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M&G Investments linked to Two Snowhill deal

Property group rumoured to be eyeing 14-storey office building after HS2 letting secured

Planners poised to back Sutton Conservative Club demolition

Sutton Coldfield town centre
Gracewell Healthcare hopes to build second care home in Birmingham as Conservative club looks to downsize

Two Snowhill will house new HS2 team in Birmingham

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Colmore business address to accommodate 1,500 staff moving to city to lead construction of high-speed rail link between London and the city

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Two Snow Hill, Birmingham

M&G Investments linked to Two Snowhill deal

Property group rumoured to be eyeing 14-storey office building after HS2 letting secured

Sutton Coldfield town centre

Planners poised to back Sutton Conservative Club demolition

Gracewell Healthcare hopes to build second care home in Birmingham as Conservative club looks to downsize

Two Snowhill

Two Snowhill will house new HS2 team in Birmingham

Colmore business address to accommodate 1,500 staff moving to city to lead construction of high-speed rail link between London and the city

CGI of the planned HS2 rail line

1,500 HS2 jobs for Birmingham in largest-ever public sector move

The new city base will oversee the building of the £50 billion scheme with decision-making powers shifting from London

Andy Faizey, strategic and director of Lioncourt Homes

Lioncourt Homes submits plans for 800-home development

Five-year project to regenerate 104 acres of land takes significant step forward

At the topping out ceremony for the £32 million Institute for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering are (from left) Janarthanan Ashokan, Coventry University student, John Savage of Lindum Construction and Dr Carl Perrin from the institute

£32 million engineering hub takes shape on city campus

Final part of the roof at new Institute for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering has been completed

The iCentrumTM building

Work to start on iCentrumTM building as Innovation Birmingham expands

Funding is in place for the 38,000 sq ft iCentrumTM building, enabling construction work to commence as soon as planning approval is granted

20-21 Legge Lane, the site of a planned food school which is now being marketed for residential development

Derelict Jewellery Quarter site poised for residential overhaul

Vacant plot was once going to house a £15 million college campus but is now on market for housing

Prime Minister David Cameron

Whitehall 'no longer knows best' says Prime Minister

David Cameron vows to back regions in creating their own futures during visit to Birmingham

Prime Minister David Cameron

Growth Deal investment programme worth £350 million unveiled

Governments Local Growth Fund to support host of projects in Birmingham and West Midlands including new tram lines and advanced technology centre among many others

CGI of redeveloped Anfield Stadium

Carillion wins £75 million Liverpool FC expansion project

Support services group to start work later this on Anfield stadium expansion

John Dodds, Midlands regional director at St. Modwen

St Modwen posts £12.6 million increase in pre-tax profit

Birmingham-based regeneration specialist says it is enjoying strong performance in Midlands

An artist's impression of the new M&S in Longbridge

Green light for Marks & Spencer store at Longbridge

St. Modwen to start second phase of retail development in £1 billion regeneration project in autumn

Artist's impression of the 40-bedroom Serena Hotel in Digbeth which would use the existing listed Ladbrooke House

Luxury hotel plans submitted for Ladbrooke House

Architect Alessio Venturi wants to turn building into 40-bedroom hotel with gym and spa

The Jewellery Quarter as it is today.

Jewellery Quarter given power to plan its future

Jewellery Quarter businesses and residents are to draw up a masterplan for the historic area after it was granted special status.

A computer-generated image from inside Curzon Street HS2 Station facing New Canal Street, from the Birmingham Curzon HS2 Masterplan

Minister admits HS2 rail depot will cost hundreds of jobs

Government Minister responsible for high speed rail says more than 1,300 potential jobs will be lost if depot is built on historic land in Washwood Heath

The Library of Birmingham. Picture: Jas Sansi

Recognition rolls in for Library of Birmingham with RIBA National Award

Waverley School also named national winner by RIBA as pair placed on longlist for prestigious Stirling Prize

An artist's impression of proposals for the HS2 Interchange Station near Birmingham Airport

Chinese want to back HS2 project

Memorandum of Understanding between UK and China signed during visit by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang

CGI of the planned HS2 rail line

HS2 depot could cost Birmingham 7,000 jobs, claims MP

Hodge Hill MP Liam Byrne won a debate in Parliament as part of his opposition to the planned HS2 marshalling yard on an ex-factory site in Washwood Heath

Highgate Brewery

Former Highgate Brewery to go under the hammer

CPBigwood to auction off historic Black Country side at latest sale event

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Two Snowhill

Two Snowhill will house new HS2 team in Birmingham

New Street's atrium as seen from the Rotunda

Video: New Street milestone reached as atrium roof takes shape

Birmingham city centre renaissance boosted by new regeneration company

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