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New managing partner at EY in Birmingham

New managing partner at EY in Birmingham

Financial services firm EY has appointed a new managing partner for Birmingham and the Midlands. Simon O'Neill has taken over the reins from Sara Fowler who has held the role since 2010. Mr O'Neill is based in the Midlands and has been with EY in the UK

11 July 2017 in Regional West
 
Second term for Jewellery Quarter BID

Second term for Jewellery Quarter BID

The Jewellery Quarter Business Improvement District has received backing from companies in the historic manufacturing district to launch a second five-year term. It held a ballot among its members asking whether they wished to see the BID return for anot

11 July 2017 in Regional West
 

Birmingham restaurant chain Handmade Burger Company goes into administration

Restaurant chain The Handmade Burger Company has gone into administration with the immediate closure of nine of its 29 sites. The group, which was founded in Brindleyplace, has closed down its website and social media accounts. The future of the burger c

11 July 2017 in Regional West
 

Channel 4 News 'should be broadcast from Birmingham'

Channel 4 News should be presented from Birmingham, ensuring one of television's flagship national news shows is produced outside London. That's according to the Campaign for Regional Broadcasting Midlands, which is backing calls to bring Channel 4 to th

11 July 2017 in Regional West
 

I did not quit Wales in disgrace, says Ally

Birmingham's new equalities chief yesterday denied he had left Wales' top race relations body under a cloud. Dr Mashuq Ally resigned from the prestigious post of director of the Welsh Commission for Racial Equality after an internal investigation was lau

11 July 2017 in Regional West
 

Gym bosses claim they were forced out of business by Lidl supermarket plans

Husband and wife gym bosses are looking for a new base after their business was allegedly shut down to make way for a new Lidl store. Trainers Steve and Abigail Rowland say they were forced to close Fitness First in Pershore Road, Stirchley, because of t

11 July 2017 in Regional West
 

Commonwealth Games would showcase a resurgent West Midlands to the world

By Andy Street All sorts of people have their reasons for supporting Birmingham’s bid – everything from the cultural benefits to the sporting legacy to the upturn in tourism. All very good reasons to be excited about the prospect of the Commonwealth Game

10 July 2017 in Regional West
 

Wanted: Investor who can deliver 10,000 jobs and major boost to city economy

Potential investors have until the end of the month to lodge their interest for Birmingham’s largest development site. The Peddimore site near Sutton Coldfield is set to create up to 10,000 jobs and generate £350 million for the local economy. Perfectly

10 July 2017 in Regional West
 

Best chicken tikkas and other reasons Perry Barr is ideal home for Commonwealth Games 2022

A SUCCESSFUL Commonwealth Games bid would be the catalyst for new investment and a re-invention for many parts of Birmingham and beyond. Among them would be Perry Barr which is home to the Alexander Stadium, a world-class BMX track and the proposed athle

9 July 2017 in Regional West
 

Sutton Coldfield councillors barred from talking party politics

Town councillors have been banned from mentioning their Conservative or Labour Party divisions in a bid to foster a more collaborative atmosphere at meetings. The Sutton Coldfield Town councillors have agreed to avoid gratuitous references to party polit

9 July 2017 in Regional West
 

Back smaller builders to tackle housing shortage says Wayne Hemingway

Fashion giant turned urban designer Wayne Hemingway has called on Government to speed up house building for young people. Mr Hemingway, who famously founded the Red or Dead fashion house, told a meeting of council bosses at the Library of Birmingham that

8 July 2017 in Regional West
 

Commonwealth Games bid is golden chance to change Birmingham's story for the better

We have a great chance to change Birmingham’s story for the better. The city is in the running to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games and become the future home of Channel 4. If successful the impact of these will go beyond the worlds of sport and culture.

8 July 2017 in Regional West
 

Jamie Roberts reveals what it takes to be selected for the British and Irish Lions

“The Lions only field the best and that’s what’s needed.” These are the words of Welsh rugby star Jamie Roberts who played for the British and Irish Lions in 2009 and 2013. And they will ring true for the team tomorrow (Saturday July 8) as they play thei

7 July 2017 in Regional West
 


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