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General | 13th January 2020

Region urged to go #BlueMondayGreen and banish the blues

People and organisations in the region are being urged to turn #BlueMondayGreen and banish the blues on what is reputedly one of the most miserable days of the year.
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Region urged to go #BlueMondayGreen and banish the blues13/01/2020
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General | 13th January 2020

Have your say on plans to revamp city centre public spaces

Birmingham businesses, citizens and visitors are being encouraged to take part in a public consultation over plans for a £25m regeneration of the city centre, which opens today (13 January 2020).
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Have your say on plans to revamp city centre public spaces13/01/2020
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General | 13th January 2020

Council to consult on draft Birmingham Transport Plan

Birmingham City Council has today (13 January) published a draft plan setting out its vision for the future of transport in the city.
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Council to consult on draft Birmingham Transport Plan13/01/2020
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General | 10th January 2020

Citywide direction on houses in multiple occupation (HMO) to be introduced in Birmingham

A citywide direction on houses in multiple occupation (HMO) is to be introduced by Birmingham City Council from 8 June 2020.
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Citywide direction on houses in multiple occupation (HMO) to be introduced in Birmingham10/01/2020
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General | 8th January 2020

West Midlands tourism champions urged to apply for new board role

Local experts from the West Midlands are being encouraged to apply for a position on the new Regional Board for Tourism
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West Midlands tourism champions urged to apply for new board role08/01/2020
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General | 19th December 2019

Birmingham’s German Market to give away hundreds of Christmas trees

Charities are invited to take a little bit of Birmingham’s festive market home with them as part of a Christmas Eve giveaway.
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Birmingham’s German Market to give away hundreds of Christmas trees19/12/2019
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General | 18th December 2019

Medilink West Midlands celebrates 18 years of support

Medilink West Midlands will host its annual Medical and Healthcare Business Awards on Thursday 13 February 2020, bringing together life sciences, healthcare and med-tech
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Medilink West Midlands celebrates 18 years of support18/12/2019
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General | 16th December 2019

#BrumBudget20: Have your say at public budget consultation event

Businesses, community groups and voluntary organisations are invited to have their say on Birmingham City Council’s budget proposals for 2020+ at a drop-in event.
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#BrumBudget20: Have your say at public budget consultation event16/12/2019
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General | 9th December 2019

Birmingham’s tallest residential tower approved

Birmingham City Council has approved plans for the tallest residential tower in the Midlands, Court Collaboration’s One Eastside scheme
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Birmingham’s tallest residential tower approved09/12/2019
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General | 6th December 2019

The Commonwealth Games Federation Coordination Commission

The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) Coordination Commission has underlined their confidence that Birmingham 2022 will deliver a fantastic Commonwealth Games
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The Commonwealth Games Federation Coordination Commission06/12/2019
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General | 27th November 2019

Investment and growth key priorities at GBSLEP annual conference

The Greater Birmingham & Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership (GBSLEP) has underlined its priority of creating jobs and attracting investment to the city region as it reflects on another busy year.
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Investment and growth key priorities at GBSLEP annual conference27/11/2019
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General | 13th November 2019

Building work to begin on £73 million Sandwell Aquatics Centre

Major construction will begin on the Sandwell Aquatics Centre in the New Year.
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Building work to begin on £73 million Sandwell Aquatics Centre13/11/2019
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General | 12th November 2019

Centenary Square project wins prestigious award

Birmingham City Council scooped its first award for the successful redevelopment of Centenary Square last week.
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Centenary Square project wins prestigious award12/11/2019
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General | 11th November 2019

Major law firm announces move to Paradise Circus

One of Birmingham's largest law firms has agreed a deal to move to the new Paradise development.
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Major law firm announces move to Paradise Circus11/11/2019
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General | 11th November 2019

Funding available to training and skills development organisations

£2 million of new funding from the European Social Fund (ESF) is available to organisations in the Greater Birmingham & Solihull LEP (GBSLEP) area.
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Funding available to training and skills development organisations11/11/2019
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General | 8th November 2019

Green light for mixed-use scheme in Birmingham

Birmingham City Council has given planning permission for the construction of a £125m residential-led development in the Jewellery Quarter
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Green light for mixed-use scheme in Birmingham08/11/2019
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General | 4th November 2019

#BrumBudget20: Have your say

Birmingham City Council is set to launch a public consultation into its 2020/21 budget proposals later this month.
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#BrumBudget20: Have your say04/11/2019
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General | 22nd October 2019

