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Plans for a new £1.5m public square in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter have been submitted to Birmingham City Council.
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Escalating tensions between retail landlords and tenants over unpaid rents are spilling over into the courts – as senior industry figures warn that the new national lockdown will cause “total carnage” in the retail and hospitality sectors.
After a long six months, the stay on possession proceedings has finally been lifted, although this does not mean an immediate return to normality.
Landlords can face serious consequences for failing to carry out risk assessments or implement measures.
Countryside and Places for People have signed a national framework agreement that will see them deliver up to 10,000 homes in the next decade.
Construction of new City of London tower 22 Bishopsgate has completed.
Firethorn Trust is looking to snap up 200 acres of land and shift its focus to strategic land acquisition next year as part of its future strategy.
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