Matt Lindley writes about recognition for the Central Library.
Richard Lutz ponders the last seven days of a mis-spent middle age.
Steve Beauchampé pays further tribute to the community activist and Birmingham Press columnist .
Tributes paid to Birmingham author and community activist.
Richard Lutz scours the wreckage of the past week and blows out the birthday candles with a champ.
Campaigners demand government solution to PFI hospital “fiasco”.
Funding from Finance Birmingham’s £56 million Regional Mezzanine Fund.
Hilton Garden Inn to be developed using innovative modular construction technique.
Richard Lutz gets lost in Shakespeare country.
Three year project to create visionary complex.
New £1 million hub set to fuel new Birmingham entrerprises.
Seven figure deal for new Birmingham tower.
Alan Clawley on one of Birmingham’s most influential men of the past.
£10,000 could be up for grabs to Birmingham DIY inventors.
Alan Clawley calls for buildings to serve their purpose.
Sir Howard Elston, our entertainment sub-editor, gives more info on the new Carry On films to drip off our screens.
Alan Clawley hopes that the city council will take some expert advice.
RIBA award winners in the West Midlands announced.
Expansion of enterprise space on campus.
Alan Clawley on an upcoming literary event.
Iconic refurbishment in line for recognition.
Alan Clawley talks about the need to care for Birmingham’s architectural heritage.
The secrets behind the sets revealed at awards ceremony.
Alan Clawley comments on a recent planning decision.
Alan Clawley on the latest city centre property developments.
Alan Clawley looks back at Birmingham’s innovative office blocks.
Eastside Locks is set to transform its site into a thriving Business and Innovation Hub.
Three Snowhill supports the Treasury’s vision for making the Midlands a powerhouse for growth.
Birmingham city council are unlikely to receive as much rental income as expected, warns Alan Clawley.
Alan Clawley reflects on ever-changing architectural styles.