Alan Clawley on the latest city centre property developments.
Part 2: A Surfeit of Leadership.
Alan Clawley wonders if Birmingham city council will realise they have an undervalued gem on their hands.
Who’s in charge? asks Alan Clawley.
Blatter and Bore. A reader asks the question
Backing for local council from residents.
DCLG backs Future Council plan with £4.37 million grant.
Spot the difference in BBC coverage.
Only European city to be recognised in prestigious rankings.
Alan Clawley wonders when architectural tastes began to alter.
Over 1 million square feet of office space to be built as financial services companies flock to Birmingham’s business district.
International visitor consumer spend reaches £300 million.
Alan Clawley on a case of bipartisan party politics.
Biggest property deal in the city since 2002.
Public to have their say on the future of the £500 million Birmingham Smithfield investment.
Region enlists high-profile speakers to discuss prominent projects during global real estate fair.
Council leaders call for greater devolved powers.
Council leader speaks at Highbury democracy convention.
Alan Clawley has a question to ask council leader Sir Albert Bore.
Region’s showcase of ambitions sees 50% increase in media profile.
Does Birmingham city council spend wisely? Alan Clawley thinks not.
Alan Clawley spots a confusing, yet festive, dichotomy.
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.”
City boss praises diversity and makes commitment to reducing inequality.
Birmingham is to join with other major provincial cities in seeking a fair deal from national government
Alan Clawley, on the warpath to save the John Madin designed library in Birmingham, is suspicious of the language being bandied about by journalists and politicians.
Leaders of the three main parties on Birmingham City Council have issued a statement in the wake of last night’s tragic incidents.