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CGI of new building planned for Axis site

New future for Birmingham's Axis building unveiled

Designs revealed for what will replace landmark 1970s office block next to Mailbox shopping mall

Work will start next year to bring The Roundhouse back to life

Birmingham backs Roundhouse transformation into enterprise hub

Work will start next year on regeneration of derelict landmark building which has been vacant for a decade

Birmingham Victorian workhouse to be demolished

Campaigners say surviving part of building, known as Archway of Tears, should be restored

An artist's impression of the new HS2 route from London to Birmingham

3,000-job business park could be delayed 10 years in HS2 row

MPs from all parties accuse high speed rail developers of delaying a planned business park in Washwood Heath

Birmingham's better off without its tatty 1960s Brutalist office blocks says city planner

Councillor hits back at those battling to protect the 1960s architecture from the bulldozers

A housing estate

Autumn statement: U-turn over planned rent increase for 16,000 West Midlands households

The Government axes plan for a 'tenant tax' on council house tenants in run-up to Autumn Statement

New images show how Paradise project will look

Pair of newly released CGIs show office building One Chamberlain Square and the redeveloped public space on site of old Central Library

How police fears over snooping students put flat plans on hold

£17.5 million student flats plan for derelict Victorian factory stalled following police objections

The former Birmingham Municipal Bank, in Broad Street, Birmingham which is doubling up as the headquarters of the British Crime Agency (BCA) in new feature film, Monochrome, a thriller being debut directed by Tom Lawes, the owner of the UK's oldest working cinema, the Electric Cinema on Station Street.

Historic Municipal Bank building finally brought back to life

The landmark Broad Street building has been empty and mostly unused for more than a decade

Revamp of New Street station is in the final of a new national award

New Street station revamp up for ICE national award

Regeneration of tired old station and the new Grand Central shopping is in the final of new civil engineering award

Councillors are expected to approve redevelopment of Brandauer Works

Fire-ravaged Birmingham factory poised for student overhaul

City planners expected to award green light this week to major regeneration project which will give new life to 1850s pressings factory

Monaco House in Bristol Street could soon be demolished

Birmingham eyesore Monaco House set to be demolished

Site is where Tesco had been planning to build major city centre supermarket but became embroiled in long-running legal dispute with Asda

Sketch of how the Left Bank project could look with a 31-storey apartment block

Broad Street hotel plan scrapped for 31-storey apartment block

Left Bank project takes a new direction as developers plan to build one of Birmingham's tallest residential towers

Enormous housing scheme unveiled a stone's throw from Bullring

The long-awaited development of Connaught Square in Digbeth will see River Rea revealed for all to see again after it was hidden away in culverts for decades

Front view

Birmingham's most expensive EVER property - worth £4million!

Luxury property boasts a swimming pool, snooker room, cinema and more...

CGI of initial concept for new office and public square next to Mailbox

New plans for public square between Mailbox and Broad Street

Axis building will be demolished to make way for new office block and public square fronting onto the Arena Central development

Plans have now been lodged for 3 Arena Central (middle)

Plans unveiled for next phase of Arena Central

Developers lodge application to build 14-storey office block off Broad Street next to new home of HSBC UK which is move out of London next year

Site of the former Tramps nightclub will now house a 37-storey tower

Former Tramps nightclub to become exclusive 37-storey Broad Street apartment block

Developers confirm plans for major apartment block on the site of Tramps nightclub which will house more than 400 flats and a running track

City planners have given the green light to a new science block

Green light for University of Birmingham's latest 'striking' development

City planners back new teaching block on Edgbaston campus which will bring science and engineering teaching under one roof

New Marks & Spencer at the top of St Mary's Row in Moseley

Future for Moseley becomes clearer as Marks & Spencer scheme takes shape

Changing face of popular Birmingham suburb as work progresses on food store and health centre

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Police crime reporting scandal as 170,000 calls to 101 go unanswered

The Birmingham university named among best in UK for job prospects

Silent Night played SEVEN storeys high on new music school roof

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