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Seven Capital appoints CWA to city centre developments

Jewellery Quarter engineering consultancy continues ongoing relationship with property investor as it ploughs £150m in Birmingham's residential market

Beorma Quarter takes shape ahead of summer opening

New image of the Beorma Quarter shows Adagio Hotel taking shape on the left and former Digbeth Cold Storage building
New images show progress on Hotel Adagio as contractor BAM wins national recognition from Considerate Constructors Scheme

Plans for V Building site set for go-ahead despite Alpha Tower concerns

An artist's impression of the type of building now being planned at the V Building site
Proposals for the new residential tower block at the Arena Central site have been earmarked for approval by planning officers

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CWA director Steve Wedge

Seven Capital appoints CWA to city centre developments

Jewellery Quarter engineering consultancy continues ongoing relationship with property investor as it ploughs £150m in Birmingham's residential market

New image of the Beorma Quarter shows Adagio Hotel taking shape on the left and former Digbeth Cold Storage building

Beorma Quarter takes shape ahead of summer opening

New images show progress on Hotel Adagio as contractor BAM wins national recognition from Considerate Constructors Scheme

An artist's impression of the type of building now being planned at the V Building site

Plans for V Building site set for go-ahead despite Alpha Tower concerns

Proposals for the new residential tower block at the Arena Central site have been earmarked for approval by planning officers

Windsor Street Gasworks, in Nechells will be developed

East of Birmingham growth and jobs drive is launched

Birmingham City Council reveals vision to create 9,000 jobs in deprived half of city as HS2 relents over land dispute

An artist's impression of the proposed Icknield Port Loop development near Edgbaston Reservoir

9,000 Midland house plots 'sat on' by Homes and Communities Agency

The agency has 1,500 acres of public sector land across the country, of which 596 acres are in the Midlands

Birmingham Wholesale Markets in Pershore Street, Digbeth

Wholesale Markets and Icknield Port Loop on show at MIPIM 2015

Greater Birmingham’s schedule will comprise 11 events and 25 speakers across the four-day property exhibition

New atrium and roof at New Street station has been unveiled

Pictures: New Street station atrium demolition finishes

Latest look at the wide atrium and new roof which allows the station to be flooded with daylight as the countdown continues to September opening

Persimmon has vowed to invest £100m in the former Selly Oak Hospital site

Persimmon pledges £100m and 1,500 jobs with Selly Oak Hospital regen

New housing estate in south Birmingham will regenerate former hospital site which closed down following QE Hospital launch in 2010

Jonathan Green, St Modwen

St Modwen lodges new plans for Centurion Park expansion

Regeneration group hopes to build more than 200,000 sq ft of industrial use across two warehouses

LDV site at Washwood Heath has been freed up by HS2 to allow development there

HS2 land freed to create over 2,000 jobs in Washwood Heath

Land in east Birmingham once earmarked for train yards can now be developed under new vision called East Birmingham Growth Prospectus

David Bailey

Birmingham development centres too much on 'glamour projects'

Focus needs to shift away from city centre says Professor David Bailey at debate on damning Kerslake review

Redrow has submitted revised plans for the former Ravenhurst Playing Fields in Harborne

Redrow revises plans for controversial Harborne housing project

Action group continues to battle plans to redevelop former Ravenhurst Playing Fields as new-look scheme is brought forward by housebuilding giant

Green light for Sparkhill pool and leisure complex

City councillors welcome changes to bring out-of-use centre back to life after sitting idle since 2009

CGI of the Ridley House development - one of four brought forward this month by Seven Capital

Seven Capital to build £150m of new city homes

Quartet of new developments unveiled as property group continues its long-term investment into the city

CGI of the Landsdowne House development at Five Ways Island

Seven Capital launches Landsdowne House residential tower

Property investor showcases latest plans to add to Birmingham's growing portfolio of apartment projects

CGI shows an aerial view of the St George's Urban Village development

St George's Urban Village plans for 600 Jewellery Quarter homes

Spades are ready to start on the Quarter's largest residential scheme in a decade after Seven Capital lodges plans for new 'village'

CGI showing parking, central square and flats on land off Florence, Windmill and Bow streets

Apartment plans for vacant land behind O2 Academy

Developers eye run-down plot in city centre to build more than 300 flats as another residential project lands with planners

A computer-generated image of plans for the new Innside hotel on Broad Street, Birmingham

New vision for Regal Tower site on Broad Street

New image shows plans for landmark building where Birmingham's biggest tower was once planned

Site of the former Smith & Nephew factory on the corner of Alum Rock Road and Rockville Road where Bovale is hoping to build 122 houses and flats

Bovale set for green light to redevelop former Smith & Nephew site

Housing developer plans to build 122 units on industrial site which has been vacant for more than seven years

Standard Works in Vittoria Street, Jewellery Quarter

Jewellery Quarter regeneration project is far from standard

Education charity Ruskin Mill Trust on site in former factory as Post takes a tour ahead of new college opening this September

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Birmingham is now starting to thrive after overcoming a deliberate policy to undermine the city following the Second World War

Birmingham finally bouncing back after 70 years says Centre for Cities

BBC has come under fire over its spending in the region following the launch of the Post's campaign

Petition calls on Sajid Javid to oppose BBC Charter unless Midlands gets fair share

CWA director Steve Wedge

Seven Capital appoints CWA to city centre developments

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