Matt Lindley writes about recognition for the Central Library.
Alan Clawley hopes that the city council will take some expert advice.
Alan Clawley on an upcoming literary event.
Birmingham city council are unlikely to receive as much rental income as expected, warns Alan Clawley.
Alan Clawley reviews the definitive refence guide to Brutalism.
Alan Clawley reflects on how recent architecture can be saved.
Alan Clawley wonders if Birmingham city council will realise they have an undervalued gem on their hands.
Opponents of Birmingham Central Library seem to be vanishing, notes Alan Clawley.
Appeal for help with book publication.
What future for the Central Library? wonders Alan Clawley.
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 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 describes the farewell to a city landmark.
City centre visitors reminded of travel restrictions.
Alan Clawley remembers the opening of the Central Library.
News of the Central Library’s impending demolition causes Alan Clawley to reflect.
The Library of Birmingham may be attracting both praise and visitors but Alan Clawley remains unconvinced.
Andy Goff was out with his camera and brings a selection of pictures that show the mish mash of development in Birmingham.
Alan Clawley puts forward a novel idea.
The group have called on Birmingham city council to offer the building to potential new users.
Dave Woodhall’s view of the new Library of Birmingham.
Birmingham arts organisations stage free outdoor spectacular to welcome city’s new cultural asset
Alan Clawley looks back at the controversy surrounding the old and new Birmingham Libraries.
New Central Library: Founding a Friends Group, Thursday 4 July
Alan Clawley on the impending closure of Birmingham Central Library in June – but ideas are still being proposed for its future