Crest Nicholson will launch the first freehold new build houses to have been built in Birmingham city centre for more than two years
Alan Clawley takes issue over the designation of an area labelled in need of ‘regeneration’.
Birmingham City Council officials have written a report to the Cabinet stating that the 40-year-old Central Library building is not only vacant but ‘obsolete’ as well, reveals Alan Clawley.
The show flat of a newly developed student accommodation scheme which will provide 108 bed spaces on Birmingham’s Bristol Street is now open.
Walsall’s Labour group claim that after, what they describe as, three years of failed promises and unsuccessful negotiations, Walsall Council has committed £8 million to a flagship retail project with less than 24 hours notice.
Companies in Walsall owe over £2 million in unpaid business rates while the council makes cuts in public services and care for vulnerable people, claim Walsall’s Labour Group.
People searching for a new home in the West Midlands are being offered a helping hand
Local housebuilder, Walton Homes, will be opening the doors to two brand new residential developments this weekend
Crest Nicholson Regeneration will be hosting a special open weekend aimed directly at those people looking to take their first steps onto the property ladder
The strength and ability of the UK regions to drive their own economic future is expected to be a key topic of discussion during MIPIM – with the debate directed by cities such as Birmingham.
Redundant nursing homes and community centres were the star attraction at the latest CP Bigwood auction, with some going for around double the asking price.
Construction is now underway on the latest phase of homes to be built on the former MG Rover factory in Longbridge, near Birmingham.
Alan Clawley explains the case for retention, not destruction.
Family-run house builder, Walton Homes, has reported that raising a deposit remains a top concern amongst many first time buyers in the Midlands.
Despite reports that commercial property investment in the UK fell last year, Midlands property consultants D&P Holt are predicting a more profitable year
Family-run housebuilder, Walton Homes, is celebrating the New Year in style by offering househunters in the Midlands a helping hand to buy their dream home.
Living close to a rubbish tip reduces house prices by 2.6%, research shows.
The Forum for the Built Environment is holding a national Rally to Restore Confidence in building
3 million fewer UK adults visit the pub on a regular basis
Local residents have welcomed the return of their favourite chippy with the reopening of Shards Fryer at the All Saints Square shopping centre , Shard End.
Ten influential advisers to global investors toured Birmingham last week to see the city’s increasingly compelling offer for themselves.
Crest Nicholson is encouraging people hunting for their first home in Birmingham to visit its Park Central development for a special open day which aims to raise awareness of the government’s FirstBuy scheme.
Brandon Lewis outlined the Government’s proposed changes to planning regulations at a Breakfast Briefing
Conference goers at St John’s Hotel, Solihull, will benefit from the latest projection equipment, which has been installed in its premier conference venue as part of a complete refurbishment.
Crest Nicholson is encouraging those people hunting for their first home in Birmingham to visit its Park Central development and find out how the government’s FirstBuy scheme could help them purchase a new property.
A refurbished 4,500 sq ft workspace has been unveiled at Birmingham Science Park. Designed by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs….
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.
“Given an owner who is minded to do so, any sound building can be adapted to a new use”, writes Alan Clawley. Here are some examples.
Birmingham’s latest ‘landmark’ destination, The Cube, will host a VIP open weekend
“…a cultural divide exists between the arts and business communities in Birmingham over the appreciation of modern architecture”