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Wragge & Co offices in Colmore Row

Colmore Row

The Colmore Row area is the beating heart of Birmingham's business community. The main street runs from Victoria Square to just beyond Snow Hill station. The area has 23 listed buildings and is the most prestigious business address in the city. It is home to the likes of Wragge & Co, Eversheds, Clearwater Corporate Finance and FleetMilne Property. Follow the latest news from the area with the Post team below.


Family and Divorce Law feature in Birmingham Post supplement

Latest special pullout looks at one of the most emotive areas of the legal profession

Nick Abell, Chairman, Richard Lane, Partner, both Wright Hassall.

Wright Hassall celebrates its 170th anniversary

Wright Hassall was joined by business contacts from across the region as it celebrated its 170th anniversary

Qatari investors have acquired One Eleven Edmund Street

Middle East investors snap up Birmingham office block

Alduwaliya Asset Management acquires home of law firm in Colmore Business District for £22.5m

Up & Running on track for new Birmingham store

National chain is relocating its city centre shop to new home in Colmore Business District

CGI of One Axis Square which has received the green light

Birmingham's backing for Axis Square redevelopment

New office block and a public square next to the Mailbox are warmly welcomed by city council's planning committee

Isobel Lole, Ed Matthews, Sarah Goddard, all Fisher German.

Fisher German celebrates its expansion

Fisher German celebrated their recent expansion at Boleros wine bar in Worcester.

BAM wins brief to develop second Paradise building

Construction group behind Beorma Quarter and Three Snowhill will lead development of Two Chamberlain Square

Rob Valentine from Bruntwood (left) has won the 2016 Birmingham Post/CBRE Office Watch competition, with CBRE's Will Ventham

Bruntwood's Valentine wins Office Watch competition

Second time Rob Valentine has taken home the spoils from the annual Birmingham Post/CBRE competition

Mary Millington, Paul Thompson, Nicole Thompson, Andy Stylianou.

Get A-Head charity ball raises £45,000

Local charity Get A-Head raised over £45,000 at their Variety Ball

Anita Bhalla, Andy Street, Ellen McAdam, Jonnie Turpie.

Guests raise £11,000 at BMAG dinner auction

Birmingham’s business community helped to raise over £11,000 at a fundraising dinner auction held at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.

Tony Bingham, Philip Harris, Wright Hassall; David Emery, Virtechs; Richard Threlfall, KPMG.

Construction experts look to the future

Around 80 professionals attended Wright Hassall's conference, ‘‘UK construction industry – open for business’’, held at Maple House in Birmingham

Santander to open new branch in Birmingham

High street bank eyes vacant unit previously occupied by JD in city centre to replace its Bullring branch which closed last year

Ray O'Donoghue, Managing Director, Midland Corporate Banking; David Smith, Economic Editor, Sunday Times.

Economics expert guest speaker at Barclays event

Barclays hosted an evening for its clients

Rob Holcroft, Life Coach; Emma Heathcote-James, Little Soap Company; Gary Rouse, BDO; Joanne Malin, Midlands Today; Dean Piper, NWedR.

Senior business people sign up to Ambassador role

The Ambassadors scheme is aimed at promoting the benefits of working and living in the region

Gus Miah, Deloitte; Sir Howard Bernstein, Manchester City Council.

Deloitte hosts healthcare dinner

Deloitte held a healthcare-themed dinner and discussion as part of its ongoing thought leadership programme

The team at TSA (from left) associate director Dan Hick and joint managing directors Michael Warburton and Richard Dobson

New Birmingham base for recruitment agency with £4m funding

Yorkshire-based firm secures new funding package from HSBC to support the opening its a new operation in Digbeth

Birmingham enjoying record levels of construction

Newly published report shows highest levels of development in Birmingham in more than a decade

James Trevis, Eversheds; Ian Barnes, Deloitte; Tom Joule, Guest Speaker; Joules; Jim Quantrill, Barclays.

Leading lights attend retail and consumer business event

The evening was attended by over 80 leading industry figures

Shilpi Akbar, Assistant Director, Birmingham City Council; Daniel Caddick, Winner, Young Ambassador of the Year Award.

Awards honour the achievements of young people

The Prince's Trust and TK Maxx & Homesense Celebrate Success Awards honoured the achievements of young people

Calum Nisbet, IoD; Sir John Peace, Paul Kehoe, CEO, Birmingham Airport.

The IoD hosts annual dinner at Warwick Castle

Sir John Peace and Paul Kehoe were guest speakers

In This Week's Paper


Graeme Brown
Editor (Agenda and Business)
Enda Mullen
Business Reporter
Tamlyn Jones
Business Reporter
Neil Elkes
Local Government Correspondent
Emma McKinney
Education Correspondent
Ben Hurst
News Editor
Jonathan Walker
Political Editor