Alan Clawley writes about the re-constituted Conservation and Heritage Panel
Wolverhampton’s top sights are vying for the accolade of being named as a city treasure in a new art project by two University students.
The University of Wolverhampton has laid out its plans for its new £25m science building at its City Campus.
Alan Clawley finds similarities between Birmingham’s ‘modern’ developments and some of those post-war architectural monuments in Europe
Ikon Gallery hosts a number of events next month to mark the 15th anniversary of its move to the former Oozells Street School in Brindleyplace
Loads of space in the new library of Birmingham, but what’s it for? wonders Alan Clawley.
Birmingham City Council have announced their intention to close Moseley Road Baths for swimming from 2015.
A national Rally to Restore Confidence took place last week to encourage professionals working across all platforms within the built environment that 2013 is a year for positivity
Alan Clawley shares some views of Birmingham’s semi-subterranean pedestrian history.
No long term future for swimming at Moseley Road Baths in Balsall Heath.
Alan Clawley claims that reports of the imminent destruction of John Madin’s library are way off the mark and that the campaign to save it goes on.
Alan Clawley spots a confusing, yet festive, dichotomy.
The Forum for the Built Environment is holding a national Rally to Restore Confidence in building
Alan Clawley believes history shows that the Council just can’t cope with anyone who displays too much passion for the past.
The Planning Committee will be considering Argent’s Paradise Circus Planning Application on Thursday 20 December 2012.
The University of Wolverhampton has announced plans for a multi-million pound redevelopment of its City Campus.
A Dudley-based manufacturer has tapped into the spirit of the Olympics to record its best ever year and is now setting its sights on a £2m turnover and the creation of new jobs.
Birmingham’s Friends of the Central Library has submitted a formal objection to the Argent planning application for Paradise Circus.
Alan Clawley believes Birmingham doesn’t capitalise on its historic assets and suggests a better way to make more of them.
The revolutionary, documentary style film, Cathy Come Home, directed by one of Britain’s most critically acclaimed film-makers, Ken Loach, is showing at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts on Saturday 10 November 2012.
Digital images are annoying Alan Clawley as they are being used to manipulate the future architecture of Birmingham.
Alan Clawley believes that if buildings have lives they can also have obituaries written about them when they die.
Alan Clawley takes issue with Birmingham City Council’s inability to find the wherewithal to carry out repairs in Birmingham’s Central Library.
The Barber Institute of Fine Arts has teamed up with fellow Birmingham gallery Ikon and the National Trust to celebrate the art of walking with a day of walks, talks and feasting.
Coventry University will welcome the incoming RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) President Stephen Hodder for a prestigious event next week
Alan Clawley takes issue with the plans for the redevelopment of Paradise Circus.
The shortlists of architects in the running for the title of Architect of the Year 2012 has been published by Building Design magazine.
Alan Clawley fears that John Madin’s legacy is being obliterated from Birmingham’s architectural heritage
Alan Clawley has spotted that plans for the redevelopment of Birmingham’s Paradise Circus seem to be lacking something.
Coventry University engineering students recently emerge victorious after beating more than 2000 competitors to win first prize in the EWB Challenge, run by Engineers Without Borders UK