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‘Mr Tyre Site’ enormous new complex progressing well on site of former railway goods yard

The planning application was to demolish the existing buildings (Mr Tyre) and the erection of a residential led mixed use redevelopment providing 395 apartments,...

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New Birmingham canal bridge opens to the public

A £1m footbridge spanning the Main Line Canal at Soho Loop has been opened to the public. Cllr Sharon Thompson, deputy leader of Birmingham City...
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Commonwealth Games Community Fund Impact Report published

Birmingham City Council published on 28th July the Commonwealth Games Community Fund Impact Report. The impact report analyses the £6million investment from the city council...

Frank Joiners Store to Close

News of the closure of Frank Joiners on 22nd August is sad but owner Ghanshyam Patel has been in touch to say: “We are...

JQ Neighbourhood Plan gets green light

Residents and businesses in the Jewellery Quarter have voted in favour of a new Neighbourhood Plan to provide a blueprint for the development of...

Preferred bidder for new ten-year transitional waste management contract confirmed

The preferred bidder for a contract that will deliver a range of improvements to the way in which the council’s disposal of waste is...

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