By Nick Johnstone, Nick Johnstone Nick Johnstone Nick Johnstone2010-04-26T17:55:00+01:00
Birmingham City Council's cabinet committee has approved plans to build a hub that would combine council and healthcare customer advice at Sparkbrook in the south of Birmingham.
To read the full story on www.PublicPropertyUK.com visit: Birmingham approves shared services hub
Birmingham Council is planning to stop the management of surplus property in a bid to save the authority more than £10m.
Savills has announced that Barry Allen, founder of the company’s Birmingham office and former head of their Birmingham development team, has retired.
Bank of London and The Middle East (BLME) has sold a retail warehouse in Castleford, West Yorkshire, to a US investor.
Derwent London adds three to executive committee.
A central London purpose-built student accommodation development with a £100m GDV has secured funding from residential investor Beachrock, Property Week can reveal.
Irwin Mitchell has hired Tracy Lovejoy and Victoria Tague to join its planning and environment teams in Birmingham and Manchester respectively, Property Week can reveal.
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