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CGI of plans for a new canalside development at Soho Loop

Soho Loop canalside scheme gets green light

The mixed-use proposals were warmly welcomed by Birmingham City Council’s planning committee

CGI of plans to redevelop the former Christopher Wray lighting factory

Christopher Wray restoration given the go ahead

Project to renovate old buildings and construct new 15-storey tower in Eastside district should be finished by summer 2017

Supporters have called again for Central Library to be saved

Call for moratorium on Central Library demolition

Supporters pen letter to this week's Post pleading with council and Argent to halt development so new application for listed status can be made

This plot next to Edgbaston Stadium is being sold for redevelopment

Edgbaston development site brought to market

Prime site next to home of Warwickshire CCC and Cannon Hill Park is being offered for redevelopment and has permission for residential and commercial uses

A £6m grant will help to complete restoration of the Grand Hotel

£6m boost to complete Grand Hotel works

Historic building in Birmingham city centre will finally reopen as a hotel in 2018 following grant award

New images show NatWest Tower demolition progress

While work to knock down the 22-storey John Madin building is largely taking place behind cover, these images show it is on track

Cavendish House in Dudley

Cavendish House to be demolished ahead of £50m Dudley regeneration

Commercial property developer Avenbury Properties secured Cavendish House with a £800,000, and will now knock down the seven-storey building

The road linking Great Charles Street with Paradise Street is to close for Paradise work

Road closure warning as Paradise scheme ramps up

The one-way link road that joins Great Charles Street to Paradise Street and runs alongside Town Hall is to close from Sunday

Aerial view of the St George's Urban Village site

Jewellery Quarter regeneration project back with planners

Fewer apartments but extra commercial space as Seven Capital revamps its plans for the St George's Urban Village development

Clearance work has now started at The Hub in Witton to create the new Wholesale Markets

Works starts on Wholesale Markets move

New major hub to be built in Witton is expected to be ready by the end of 2016 as clearance work gets under way

Harworth Estates will now appeal the rejection of its plans to redevelop the former Daw Mill colliery

Daw Mill colliery developer to appeal council rejection

Harworth Estates says it has reacted to concerns but North Warwickshire Borough Council believes 'very special circumstances' have not been demonstrated to allow green belt development

Regeneration of Daw Mill colliery could be stalled tonight

Daw Mill colliery regeneration set to be thrown out

Plans to turn the site in north Warwickshire into a rail hub have been recommended for refusal over concerns about 'substantial' impact on the countryside

CGI of the new student flats in Legge Street

New images of Gun Quarter redevelopment

CGIs show how new 534-bedroom student block next to the A38 will look as diggers bring down the former oil factory called Charter House

30-52 Vittoria Street are the latest in a long line of old Jewellery Quarter factories to be given a new life as apartments

Renovation for Jewellery Quarter factories which supplied First World War troops

Historic trio of old factories which date back 150 years are to undergo a wholesale regeneration as more unused property is brought forward for residential redevelopment

Two new restaurants strengthen Colmore Row foodie revolution

Some 15,000 sq ft of restaurant space is being developed on the lower ground floor of 55 Colmore Row

CGI of the new-look Chamberlain Square

Paradise Forum to close as Central Library demolition nears

Walk through will shut this weekend and new road restrictions to come into force next month which will finally signal the end of John Madin's landmark library

CGI shows former Belmont Works (left) and 8 Cardigan Street

New plans in for historic Belmont Works factory

Goodman lodges application to part-demolish and regenerate the former cycle plant which dates back to 1890s as part of Eastside Locks vision

A view across the canal - CGI of Fielding and Beaumont's plans to build 520 student bedrooms in the Gun Quarter

Gun Quarter plot to house 520 student rooms

Latest regeneration project for city district would see even more accommodation built there for Birmingham's growing student population

Plans have been lodged to build 99 flats on this site in the Jewellery Quarter

Third apartment complex for Jewellery Quarter street

More plans have been lodged to build new flats on the same road as two other schemes in manufacturing quarter as London-based group looks to renovate derelict site

The Assay Office in Newhall Street is undergoing a major regeneration

Silver lining for Jewellery Quarter's Assay Office

As work starts on a new dawn for the Assay Office, the Post gets the inside track on its future

Videos & Photos

The Escape of Lions from the Menagerie at Birmingham The Graphic, 5 October 1889

The day a lion escaped and went on the rampage in Aston

Watch: Full-size Silverstone racetrack recreated on frozen Arctic lake

CGI of plans to redevelop the former Christopher Wray lighting factory

Christopher Wray restoration given the go ahead


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