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Birmingham City Council is set to approve plans for a new nine-storey 178-bedroom hotel at Birmingham Airport, with the creation of 100 jobs.
Birmingham City Council has unveiled proposals for the £500m redevelopment of the 14-hectare Wholesale Markets site, including a public square, hotels and museums.
Birmingham City Council is planning to develop a business park in Washwood Heath, which could create up to 3,000 jobs.
Birmingham City Council has approved plans to build a £22m 5,700 sq m National College for High Speed Rail due to open at the former Birmingham Science Park in September 2017.
Birmingham City Council is to consider plans from Graftongate to develop 60,000 sq of office space at Louisa Ryland House on Newhall Street and 24,000 sq ft at 96 Edmund Street.
Birmingham City Council has approved plans from Salhia Investments of Kuwait for a £200m 30-storey office development at the Beorma Quarter in Birmingham.
Birmingham City Council has secured lottery funding of more than £3m for the regeneration of Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter.
Birmingham City Council is to invest £2.1m in the relocation of the Brasshouse Language Centre to the Library of Birmingham by September 2016.
Birmingham City Council has unveiled proposals for the £500m development of the Smithfield markets area, including a new retail centre, offices and housing.
Birmingham City Council has unveiled proposals for a £4bn investment in transport, including tram lines, the reopening of rail lines and two new stations.
Birmingham City Council has approved plans to build a £7.5m iCentrum digital office block at Birmingham Science Park, with the creation of 400 jobs.
Birmingham City Council is considering proposals for the transformation of the Birmingham Municipal Bank building into a Museum of World Religions.
Birmingham City Council is to consider plans from Serena Hotel to develop a new four-storey 40-bedroom hotel at Ladbrooke House in Digbeth by 2015.
Birmingham City Council and Sterling Property Ventures are planning to develop up to 500,000 sq ft of new office space on Great Charles Street, providing space for 2,500 jobs.
Birmingham City Council has confirmed plans to relocate Birmingham Wholesale Markets from Digbeth to either Washwood Heath or Witton by 2016.
Birmingham City Council is to consider plans from the Church of Scientology to develop a new £6m headquarters at a 62,000 sq ft building in Moseley.
Birmingham City Council has approved plans from Helical Bar to build a £40m retail park in Tyseley by 2014, including a 70,000 sq ft Asda store.
Birmingham City Council is to consider plans from Hortons Estates for the £30m refurbishment of the Grand on Colmore Row into a 152-room luxury hotel.
Birmingham City Council has approved plans to redevelop the Silver Blades and Planet Ice venue in Pershore Street with a new ice rink and 200 apartments.
Birmingham City Council is considering plans to set up a trading company to provide building consultancy and design services to the public and private sector in the West Midlands.
Birmingham City Council has approved plans for the expansion of Perry Barr's Alexander Stadium in time for training for the 2012 Olympics, including a new 5,000-seater stand.
Birmingham City Council has approved plans from Manor Park Developments for the £75m 25-storey Queensgate development near the Mailbox, including a 259-bedroom hotel.
Birmingham City Council has approved plans from Hotel La Tour to build a nine-storey 174-bedroom hotel at City Park Gate in Eastside, with the creation of 100 jobs.
Birmingham City Council has approved plans from Realis Estates to build an 88-bed Travelodge hotel and Tesco Express store in Carrs Lane.
Birmingham City Council is planning to build a shared services centre in Sparkbrook to provide council and healthcare customer advice by early 2012.
Birmingham City Council has unveiled proposals to build a £40m Innovation Village at Birmingham Science Park Aston, including four buildings totalling 117,000 sq ft.
Birmingham City Council is to consider plans from Panther Securities for the development of a £70m hotel, casino and apartments complex in Holloway Head.
Birmingham City Council is to consider plans from Quintain Estate Developments to build a 204-room hotel and conference centre at the City Park Gate development, with the creation of 50 jobs.
Birmingham City Council is to consider outline plans from Regal Property Group to build a £125m 56-storey tower on Broad Street, including a 289-bedroom hotel and 256 apartments.
Birmingham City Council has unveiled plans for the creation of a £58m Birmingham Aquatics and Leisure Centre by 2012.
