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CGI of plans for new flats in Great Hampton Street

Jewellery Quarter factory set for new life as apartments

Plans to create almost 160 new apartments expected to receive the green light from city  council next week

LCP is planning £200m of investment this year

LCP plans £200m property investment

Black Country group says it is 'actively identifying opportunities' to grow its property portfolio


These are the Birmingham branches HSBC plans to close

Banking group announces more than 60 branches across the UK will shut as 180 jobs hang in the balance

This is the £300m plan to transform Edgbaston

Calthorpe Estates lodges planning application with city council and unveils new image showing how regeneration project will look

CGI of plans to build 148 apartments in Sherborne Street

New plans for apartments off Broad Street

Run-down former council depot site set to house nearly 150 new flats in a six-storey development

Former Birmingham and Midland Skin Hospital

Former Birmingham hospital on market for £1.2m

Old skin hospital built in the 1880s is now on the market and could make a venue for a new bar or restaurant

Swiss mobile repair chain launches first UK store

iKlinik chooses Birmingham city centre chosen for its first operation in the UK

Persimmon is building new homes on the former Avery Recreation Ground

Persimmon to build 116 new homes on derelict playing fields

Housebuilder says its project on former Avery site in Edgbaston will be completed by the end of 2017

Lee Gill, co-founder of Flow Office Furniture & Interiors

Black Country entrepreneurs launch new office design business

Pair combine more than half a century of experience to launch new design and fit-out company

What is happening with the Scientology HQ in Moseley?

A new application for planning permission suggests work is still to go ahead on Pitmaston House - despite ten years of inactivity.

Adrian Aston (left) and project services director Mark Bevan, from Naismiths

Brotherly hire for Naismiths in Birmingham

Commercial property consultancy expands team in the city with appointment of pair of brothers

This link bridge will go

Brutalist Smallbrook Queensway building approved for demolition

The concrete clad Ringway centre building can now be demolished despite objections from heritage campaigners

New places to eat and shop continue to open in Grand Central

Independent fashion store closes down at Grand Central

The flagship store for Birmingham menswear company Steel and Jelly is among first to close at shopping centre since it opened

John Madin's Chamber of Commerce House in Edgbaston

Comment: Madin's Chamber of Commerce House still makes a statement

Built environment campaigner Mary Keating says John Madin's Chamber of Commerce House is worth preserving

New CGI of plans for One Axis Square

Next phase of Birmingham office plan to be revealed

Latest designs for Birmingham city centre regeneration will go on show next week

HSBC UK's new head office could house up to 2,500 people

Middle East staff eye jobs at HSBC's new Birmingham base

New UK retail arm of high street bank is attracting job applicants from around the world as relocation out of London gains 'momentum'

Qatari investors in talks with Birmingham over Smithfield and Curzon Street developments

Birmingham is ready for post-Brexit global  trade and investment following visit to Doha says council leader

Eastside masterplan in line for national award

Long-term vision to regenerate parts of Eastside and Digbeth and bring Typhoo Wharf building back to life makes shortlist

From left: Ian Pitt, Lance Turner and Patrick Downes, managing partner of Bruton Knowles, outside the consultancy's new office in Worcester

Bruton Knowles grows Midlands footprint

Property consultancy launches another office in the region to work in collaboration with its team in Birmingham

iLite will open at the Mailbox in April

Mailbox unveils latest retailer to join new-look centre

iLite will opens its second store in Birmingham in the high-end shopping mall

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Battered fish on a toasted bap with lettuce, tomato and tartar sauce - the FLT

Jewellery Quarter restaurant Fishylicious in shock closure

Big changes are planned at John Lewis

John Lewis places 770 jobs under threat

Major Birmingham housing plan set to be thrown out

In This Week's Paper


Graeme Brown
Editor (Agenda and Business)
Enda Mullen
Business Reporter
Tamlyn Jones
Business Reporter
Neil Elkes
Local Government Correspondent
Emma McKinney
Education Correspondent
Ben Hurst
News Editor
Jonathan Walker
Political Editor