Do we take democracy for granted? asks Alan Clawley.
Alan Clawley on a case of bipartisan party politics.
Alan Clawley reflects on Birmingham’s latest TV star.
Alan Clawley reports on the timescale for Paradise Circus redevelopment.
Alan Clawley looks at an eternal problem.
Alan Clawley poses a demolition query.
Alan Clawley talks about the work of a forgotten architect.
Birmingham needs to devolve its own powers, argue Alan Clawley.
Alan Clawley describes the farewell to a city landmark.
“Wot, no trees?” asks Alan Clawley.
Alan Clawley comments on the growing trend for private companies to run council services.
Alan Clawley issues an invitation.
Alan Clawley remembers the opening of the Central Library.
Alan Clawley writes to Rob Groves, the man responsible for overseeing the Paradise Forum development.
The Library of Birmingham may be attracting both praise and visitors but Alan Clawley remains unconvinced.
Alan Clawley comments on a modern transport hazard.
Alan Clawley ponders on local government double standards.
Alan Clawley has a question to ask council leader Sir Albert Bore.
Alan Clawley updates us on the plans for Paradise Circus.
Alan Clawley wants to know why there isn’t a bus station nearby.
Alan Clawley describes the ongoing development of one of the city’s busiest junctions.
Alan Clawley takes issue with a recent development on the city’s roads.
In the first of two articles, Alan Clawley reveals details of a meeting with the Paradise Circus developers.
In his second article, Alan Clawley wonders if Birmingham has been taken over while we weren’t looking.
Alan Clawley comments on Birmingham city council’s use of its property portfolio.
What’s going on at Paradise Circus, asks Alan Clawley.
Alan Clawley debates the city centre’s architecture.
Alan Clawley is critical of Birmingham city council’s Eastside project.
Alan Clawley reports on a familiar tale and a misleading headline.
Alan Clawley on the latest controversy to hit the New Street station redevelopment.