Plans for £25million revamp of city centre public spaces announced

Plans for a £25million regeneration of Birmingham’s city centre – which include bringing Victoria Square’s famous ‘Floozie in the Jacuzzi’ fountain back into use – have been revealed this week.
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Plans for £25million revamp of city centre public spaces announced22/10/2019
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General | 17th October 2019

Birmingham’s Frankfurt Christmas Market 2019

The city’s internationally renowned Frankfurt Christmas Market will mark its 20th year in Birmingham when it returns next month.
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Birmingham’s Frankfurt Christmas Market 201917/10/2019
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General | 16th October 2019

More than 180 businesses gather to hear about Perry Barr Residential Scheme

Local businesses, suppliers, Tier 1 contractors and exhibitors attended FinditinBirmingham’s latest breakfast event at the Council House today (Wednesday 16 October 2019), to hear from Birmingham City...
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More than 180 businesses gather to hear about Perry Barr Residential Scheme16/10/2019
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General | 15th October 2019

Draft Games Strategic Transport Plan

The Birmingham 2022 Draft Games Strategic Transport Plan, which sets out how the region’s transport network will be managed during the Games, has been launched
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Draft Games Strategic Transport Plan15/10/2019
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General | 14th October 2019

Tram extension scoops engineering award

A project to expand tram services in Birmingham city centre has won a major accolade, at an international awards ceremony celebrating light rail sector.
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Tram extension scoops engineering award14/10/2019
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General | 10th October 2019

Planning application submitted for Alexander Stadium redevelopment

Proposals for the redevelopment of Alexander Stadium have been submitted to Birmingham City Council’s planning department for consideration today (10 October 2019).
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Planning application submitted for Alexander Stadium redevelopment10/10/2019
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General | 9th October 2019

Businesses urged to use free online Brexit Health Check tool

As we approach Brexit on 31 October, businesses are being reminded they can take advantage of a free online tool to support them.
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Businesses urged to use free online Brexit Health Check tool09/10/2019
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General | 2nd October 2019

Calling marketing and creative services suppliers

Birmingham 2022 Organising Committee has launched the next phase of procurement to secure marketing and creative services that will help drive awareness of the Games over the next three years.
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Calling marketing and creative services suppliers02/10/2019
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General | 2nd October 2019

Jerroms expands following merger with corporate finance business

Solihull-based accountants and business advisers Jerroms has merged with Blue Sky Corporate Finance, a financial management advisory firm based in Birmingham.
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Jerroms expands following merger with corporate finance business02/10/2019
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General | 1st October 2019

New Birmingham business partnership set to make a social difference

A new partnership which will support businesses in forming their social responsibility plans has been launched by two FinditinBirmingham members
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New Birmingham business partnership set to make a social difference01/10/2019
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General | 30th September 2019

Is your small business ready for growth?

Take your early-stage business to the next level by joining the Aston Programme for Small Business Growth.
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Is your small business ready for growth?30/09/2019
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General | 16th September 2019

Have your say on the draft strategic transport plan for Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

A draft strategic transport plan for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games has been approved by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).
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Have your say on the draft strategic transport plan for Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games16/09/2019
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General | 9th September 2019

Birmingham 2022 Marketing & Creative Services Supplier Briefing

Birmingham 2022 is seeking to establish a new Framework Agreement for Marketing and Creative Services, to support the delivery of the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
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Birmingham 2022 Marketing & Creative Services Supplier Briefing09/09/2019
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General | 6th September 2019

Birmingham climate taskforce announced

A taskforce is being set up to draw up an action plan setting out how Birmingham will tackle climate change and become carbon neutral by 2030.
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Birmingham climate taskforce announced06/09/2019
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General | 3rd September 2019

Culture Programme Introduction

Birmingham 2022 is hosting an open meeting for the arts and cultural community of Birmingham and the West Midlands to discuss more about the exciting plans for Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games
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Culture Programme Introduction03/09/2019
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General | 3rd September 2019

Birmingham 2022 rewards netball’s success with move to larger venue

Birmingham 2022 is delighted to announce a change in venue for netball, following the recent growth in popularity of the sport.
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Birmingham 2022 rewards netball’s success with move to larger venue03/09/2019
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General | 30th August 2019

Revamped Alexander Stadium set to become new home for university sports courses

Birmingham’s redeveloped Alexander Stadium is set to provide a new base for up to a thousand Birmingham City University sports and exercise students, leaving a major sporting legacy in the city.
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Revamped Alexander Stadium set to become new home for university sports courses30/08/2019
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General | 19th August 2019

