Region comes together to showcase multi-billion pounds investment opportunities.
New owners for One Stop leads to investment plans.
Landmark office acquired for residential development.
Regeneration will create 2,000 jobs in major scheme.
Brownfield site to provide hundreds of new homes.
West Midlands Combined Authority unveils housing growth prospectus for Greater Icknield and Smethwick.
New TV show aims to help first time buyers.
Transfer marks completion of the first phase of canalside regeneration scheme.
RIBA award winners in the West Midlands announced.
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.
Property brothers expand business.
Part 3: Birmingham – Not for the People.
Planning submitted for new homes on former industrial site.
Council to give business district go-ahead.
£30 million residential development plans approved.
Installations for housing development near Olympic village.
Council to continue affordable housing plans.
New housing development handed over to tenants.
Properties to go on market.
Triggered by rapid growth over past decade – businesses and people flocking to Birmingham in record numbers.
Icknield Port Loop to deliver over 1,000 homes.
Demand for city centre apartments set to grow in 2015.
Property duo want to help Birmingham family with their property dilemma.
Birmingham city centre development to be finished by mid-August.
Andy Goff was out with his camera and brings a selection of pictures that show the mish mash of development in Birmingham.
Our property correspondent, Raj Naphray, gives his thoughts on the current housing market.
“Forum for discussion and exchange of ideas.”
The European Commission will quiz the Spanish government over continued serious legal problems faced by thousands of British citizens who own property in Spain, after pressure from Lib Dem Euro MP Phil Bennion.
The head of a boutique architects practice reckons that the West Midlands is well on its way to becoming the next big ‘Grand Designs’ hotspot.