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CGI of plans for the Soho Loop development in Birmingham

Developers plan 800 new homes for Birmingham regeneration site

Soho Loop project back on the agenda after receiving the green light from the city council almost two years

Digbeth's new public space will be as big as Victoria Square and packed with festivals, markets and events

Details emerge as huge Connaught Square development gets unveiled to city planners for the first time

42-storey skyscraper builder looking for more projects in Birmingham

Moda Living, behind £183 million Broad Street tower, is eyeing up more sites

Greenfield Crescent view of Boston Tea Party, Edgbaston

This is what Boston Tea Party has done to old Edgbaston bank

New Boston Tea Party in Edgbaston will have the city's highest coffee shop ceiling and an orangery

Birmingham 'ruinpub' heritage project gets thumbs up from West Midlands Mayor

Andy Street highlights Christopher Wray redevelopment as shining example for preserving city's heritage

Major plans for £125m Birmingham apartment complex

City developer Court Collaboration has taken over run-down site which has been the subject of countless stalled projects since the 1990s

More than 200 apartments are to be built behind the Park Regis hotel in Broad Street

New 17-storey apartment complex to be built next to city hotel

Next phase of regeneration of Park Regis site will see more than 200 flats developed on existing car park

Racing at Hall Green stadium will end next month

Hall Green Stadium to close as 90th birthday looms

Operator of historic greyhound racing track announces closure date after suffering from dwindling attendances

Gun Quarter plot to house city's latest apartment project

Developer eyes car park site to build 250 flats in latest scheme to be aimed at Birmingham's rental market

CGI of the new MACC Care home in Erdington

Eighty jobs to be created at new £8m care home

MACC Care is planning to build home on the site of the old Hare and Hounds pub in Erdington

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Birmingham's most expensive house EVER - all yours for £4m

Luxury property boasts a swimming pool, snooker room, cinema and more...

CGI of the New Monaco development

£275m garden village plan to transform corner of Birmingham city centre

Developer reveals plans to replace run-down Monaco House complex with new apartments, townhouses and shops

CGI of plans for 418 student bedrooms in Selly Oak which have been bought by Unite

Unite snaps up Selly Oak flats

Student accommodation group expands its footprint in Birmingham with buyout of halls of residence on Battery Park site

The Grand in Colmore Row, Birmingham

Revealed: This is the hotel group which will open at The Grand

Owner Hortons' Estate unveils it has agreed a deal with a company which specialises in opening in city centre landmark buildings

Perry Barr flood risk management system has won a 2017 ICE Award

Perry Barr flood management project wins ICE Award

Scheme to protect homes in north Birmingham among the winners at last night's 2017 West Midlands Awards

Lloyds backs Birmingham apartment scheme with £17m funding

New finance package will be used to forward fund the construction and purchase the 22-storey development of flats to rent

Developers are eyeing this plot in Legge Lane where the old St Paul's School house (left) has now been demolished

Fourth apartment block planned in Jewellery Quarter street

Developer eyes run-down plot to build 136 apartments in a street already busy with residential schemes

New future revealed for Curzon Street landmark

Famous entrance to old station will be visitor centre and education hub under new plans unveiled by HS2

Creation of The Pig & Tail breathed new life into the old George and Dragon pub

Award for renovation of run-down Jewellery Quarter pub

The transformation of the former George and Dragon into a new bar and apartments wins recognition from the Birmingham Civic Society

CGI shows how Three Snowhill will fit into Birmingham's skyline

New images of Three Snowhill revealed

CGIs give glimpse into changing face of Birmingham city centre's skyline

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Birmingham City Council backtracks on homeless cuts

Birmingham City Council to launch energy company to take on 'failed market'

A child living in poverty.

Increasing number of people suffer misery of persistent poverty

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