Gowling WLG announced as Official Legal Advisers and first sponsor for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

Birmingham 2022 has announced Gowling WLG as Official Legal Advisers for the Commonwealth Games.
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Gowling WLG announced as Official Legal Advisers and first sponsor for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games19/08/2019
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General | 15th August 2019

New training hub offers construction training at Perry Barr Residential Scheme

Hundreds of local people will have the chance to learn valuable construction skills and help build more than 1,400 new homes on one of Birmingham’s biggest construction sites thanks to a new training ...
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New training hub offers construction training at Perry Barr Residential Scheme15/08/2019
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General | 9th August 2019

New Ladywood leisure centre up and running

Ladywood's £8.5 million state-of-the-art leisure centre in Ladywood, located between Icknield Port Road and Ladywood Middleway, has opened its doors to the public
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New Ladywood leisure centre up and running09/08/2019
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General | 1st August 2019

Perry Barr regeneration: Phase Two planning consent is secured

Outline proposals for the second phase of the regeneration of Perry Barr were approved by Birmingham City Council’s Planning Committee today (1 August)
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Perry Barr regeneration: Phase Two planning consent is secured01/08/2019
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General | 29th July 2019

Exciting new logo launched for Birmingham 2022

With three years to go until the opening ceremony of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, organisers have unveiled the new brand and vision for the Games
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Exciting new logo launched for Birmingham 202229/07/2019
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General | 24th July 2019

Birmingham 2022 unveils its vision and new brand identity

To mark the milestone of three years to go, the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games has unveiled its new brand identity which underpins its vision to create a ‘Games for everyone’.
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Birmingham 2022 unveils its vision and new brand identity24/07/2019
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General | 11th July 2019

West Midlands partners reflect on successful Meetings Show

A West Midlands delegation of business tourism partners secured more than 200 appointments, worth a potential £2 million for the region, at this year’s Meetings Show.
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West Midlands partners reflect on successful Meetings Show11/07/2019
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General | 5th July 2019

Celebrate three years to go until the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

Dine with Team England athletes with street food from across the Commonwealth at a free family-friendly festival of sport, food and live performances on 27 July
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Celebrate three years to go until the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games05/07/2019
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General | 4th July 2019

Innovative community research project launch

The team behind Birmingham 2022 is dialling up the countdown to the Commonwealth Games by rolling out an art-led community research project that aims to connect communities across the West Midlands.
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Innovative community research project launch04/07/2019
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General | 3rd July 2019

New look Centenary Square opens to the public

One of Birmingham’s flagship public spaces was officially opened to reveal its new design in a special ceremony today (3 July).
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New look Centenary Square opens to the public03/07/2019
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General | 26th June 2019

£778m investment into city and region to deliver Commonwealth Games

Birmingham and the West Midlands region will benefit from a £778 million investment to stage the 2022 Commonwealth Games, the government has confirmed today.
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£778m investment into city and region to deliver Commonwealth Games26/06/2019
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General | 25th June 2019

£778M investment in Birmingham and the West Midlands to deliver 2022 Commonwealth Games

Games will benefit Birmingham, the West Midlands and the UK through job creation, business and trade opportunities, and tourism Budget is split 75% / 25% between central government and Birmingham City...
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£778M investment in Birmingham and the West Midlands to deliver 2022 Commonwealth Games25/06/2019
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General | 24th June 2019

Perry Barr highways scheme consultation extended

A consultation into planned highway infrastructure improvements in Perry Barr has been extended by two weeks.
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Perry Barr highways scheme consultation extended24/06/2019
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General | 21st June 2019

Plans revealed for Alexander Stadium redevelopment

Plans showcasing the emerging design for the redevelopment of Alexander Stadium have been published, as public consultation begins.
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Plans revealed for Alexander Stadium redevelopment21/06/2019
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General | 21st June 2019

Birmingham wins at property awards

Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust (BMHT), the council's housebuilding arm, won ‘Social Housing Developer of the Year' at the West Midlands Residential Property Awards on 20 June 2019.
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Birmingham wins at property awards21/06/2019
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General | 17th June 2019

Birmingham wins share of multi-million pound parks fund

Birmingham has won a place on a new multi-million pound initiative to enhance the future of its parks and green spaces.
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Birmingham wins share of multi-million pound parks fund17/06/2019