Alan Clawley on the latest developments in Paradise.
Alan Clawley highlights the strange machinations that have blighted parts of Birmingham city centre.
Alan Clawley writes about the re-constituted Conservation and Heritage Panel
Alan Clawley believes history shows that the Council just can’t cope with anyone who displays too much passion for the past.
The Planning Committee will be considering Argent’s Paradise Circus Planning Application on Thursday 20 December 2012.
The Friends of the Central Library are gathering signatures for their petition to save the John Madin designed Central Library in Birmingham
The Balsall Heath Neighbourhood Plan is Going on public display.
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.
Alan Clawley on the limited value of Environment Impact Assessments on town planning
With MIPIM 2012 now over, civic and business leaders from across the city are unanimous about the success of this year’s event.
Join the people of Stirchley in a celebratory walk and laying of floral tributes commemorating the life of a once vibrant street.
Alan Clawley has seen Paradise and would prefer it stayed lost.
The coalition government is hoping to push through changes to planning regulations
The Mushroom highlights conflict in existing and planned planning law.
Birmingham City Council’s plans to sell off a much loved local community facility are at an advanced stage
A local blogger has shown how the professionals can be given a helping hand.
A Birmingham meat supplier is coming under fire from Highgate residents over plans to expand their production facilities.