Alan Clawley is really struggling to garner a useful reaction from Birmingham City Council.
In 2010 The World Monuments Fund added Dudley Zoo’s collection of 1930s concrete buildings to its ‘at risk’ register.
Coventry University has been awarded a series of accolades in recognition of its green credentials
Madin walking tour led by Alan Clawley Starting at Five Ways Station, 10.30 am, 22nd June 2013
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.
St. Modwen has submitted a planning application for a new phase of housing in Longbridge, Birmingham.
Birmingham Airport’s new Air Traffic Control Tower has been crowned ‘Project of the Year’ and won a further award for the best ‘Regeneration’ scheme at the 2013 RICS West Midlands Awards.
Alan Clawley explores the ins and outs of modern architecture.
Birmingham-based theatre company Stan’s Cafe’s celebrate the 10th anniversary of their famed performance piece, Of All The People In All The World, with a very special return to the city.
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
Birmingham has unveiled the first glimpse of an interactive 3D map at MIPIM, which brings its new economic zones to life.
Alan Clawley has published a book in a popular series.
Alan Clawley writes about the re-constituted Conservation and Heritage Panel
Wolverhampton’s top sights are vying for the accolade of being named as a city treasure in a new art project by two University students.
The University of Wolverhampton has laid out its plans for its new £25m science building at its City Campus.
Alan Clawley finds similarities between Birmingham’s ‘modern’ developments and some of those post-war architectural monuments in Europe
Ikon Gallery hosts a number of events next month to mark the 15th anniversary of its move to the former Oozells Street School in Brindleyplace