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10:19, 12 MAY 2014
Birmingham City Council
Institution of Civil Engineers unveils 2014 West Midlands award projects
Eighteen projects and developments submitted to annual regional award scheme celebrating best in civil engineering
Lambert Smith Hampton
Property firm Lambert Smith Hampton appoints director
With more than 25 years’ property experience, including periods at CBRE and Horton’s Estates, Nigel Foster is a well-known figure in the Midlands commercial property market
Training firm sets up New Delhi office
A visit to India to explore business opportunities proved the start of something major for Temple Management Training
Mains work to hamper Birmingham shoppers
Utility companies National Grid and Severn Trent Water are joining forces on a major programme of work in Birmingham City Centre to replace old gas mains along Temple Street
Line-up for Birmingham Law Society Legal Awards revealed
Winners will be decided by an independent judging panel, chaired by Chris Loughran, Midlands practice senior partner at Deloitte.
Severn Trent profits rise after water bill hikes
The group reported a 0.4% increase in underlying earnings to £266.9 million for the six months to September 30 as water usage soared during the summer heatwave
New Severn Trent chief becomes youngest female FTSE 100 boss
Liv Garfield, who has described herself as a “working mum of two kids”, was lured to the utility giant with a pay package worth up to £2.4 million
Historic jeweller reopens after being closed by floods
Rex Johnson was forced to shut last month when a burst pipe flooded and wrecked the Corporation Street shop
Consortium may abandon Severn Trent deal after third offer rejected
Canadian-led consortium bidding to buy Severn Trent sees £5.3 billion bid dismissed
Severn Trent rejects takeover bid by foreign consortium
Severn Trent has rejected a takeover approach from an overseas consortium, saying the proposal "completely fails" to recognise the water company's value.
Winners celebrate at Birmingham Law Society Legal Awards
Eversheds was named Law Firm of the Year in the 16 partners or more category at the Birmingham Law Society Legal Awards.
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Birmingham Post Business Awards 2012 - The Winners
Category winners at the 2012 Birmingham Post Business Awards, plus photo gallery.
Restaurant Review: Turners in Harborne
The first thing to say about this review is that it isn’t a review, not strictly speaking.
Stoford drives the low-carbon office revolution
A stunning new £60 million operations centre for Severn Trent Water in Coventry provides a shining example of how Birmingham-based Stoford Developments is leading the sustainable revolution in the office market.
Searching for the truth over fluoridation
Chris Game, of the Institute of Local Government Studies, University of Birmingham, asks if the issues of fluoride in the water supply are really as clear-cut as they appear.