Majorfax: Shaping London’s Architectural Sector

London’s architectural sector is booming and is now growing at a steady rate and almost.

JV Partnership Targets Birmingham’s New Homes Market

A joint venture partnership with plans to deliver more than 2,000 new homes in Birmingham.

Chancellor praises new Jewellery Quarter flats development

Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, has praised the Kettleworks development after a tour of.

‘Ugliest’ Building to be Made Good Again

For nearly a quarter of a century No. 36 Hylton Street has been known as.

Sale of A E Harris – Northwood Street Site

Contracts have been exchanged on the sale of the A E Harris site in Northwood.

Award for Pig & Tail

Birmingham’s Civic Society has awarded the ‘2016 Renaissance Award’ to the former George & Dragon.

Smallest Apartment – but ‘Convenient and Dead Quiet!’

At a recent ‘do’ held in Key Hill Cemetery, it was insisted that a ‘temporary.

Its All Go with Major Housing Developments in Legge Lane

Lots of new apartments are being built in Legge Lane, but generally speaking most have.

Partial Building Collapse

In the gales of the 23rd February the roof and front wall of the building.

Time Running out to Purchase Small Offices in St Paul’s Square

Small businesses looking to purchase their own self-contained offices are encouraged to consider the rare.

Greater Icknield Transformation Vision

A vision for the sustainable transformation of the area between the City Hospital and Edgbaston.

Plans Unveiled For Birmingham’s First PRS Scheme

The plans were presented at a public consultation today (Wednesday 30th September). The first phase.

Assay – Plans Approved

At a recent Planning Meeting, Planning Permission was given to TCN UK to start work.

Assay Office Birmingham Opens the Doors to New Purpose-built Facility

After 137 years of being based in its historic workplace in Birmingham’s Newhall Street, Assay.

Funder and Operator Secured for Birmingham PRS Scheme

The developers behind Birmingham’s Great Charles Square scheme have secured funding for a 350-apartment private.

A Lively Launch for New Standard Works

The Banqueting Suite of the Council House was packed for the unveiling of the plans.

MADE to Move

MADE and the RIBA will launch a new hub for built environment events and training.

New Assay Office Starting to Take Shape

The construction of the new Assay Office Birmingham building is starting to take shape and.

Assay Office Birmingham’s Landmark Building is Sold

The Assay Office Birmingham is pleased to announce the unconditional freehold sale of its landmark.

The Standard Works to Become College

Glasshouse College is breathing life back into a derelict building in the Jewellery Quarter. The.

Maguire Jackson Kicks off Tenth Year with New Office

Maguire Jackson has celebrated the start of its tenth year with further investment in the.

High Level of Interest Birmingham Assay Office Building

The Birmingham based office of property consultants GVA are reporting a high level of interest.

Goldsmiths’ Centre London Regional Winner of RIBA Workplace Design Award

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has named the Goldsmiths’ Centre, Clerkenwell as one.

Don’t Miss Out with ERDF Funding!

Birmingham City Council is Inviting Applications for ERDF Land and Property grants in Digbeth and.

Council Approves £1.2m ERDF Grant for the Birmingham Assay Office

Plans for the new building for The Birmingham Assay Office took another step forward last.

Plans Submitted for New Birmingham Assay Office Project

The Birmingham Assay Office is pleased to announce the submission of a planning application for.

Birmingham Assay Office – The New Site

The proposed new home for The Birmingham Assay Office is located within the St. George’s.

Notice of Public Consultation PLEASE COME ALONG…

The Birmingham Assay Office plan to relocate in 2014. We would like to share our.

Kenyon Street Units Forge Ahead

A newly completed mixed use development on Kenyon Street finished in the latter part of.

Planning for the Future

Many visitors to York House ask: “Despite Planning restrictions on ‘new housing’ and ‘Change of.