Alan Clawley on the latest developments in Paradise.
Birmingham Airport has today published its response to the Airports Commission’s challenge to deliver aviation capacity in the long-term.
Labour councillors are opposing a move by Walsall council to discuss a tax-funded, multi-million pound project in secret session away from the eyes of the public and press.
Alan Clawley looks back at the controversy surrounding the old and new Birmingham Libraries.
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.
Alan Clawley is really struggling to garner a useful reaction from Birmingham City Council.
Birmingham Airport, together with a coalition of business leaders and local councils, will today unveil a vision that would enable the Airport to grow in line with future demand
Laurence Inman has been studying the decline of the high street.
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.
Stage 1 of the £598m New Street Station redevelopment opened last week. The Birmingham press were impressed, the Birmingham Press wasn’t. Steve Beauchampé reports.
The management and delivery company for Birmingham Science Park Aston’s flagship Faraday Wharf building and £35 million Digital Plaza development zone has been restructured and renamed as Innovation Birmingham Limited.
Alan Clawley has been watching the redevelopment of Birmingham’s New Street Station and takes issue with the motives behind it.
Today the Government has endorsed Lord Heseltine’s review “No Stone Unturned”, which recommends a single funding pot strategy for cities.
Birmingham has unveiled the first glimpse of an interactive 3D map at MIPIM, which brings its new economic zones to life.
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
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.
The University of Wolverhampton has laid out its plans for its new £25m science building at its City Campus.
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 University of Wolverhampton has announced plans for a multi-million pound redevelopment of its City Campus.
Ten influential advisers to global investors toured Birmingham last week to see the city’s increasingly compelling offer for themselves.
Alan Clawley writes: “We are not alone in being sceptical about the ability of the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and the RZ to rescue developments like Paradise Circus.”
A Solihull schoolboy is flying high after winning a competition designed to increase awareness about Birmingham Airport’s runway extension.
Alan Clawley believes that if buildings have lives they can also have obituaries written about them when they die.
Martin Mullaney, is shocked to discover additions are to be made to the Kennedy Memorial Mural
• Zones combine spatial and economic planning to attract £1.5 billion of investment
• Six zones across the city have the potential to create nearly 50,000 jobs
Alan Clawley laments the passing Louis Carus and wonders what will replace the Conservatoire’s Adrian Boult Hall.
The shortlists of architects in the running for the title of Architect of the Year 2012 has been published by Building Design magazine.
Local politicians and business leaders have commented on a recent meeting with the Prime Minister