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Plans for a 33-storey apartment tower in the heart of Birmingham city centre have been recommended for approval. The proposals for the skyscraper, which would boast 294 build to rent homes, will be discussed by Birmingham City Council's (BCC) planning committee early next month after being submitted by developers.

If the plans are approved, the 100 Broad Street development would include a mix of units from one-bedroom to three-bedroom and communal amenities such as...

Read more: Proposals for ‘striking’ Broad Street skyscraper take step forward amid city’s housing shortfall

Controversial plans to knock down the historic Ringway Centre are set to be looked at again by Birmingham City Council following a bid to save it from demolition. The authority’s planning committee voted to bulldoze the brutalist building in Smallbrook Queensway and replace it with three huge apartment blocks on September 28 last year.

But opponents of the plan have previously called the site one of Birmingham’s most significant heritage buildings and argued the decision...

Read more: Controversial plans to knock down Birmingham's 'brutalist icon' to be looked at again

British Gas will be integrated into Samsung apps in a bid for customers to save money. Amid the ongoing cost of living crisis after Christmas, British Gas is set to be integrated on a Samsung app to help customers cut energy bills.

The new partnership will see the energy supplier's PeakSave scheme be introduced to the tech giant's smart home monitoring app, SmartThings. It will help users set their appliances to use energy when it's cheaper and demand is lower.


Read more: British Gas money-saving change and says 'we want people to benefit'

Mystery surrounds what turned the water bright red in a Birmingham brook. A probe has been launched after the 'strange happening' at Perry Common Meadows.

The red coloured water was first spotted by a member of the public out walking yesterday morning, Wednesday, January 24. City council environmental investigators have since launched a probe to find out what caused it.

It happened in the stream at the Witton Lodge Road end of Perry Common Meadows - not far from the Oscott...

Read more: 'Strange happening' as water turns red in city sparking investigation

Dudley Council must cut thousands of tonnes of carbon dioxide from its emissions to become net zero by 2030. According to a report for the authority’s Climate Change Select Committee 13,209 tonnes of the climate-wrecking gas must be taken out to hit the target.

The main sources of carbon dioxide produced by the council are heating buildings, which coughs up 30.9 percent of the emissions plus electricity used for its own use which contributes 45.5 percent. In his foreword...

Read more: Council must make massive cuts to hit carbon target

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