St Matthew's Church deserves to be recognised as one of Birmingham’s star architectural attractions, believes Alan Clawley.
Alan Clawley considers what should be the defining ‘iconic’ symbol of Birmingham.
Alan Clawley explores the ins and outs of modern architecture.
Alan Clawley has been watching the redevelopment of Birmingham's New Street Station and takes issue with the motives behind it.
Alan Clawley on the impending closure of Birmingham Central Library in June - but ideas are still being proposed for its future
Alan Clawley has published a book in a popular series.
Alan Clawley writes about the re-constituted Conservation and Heritage Panel
Alan Clawley explains the case for retention, not destruction.
Alan Clawley finds similarities between Birmingham’s ‘modern’ developments and some of those post-war architectural monuments in Europe
The Birmingham Press has been granted rights to use some pictures of historic interest showing how Birmingham has changed. As Alan Clawley explains, history has a habit of repeating itself.
Loads of space in the new library of Birmingham, but what's it for? wonders Alan Clawley.
Alan Clawley shares some views of Birmingham's semi-subterranean pedestrian history.
Alan Clawley wades through the gloom and doom of budget cuts and asks why Sir Albert Bore is predicting the end of local government as we know it.
Alan Clawley claims that reports of the imminent destruction of John Madin's library are way off the mark and that the campaign to save it goes on.
Alan Clawley scans a Birmingham landscape with a highly critical eye.
Alan Clawley spots a confusing, yet festive, dichotomy.
Alan Clawley believes history shows that the Council just can’t cope with anyone who displays too much passion for the past.
Alan Clawley writes: "We are not alone in being sceptical about the ability of the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and the RZ to rescue developments like Paradise Circus."
Birmingham’s Friends of the Central Library has submitted a formal objection to the Argent planning application for Paradise Circus.
Alan Clawley believes Birmingham doesn't capitalise on its historic assets and suggests a better way to make more of them.