Chance to have your say as consultation launched.
JS Wright secures £4 million contract for Timber Yard.
Construction begins at 140-apartment Digbeth scheme following £27 million investment.
Sales boost delivers a fitting birthday present for Gold Oak.
Nechells gasholders to be dismantled.
Midland Heart surpasses target for home building.
Expanding business moves into Custard Factory.
Region set to showcase its potential at global property show.
Teenagers turn urban designers with St. Modwen Homes.
Planning permission secured for city centre site.
Bringing an eighties-inspired concept to life and designing an Indian gastropub.
WSP moves 700 staff into new £7 million Birmingham headquarters.
Senior regional property experts discuss commercial opportunities and development plans in Wolverhampton.
PropTech company strengthens its management team with appointment of renowned businessman.
Cofton Grange named one of the UK’s Best Regeneration Projects.
Link up to form sales and showhomes partnership.
City council hears plans to build on Games’ legacy.
Call for affordable homes schemes to cover Midlands.
£3.6 million backing from WMCA Collective Investment Fund.
New development planned on the site of former college.
Historic link maintained in new housing scheme.
Refreshed Midlands Engine Investment Portfolio highlights £11 billion of investment opportunities.
Denise Lewis OBE joins region’s leaders to celebrate Commonwealth Games win at MIPIM 2018.
£350 million Housing Deal for the West Midlands announced by Chancellor of the Exchequer in Spring Statement.
West Midlands to launch £10 billion prospectus for the UK’s most investable region.
Region to present investment opportunities worth almost £10 billion to thousands of international investors.
Y International invests £15 million in city’s Advanced Manufacturing Hub, creating 80 new jobs.
City region also named among leading cities in Europe for connectivity and business friendliness.
Billions of pounds of Midlands investment opportunities to be unveiled at global property show.
Birmingham is now home to 21,768 purpose-built student beds.