Birmingham City Council has unveiled plans to set up a new £11m eight-acre urban park at Eastside Locks by the end of 2011.
Birmingham City Council has approved plans from Great Hampton Group to transform a former clothing factory on Constitution Hill into a 109-bedroom Hampton by Hilton budget hotel.
Birmingham City Council is to submit plans for a new 180,000 sq ft office building in Aston, in order to relocate 1,800 staff in a property rationalisation scheme.
Birmingham City Council is looking into the possibility of setting up a freight consolidation centre, in order to reduce the number of trucks visiting shops.
Birmingham City Council has unveiled proposals to build a £195m cultural centre in Centenary Square by 2013, including a new theatre and library complex.
Birmingham City Council has approved plans from Dandara to build a 50-storey V-Building at the £500m Arena Central development, including 706 luxury apartments, bars and shops.
Birmingham City Council is to consider plans from Argent Group for the £2m refurbishment of the Paradise Forum centre, which will create new retail and exhibition space.
Birmingham City Council has awarded a £4m contract to Wates to build four homes for the elderly by autumn 2007.
Birmingham City Council has secured a £1.3m government grant to build a £4m green energy centre at the Eastside development, which will involve a network of underground pipes to carry heat and electricity to buildings.
Birmingham City Council is to set up an office at an undisclosed location in London, in order to help attract inward investment.
Birmingham City Council has approved plans from Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health Trust to extend Moseley Hall Hospital with nine new wards.
Birmingham City Council has granted planning permission to Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health NHS Trust to unite the city's mental health services and build four new centres, at a cost of £60m.
Birmingham City Council is funding a feasibility study into the development of an underground transport network.
Birmingham City Council is to consider plans from Standard Life for the development of a £60m retail park on the site of Joseph Chamberlain Sixth Form College, and the college will move to nearby Haden Circus.
Birmingham City Council has approved plans to build a £13m burns unit at Birmingham Children's Hospital.
Birmingham City Council is to consider plans to build a £80m business centre in Edgbaston by 2007, including a base for Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Birmingham City Council has unveiled proposals for the £900m transformation of the Paradise Circus area, in order to provide modern head office facilities for multinational businesses.
Birmingham City Council has approved plans for the development of Europe's largest indoor skateboard park at the former tram shed in Balsall Heath.
Birmingham City Council is to consider plans from Hawkstone Properties for a £30m retail, homes and health club development at Brassington Avenue in Sutton Coldfield town centre.
Birmingham City Council is to help fund the development of a £12m Elmhurst ballet school on the Calthorpe Estates, including eight dance studios and a 350-seat theatre.
Birmingham City Council is to set up a call centre for up to 170 staff at the Waterlinks House office complex near the Aston Science Park, and the service will be operated by outsourcing specialist Vertex.
Birmingham City Council is forming a partnership with South Birmingham College and Persimmon for the £20m expansion of the Digbeth-based DEP International studios into a media village for students of music and the performing arts.
Birmingham City Council has given the go-ahead to the Richardson Carillion partnership for the development of a £20m Costco warehouse club at the Star Park North site, which will create 160 jobs.
Birmingham City Council has awarded a £5m contract to Lagan Technologies of Belfast to develop a new online system that will provide a link between local residents and the various council departments.
Birmingham City Council is considering plans from Host Hospitality for the development of a £6m leisure academy in Great Barr, to provide leisure, training and conference facilities for local residents and corporate customers.
Birmingham City Council is planning to relocate 800 office staff to the city's Alpha Tower, in order to clear the way for its Baskerville House to be transformed into a luxury hotel operated by Radisson Edwardian Hotels.
Birmingham City Council has awarded a £5m contract to Tilbury Douglas to relocate Birmingham Rag Market Traders to St Martins.
Birmingham City Council has given outline planning permission to Birmingham University for a £10m biomedical facility and European Research Institute, which is expected to lead to the creation of 500 jobs.
Birmingham City Council has approved plans for three shopping developments that will create 1,500 jobs, including a £35m shopping centre and Sainsbury's at Castle Vale, a £20m Sainsbury's store at the Maypole, and a £15m development in Small Heath.
Birmingham City Council has approved plans from architects Hulme Upright Weedon for a 240-bedroom City Inn hotel in the Brindleyplace district, creating 100 jobs.