Shortlist annouced for Royal Institute of British Architects West Midlands Awards 2016.
Plan agreed for inner-city brownfield regeneration.
Alan Clawley reviews the definitive refence guide to Brutalism.
Alan Clawley reflects on how recent architecture can be saved.
Part 3: Birmingham – Not for the People.
Part 2: A Surfeit of Leadership.
Alan Clawley wonders if Birmingham city council will realise they have an undervalued gem on their hands.
Is improvement always a good thing? Alan Clawley poses the question.
Who’s in charge? asks Alan Clawley.
Perilous state of city landmark recognised.
Council to give business district go-ahead.
Appeal for help with book publication.
What future for the Central Library? wonders Alan Clawley.
Sir Howard Elston, our Westminster correspondent, reports on a new initiative to solve two problems at once.
Alan Clawley reports on a Brutalist success story.
Alan Clawley on an extinct species in town planning.
Alan Clawley wonders when architectural tastes began to alter.
Alan Clawley on the latest developments in Paradise.
Alan Clawley on the legacy of Clive Dutton.
Over 1 million square feet of office space to be built as financial services companies flock to Birmingham’s business district.
Alan Clawley reflects on Birmingham’s latest TV star.
Alan Clawley gives a remarkable insight into the building of Paradise Circus.
Alan Clawley reports on the timescale for Paradise Circus redevelopment.
Alan Clawley looks at an eternal problem.
Alan Clawley poses a demolition query.
Confidence in city’s planning vision leads to a new detailed planning application for Three Snowhill.
Birmingham Smithfield to attract millions of new visitors and £500 million of investment to the city.
Alan Clawley talks about the work of a forgotten architect.
Alan Clawley describes the farewell to a city landmark.
“Wot, no trees?” asks Alan Clawley.