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.
Crest Nicholson will launch the first freehold new build houses to have been built in Birmingham city centre for more than two years
The construction team at Crest Nicholson’s Park Central development in Birmingham city centre has been commended in two NHBC (National House-Building Council) Awards.
Pupils from St Columba’s Catholic Primary School received a lesson in site safety from local housebuilder St. Modwen Homes;
Alan Clawley considers what should be the defining ‘iconic’ symbol of Birmingham.
Work will commence on a landmark, £18m Extra Care scheme in Cradley, West Midlands after contracts were signed
St. Modwen has submitted a planning application for a new phase of housing in Longbridge, Birmingham.
Birmingham-based building services provider J S Wright has proved that it’s the best in the business.
Birmingham Airport’s new Air Traffic Control Tower has been crowned ‘Project of the Year’ and won a further award for the best ‘Regeneration’ scheme at the 2013 RICS West Midlands Awards.
Pupils from Bournville School, Birmingham have unveiled a historic name for a brand new affordable housing scheme in Selly Oak on a former industrial site.
Local housebuilder, Walton Homes, will be opening the doors to two brand new residential developments this weekend
Construction is now underway on the latest phase of homes to be built on the former MG Rover factory in Longbridge, near Birmingham.
Property specialists Stoford celebrate the start on site of a 63-bedroom Premier Inn hotel and restaurant in Dudley.
Family-run house builder, Walton Homes, has reported that raising a deposit remains a top concern amongst many first time buyers in the Midlands.
Two new show apartments will be launched at Crest Nicholson’s Park Central development in Birmingham city centre, at a special open day this weekend
Home ownership is no longer just a dream for one young couple who have now bought their first property together at Taylor Wimpey Midlands’ stunning Highfield Gardens development in Edgbaston, Birmingham.
New research reveals extreme measures some Brits take to squeeze into their homes and highlights what people really want and need from their homes
“They only have to label the old building ‘Not fit for the 21st Century’, mention ‘asbestos’, ‘concrete cancer’, or bad plumbing, to win public sympathy…”