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The new life sciences campus will count the QE Hospital among its neighbours

University of Birmingham agrees life sciences campus deal

Institute will lead development of a campus in Selly Oak which will conduct research and studies to bring new medical treatments to market


Stirchley Lidl scheme rejected in council U-turn

Victory for campaigning residents as authority admits 'mistake'

The new Birmingham Dental Hospital at the old Pebble Mill site

Next phase of Pebble Mill regeneration revealed

New plans could include R&D facilities and a health clinic as Calthorpe Estates continues its bid to revamp Edgbaston plot

Labour Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell

Labour civil war as Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell attacks Deputy Leader Tom Watson

Open warfare breaks out within the Labour Party as Tom Watson fights hard-left 'plot' to take over the party

Birmingham-based urban planning agency Node collects the award for best practice at the 2017 Urban Design Awards

Eastside masterplan earns Node a national award

Long-term vision to transform Birmingham's Eastside and bring former Typhoo Tea factory back to life handed national recognition

Jewellery Quarter factory site to house 220 new apartments

Next phase of regeneration of old electroplating plant will see a new square, commercial space and residential complex

From left: Coun Izzi Seccombe from WMCA, Jon Robinson and Henry Bellfield, both from Barberry, and Nick Oakley from Finance Birmingham at the old Tucker Fasteners site in Perry Barr

£3m backing for old Tucker Fasteners regeneration

West Midlands Combined Authority throws support behind redevelopment of old factory site in Perry Barr

Video: New drone footage of Paradise development

Footage also shows how phase two of £500 million project will fit into the wider masterplan

10,000 jobs to be created at Peddimore industrial site

The city's next major development site to be marketed at MIPIM property conference in Cannes this week

Work to start on £200m city centre bars, restaurants and arts studios

Developer appointed to lead the regeneration of Typhoo Wharf to create new leisure and office space in old tea factory

CGI of the new Maker Wharf building

Innovation Birmingham reveals latest development plans

Maker Wharf will be a home to fabrication and prototyping facility and will sit next to iCentrum complex

CGI of the new retirement village in Shirley

Demolition to start on Madin's Powergen building

Bulldozers to move in soon to start work on major regeneration project to create retirement village and housing

West Midlands called the least affordable region for buying new build homes

Research suggests that 93% of families would struggle to buy an average new home in the West Midlands.

Major housing plan unveiled at Birmingham hospital site

City Hospital will be replaced by up to 750 new homes but doubt still hangs over the future of historic Archway of Tears building

Plans lodged for new Birmingham office tower

New plans have been submitted to build a 15-storey office block on the site of the old Birmingham Post & Mail newspaper offices

Concept sketch of new apartment complex called Kent Street Baths

£100m Birmingham city centre apartment scheme unveiled

Camborne Land Investments secures site off the A38 to develop a new build-to-rent project

An artist's impression of the proposed Tesco store in Hazelwell Lane, Stirchley

Tesco DROPS plans for giant Stirchley store - as Lidl moves in

Fury as 16-year saga ends with firm walking away

Major Birmingham housing plan set to be thrown out

Bloor Homes' bid to redevelop a former golf club in Northfield is likely to hit the buffers next week

CGI of One Axis Square which has received the green light

Birmingham's backing for Axis Square redevelopment

New office block and a public square next to the Mailbox are warmly welcomed by city council's planning committee

Barry Henley is not a fan of Birmingham's 20th century architecture like Central Library

Opinion: Don't call me a philistine

Planning committee member Coun Barry Henley defends his stance on Birmingham's mid-20th century architecture - something he's not a fan of

Videos & Photos

Armed police walk past emergency services attending to a man on the floor (top) and a police officer (centre right) inside the Parliamentary estate

London terrorist attack: Fear and uncertainty inside Parliament as attack takes place

Houses of Parliament shooting: Commons suspended as reports of man with knife at Westminster

Houses of Parliament shooting: This is how MPs responded

In This Week's Paper


Graeme Brown
Editor (Agenda and Business)
Enda Mullen
Business Reporter
Tamlyn Jones
Business Reporter
Neil Elkes
Local Government Correspondent
Emma McKinney
Education Correspondent
Ben Hurst
News Editor
Jonathan Walker
Political Editor