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Birmingham's Car Park Clampdown
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Birmingham's Car Park Clampdown

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Birmingham's Workplace Parking Levy: What It Means
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Birmingham's Workplace Parking Levy: What It Means

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Birmingham BTR: Developers Get A Gentle Smack On The Wrist
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Birmingham BTR: Developers Get A Gentle Smack On The Wrist

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Birmingham's Ambitious New Zero Carbon Policy: Property Prepares

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Whichever Developer Scoops Waheed Nazir Will Have Won A Big Prize

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Birmingham BTR Will Be The Best The UK Has Ever Seen

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Birmingham Clean Air Zone: Government Mucks It Up

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Jewellery Quarter Rents Sparkle, But Are They Too High?

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Watch Out Property, Here Comes Biophilic Birmingham

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Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter
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Birmingham's Blandification: A Real Risk In 2019?

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NEC.City: Birmingham's New 420 Acre, 3.3M SF Business District

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More JVs, More Development, More Strategy As Birmingham Rethinks Its £2.4B Property Portfolio

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Arden Cross HS2 Birmingham high speed train industrial office
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HS2: Waheed Nazir Takes Command At Arden Cross

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NEC National Exhibition Centre Birmingham UK
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The Disneyland Of Trade Shows: Is £800M A Mickey Mouse Price For The NEC?

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 Birmingham’s tallest residential tower, part of The Bank scheme, owned by real estate investment company Aprirose, has reached practical completion.

The £35 million residential development in the heart of Birmingham city comprises 189 studio, one and two-bedroom properties and has already sold 90% of its apartments.  The site also hosts retail space on the ground floor, private landscaped gardens and a concierge service.

The 22-storey building standing 70 meters high is Aprirose’s first large scale residential scheme. Designed by Glancy Nicholls Architects the construction of the tower was managed by Midlands Based developer Regal (West Point) Ltd, a subsidiary of the Regal Property Group and delivered by Wates Construction.

Aprirose are also developing a second residential tower at The Bank Scheme. This building comprises, 217 studio, one and two-bedroom apartments as well as a private gym and restaurant and is due to complete in the winter of 2019.  The second tower, once complete, will stand at 33 storeys overtaking the first as the tallest residential tower in Birmingham.  The Bank Scheme is located off Sheepcoate Street, between Brindleyplace and Broad Street and is set to become a key landmark in Birmingham
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Skyscrapers And Modular Housing: Birmingham City Living Is On The Move

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Why The 350-Acre Arden Cross HS2 Scheme Is Suddenly On The Rails
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Why The 350-Acre Arden Cross HS2 Scheme Is Suddenly On The Rails

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Chamberlain Square, part of the Birmingham Paradise development developer: Hermes, contractor Carillion
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From Paradise To Purgatory: Untangling Claims Birmingham's £1B Regeneration Project Is In Trouble

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Birmingham's Top Secret Grand Central Car Park Fiasco

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We’ll Do It Our Way: Council Boss On How Birmingham Gets It Right (And Maybe Manchester Gets It Wrong)

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EXCLUSIVE: City Council Talks To 'Very Special' Operators For 2M SF Smithfield Family Leisure Complex

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Site Of The Century: The Countdown Begins To 42-Acre Wholesale Markets Decision

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Birmingham's Big Affordable Housing Fail

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Visionary Or Bonkers? Birmingham's National Park Plan
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Visionary Or Bonkers? Birmingham's National Park Plan

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You Won't Believe The Birmingham Commercial Property Neighbour Dispute From Hell

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Birmingham State of the Market, left to right: Adrian Bland (Shakespeare Martineau), David Marks (Brockton Capital), Dawn Baxendale (Birmingham City Council), Simon Wilkes (L&G) and Victoria Turnball (Opus Land)
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L&G, Brockton And The New City Council Boss Reinvent Birmingham

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Birmingham: 3 Things Property Needs To Know About Next Week's Council Election

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Is The Pebble Mill Life Science Campus On The Brink of Completion?

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Brum Bike Bonanza Delayed Until 2022

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Heremes Real Estate's £700M Paradise Development, Birmingham - 280K SF office Building Three (One Centenary Way), view towards Centenary Square
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Time To Go Dating: Will Hermes Choose a Funding Partner for £350M Paradise 2?

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