Homes at Edgbaston building will cost between £130,000 and £250,000, with a mixture of one, two and three-bedroom properties.

Westfield Merry Hill, Brierley Hill

Region's deal market on stable footing says Experian report

New Experian report shows deal values increased by 227 per cent after brace of Westfield shopping centre deals.

Colmore Business District chairman Gary Cardin and vice-chairman Rob Valentine (bottom left) with the CBD team and PCSO Matt Jones

New home for Colmore Business District

The business improvement district team has moved to Waterloo House and promoted events manager Tahreen Kutub.

George Osborne

Pension changes 'will breathe life into housing market'

From next April, the Chancellor’s changes will see everyone in a defined contribution pension scheme able to access their entire pension pot at the age of 55

Rider Levett Bucknall's offices before the flood.

Office flood fails to dampen Rider Levett Bucknall ahead of awards

Staff at property consultancy were up and running shortly after being flooded out of Colmore Row office.     

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Primitivo marks 18th birthday

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Broadcaster at charity event to mark International Women's Day

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Graeme Brown
Regional Head of Business
Enda Mullen
Business Reporter
Cillian O’ Brien
Business Reporter
Jon Griffin
Business Reporter
Alison Jones
Features writer
Ben Hurst
News Editor
Jonathan Walker
Political Editor