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Valuers’ Conference Headline Speakers Announced for the NAJ Summit 2024

The National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) is delighted to announce the headline speakers for this year’s Valuers’ Conference as part of the NAJ Summit...

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BCC and local college unite to tackle regional construction skills shortage

A ground-breaking new partnership will help tackle the construction skills shortage to support delivery of 113 current and planned major developments in Birmingham –...

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Jewellery Quarter Wedding Fair 2024

A truly magical event organised by the Jewellery Quarter BID (JQBID) to showcase what a perfect place the Jewellery Quarter is for wedding planning...
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A to Bee Roads – reducing mowing and helping the city’s ecology

A new initiative to increase biodiversity, reduce the council’s carbon footprint and help mitigate elements of climate change is set to be implemented during...

Street Cruising Banned

A High Court order banning street cruising across Birmingham has been granted to Birmingham City Council, after its application was heard at Birmingham High...

Vehicle scrappage scheme expanded

Birmingham City Council has expanded the scope of its Clean Air Zone vehicle scrappage scheme to include residents living within Zone, whilst updating the...

BCC and local college unite to tackle regional construction skills shortage

A ground-breaking new partnership will help tackle the construction skills shortage to support delivery of 113 current and planned major developments in Birmingham –...

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