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Birmingham Wholesale Market in 1978.

Nostalgic look at Birmingham Wholesale Markets ahead of £500m scheme

The markets site has a unique heritage and here we take a look back over its time as a thriving hub in the city centre

St Modwen's plans for defence staff facility in Longbridge

CGI of new residential facility in Longbridge for staff working at the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine
New proposals brought forward for six-storey block to house 180 staff working for the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine

'Stay away' from Paradise as transport chiefs warn of gridlock

Map showing changes to city centre bus routes from May 10, 2015
Next phase of traffic works in £500m redevelopment to start in May with Paradise Circus island to be partially closed and several bus routes diverted

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Birmingham Wholesale Market in 1978.

Nostalgic look at Birmingham Wholesale Markets ahead of £500m scheme

The markets site has a unique heritage and here we take a look back over its time as a thriving hub in the city centre

CGI of new residential facility in Longbridge for staff working at the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine

St Modwen's plans for defence staff facility in Longbridge

New proposals brought forward for six-storey block to house 180 staff working for the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine

Map showing changes to city centre bus routes from May 10, 2015

'Stay away' from Paradise as transport chiefs warn of gridlock

Next phase of traffic works in £500m redevelopment to start in May with Paradise Circus island to be partially closed and several bus routes diverted

The Coffin Works building in the Jewellery Quarter - one of two winners of the 2014 Renaissance Award

Newman Brothers Coffin Works and School Yard win civic award

Birmingham Civic Society recognises brace of conservation projects in annual Renaissance Award

CGI of Fabrick Square in Digbeth

New future of Harrison Drape unveiled

Former factory in Digbeth will be rebranded Fabrick Square and have four individually named buildings following £30m redevelopment

CGI of Benacre's project to build 323 studios in Upper Dean Street - the hunt for a development partner is now on

Benacre on hunt for Southside student scheme partner

Property group receives go ahead for major development on car park site close to Wholesale Markets

Work in progress - significant development has already taken place in Longbridge but there's work still to be done

Whole new 'suburban community' has risen from Longbridge ashes

£1bn rebirth of south Birmingham town could take another two decades to complete as tenth anniversary passes following collapse of MG Rover

CGI of new student development at 54 George Road looking across Islington Row Middleway

Calthorpe Estates eyes city's student market

Family property group is latest to join race to build student flats as new plans are brought forward for vacant Edgbaston site

CGI of Unite the Union's planned new hotel, offices and conference centre

Unite's plans for hotel and conference centre unveiled

UK's largest trade union lodges application to build new 170-hotel, offices and conference facilities at Birmingham Science Park Aston

Martineau Galleries

Giant Martineau Galleries site sold to Bullring owner Hammerson

Recession-hit Birmingham city centre regeneration site bought by joint owner, with new proposals expected

CGI of Lumina, work on which could start within next 12 to 18 months

Sterling confident on Lumina and Great Charles Square

Head of property firm behind key regeneration sites is bullish over their futures but keen to pin down pre-let on Lumina

6 Derwent Works in Henrietta Street could be turned into apartments and a new boxing gym for Fighting Fit

Boxing gym plans at former Jewellery Quarter metal press

Old Victorian factory could be the new home of white collar boxing gym Fighting Fit and four apartments as Javelin Block unveils latest renovation project

CGI of Three Snowhill

Landmark vision for Three Snowhill unveiled

Long-awaited office scheme will offer 360,000 sq ft of grade A offices over 16 storeys, along with 40,000 sq ft of leisure and retail space and parking spaces

CGI of St Modwen's One Park Square office development in Longbridge

Green light for One Park Square office scheme in Longbridge

Latest phase of the £70 million town centre regeneration could see hundreds of new job created with developer eyeing major corporate occupier

Demolition work on the NatWest Tower will be delayed after the city council refused planning permission

NatWest Tower developers hit out at council after plans refused

A Sterling Property Ventures director said he was "extremely disappointed" after proposals to demolish the tower were turned down by councilors

Demolition of the NatWest Tower has been blocked by city councillors

NatWest Tower demolition blocked

City councillors concerned that plot could lie vacant if plan to construct new building falls through

DTZ has been appointed to find a developer for the former IMI James Bridge Copper Works site at Darlaston

DTZ joins hunt for Phoenix 10 developer

Property consultancy appointed by HCA and Walsall Council to help bring about long-planned regeneration of former industrial site

CGI of the entrance to the new 103 Colmore Row at its corner with Newhall Street updated

New vision for NatWest Tower with demolition set to start

New computer-generated images show major changes are afoot for the well-known John Madin building

A computer-generated image of the entrance to the Eastside Locks student housing development

O'Brien chosen for work on £30 million Eastside Locks scheme

Alumno Developments’ Number 1 City Locks will provide accommodation for 659 students

CGI of Worcester Six which has been given the green light

Green light for £120m Worcester Six development

Stoford to start work on highways improvements by the middle of this year as progress continues on 90-acre development

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Coun James Hutchings is one of six elected members stepping down at the 2015 Local Elections next month

Six Birmingham city councillors to step down at local elections

The Mailbox - home of the BBC in Birmingham

Backlash as BBC recruits just 1 in 50 staff in Birmingham

Birmingham Wholesale Market in 1978.

Nostalgic look at Birmingham Wholesale Markets ahead of £500m scheme

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