Trebor awarded West Midlands Commercial Developer of the Year, again!
Demolition is underway at Eastern Avenue, Lichfield
Hortons’ Estate Limited, the Birmingham-based property company, has secured 200,000 sq. ft. of lettings at Marchington Industrial Estate in Staffordshire.
Hotel Chocolat is opening a new store in Birmingham city centre.
David Freeman has been promoted to finance director at Hortons' Estate.
Birmingham haulage firm J Madden Transport Ltd has relocated to new premises in the Black Country.
Birmingham restaurant The Wilderness is upping sticks from its Southside base in favour of a new permanent home in the city centre.
A new Indian street food restaurant is to open on Bennetts Hill in Birmingham city centre.
Birmingham property director Richard Norgrove has been appointed Chair of Retail BID Birmingham.
International engineering consultancy Cundall has expanded its operation in Birmingham by taking an additional floor at Fifteen Colmore Row.
Managed ICT services provider Air-IT has relocated its headquarters to new premises at Interchange 25 Business Park, Nottingham. Pictured from L-R: Mark Tomlinson, FHP, James Healey, Air-IT and Jeremy Boothroyd, Hortons' Estate Ltd
One of Birmingham’s oldest property dynasties is celebrating its 125th year in business.
High-end shoe brand Loake is to open its first store in Birmingham at The Grand on Colmore Row.
The award-winning redevelopment of The Grand, one of Birmingham’s most iconic buildings, will be completed with the opening of a 180-bedroom hotel.
The Grand Hotel was announced as the winner of the Commercial Category at the RICS Awards 2017 West Midlands.
The Grand Hotel, Shops and Offices – Phase 1 has been shortlisted for the RICS awards 2017 in three categories; Building Conservation, Commercial Property and Regeneration.
Hiscox Insurance has taken one of the few remaining office suites in Imperial & Whitehall at The Grand, Colmore Row.
Specialist running store Up & Running has taken one of the last remaining units at The Grand on Colmore Row.
A new 50,000 sq ft manufacturing facility at Hollymoor Point, Rubery, has been completed by Hortons’ Estate Developments and Trebor Developments.
iKlinik, a smartphone repair service, is opening its first ‘phone surgery’ in the UK at 50a New Street in Birmingham city centre.