Alan Clawley wonders if Birmingham city council will realise they have an undervalued gem on their hands.
Alan Clawley on a case of bipartisan party politics.
Alan Clawley comments on the two main architects of the Library of Birmingham’s future plans.
Birmingham’s council leader has called his recent meeting with the head of the BBC ‘promising’. Dave Woodhall begs to differ.
Birmingham City Council has announced the name of the game developer to collaborate on an innovative new gaming experience for the Library of Birmingham
Leaders of the three main parties on Birmingham City Council have issued a statement in the wake of last night’s tragic incidents.
Councillors should be scrutinising the process leading up to major decisions not reacting to decisions that have already been made when it is too late to change them.
“…a cultural divide exists between the arts and business communities in Birmingham over the appreciation of modern architecture”
Visitor figures in Birmingham have continued to rise despite the economic picture.
There’s been a lot of good news for employment prospects in the West Midlands and Warwickshire.
The third Birmingham International Food Fair takes place later this month.
The key leading roles on Birmingham City Council have just been officially announced for the 2011/12 municipal year
One of Birmingham’s best-kept secrets is what goes on inside the suite of buildings in Paradise Circus, off Chamberlain Square
Alan Clawley has seen the plan for the New Street Gateway… and he’s curious.
Alan Clawley has been asking searching questions and receiving some confusing answers on the redevelopment of Birmingham’s Paradise Forum.
Following last week’s elections and the referendum on AV, Steve Beauchampé takes the political temperature.
Of all the services provided by Birmingham City Council why is a new public library singled out for special treatment?
Council leaders were celebrating today as the city announced that a third Olympic squad will use Birmingham as a base prior to the 2012 London Olympics.