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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.

63 Temple Row has been acquired in a £11.6m deal

Birmingham office building sold for £11.6 million

63 Temple Row has been acquired by EPIC UK from clients of Aberdeen Asset Management

Metro Bar and Grill will undergo a facelift in the new year

Metro Bar and Grill to relaunch as pan-Asian restaurant

Popular business bar bought earlier this year by Paul Bassi's Brandasia Group will undergo a revamp to take new direction

KPMG's Birmingham office has just seen its inaugural intake of ten KPMG360° apprentices

KPMG welcomes its first apprentices

The recruits are part of the KPMG360° programme, which offers students a variety of routes to careers within different parts of the firm

CGI of the rear of 55 Colmore Row

CWA wins 55 Colmore Row brief

Jewellery Quarter consultancy appointed to carry out engineering work on city centre office building

A 330ft crane towering over the NatWest Tower

Time-lapse video: See giant NatWest Tower crane erected

A time-lapse video shows the painstaking work to put up the towering structure ahead of the development of the 103 Colmore Row building

Enes Bayrak, Mihrisah Safa, Fusun Ilkay, Selim Ozturk, Ceren Albayrak and Emine Ahmetoglu at the Birmingham Post Autumn Pairs Challenge at Warwickshire Golf Club.

Third Birmingham Post golf challenge goes with a swing

More than 50 golfers from businesses around the West Midlands teed off at Warwickshire​ Golf and Country Club for the third Birmingham Post Autumn Pairs Challenge, in association with Turkish Airlines.

Adam Stokes is preparing to open his new, larger restaurant in Birmingham

Adam Stokes sets sights on second Michelin star at new Adam's restaurant

Head of Business Graeme Brown chats to founder of Adam's as works begins on one of the most long-awaited restaurant openings in recent memory in Birmingham

City planners have backed the development of the first two buildings at Paradise

Green light for Chamberlain Square and Paradise buildings

Construction work can begin on the new office complexes in Birmingham city centre once Central Library and Paradise Forum demolition work completes

REI chief executive Paul Bassi has welcomed another record period for the propery group

Real Estate Investors breaks 1m sq ft barrier

Birmingham property group reports high profit growth as region's economy continues to be boosted by tourism and digital media alongside traditional manufacturing sectors

'Pleasing' results for Gateley

First UK law firm to list on stock exchange has 'solid platform' for a year of growth ahead

Ray O'Donoghue, James Leavesley and Denys Shortt at Barclays' Entrepreneurs for the 21st Century event at The Latitude Club, One Snow Hill.

Barclays hosts event on entrepreneurs

Barclays hosted an event looking at "Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century" in the Latitude Club at the bank's Snow Hill premises in Birmingham

Ellasaid Woodhouse, Henry and Ann Tonks and Simon Smith at Opus Restaurant in Cornwall Street, as it celebrated 10 years in business.

Opus celebrates a decade in business

Opus at Cornwall Street celebrated its first 10 years in business with a party.

Paul Barnes, Sally Smith, Martin Renshaw, Tina Costello, Chris Edsall, Sue Heyes and Peter Rosier.

Midland community groups benefit from Loveitts golf day

Loveitts held a golf day at Warwickshire Golf and Country Club in aid of the Heart of England Community Foundation.

Winning team, Brewin Dolphin - George Kennedy, Craig Swinburn, Jonathan Thompson, Geoff Hands, Marita Roxburgh, Jilly Cosgrove and David Smith, at the 2015 Second City Golf Charity Pro-Am tournament.

2015 Second City Golf Charity Pro-Am tournament goes with a swing

Birmingham golfers took to the tees at Little Aston Golf Club for the 2015 Second City Golf Charity Pro-Am tournament

Simon Littejohns and Martin Green, both of Lodders, attending the company's Summer Drinks Party at Alveston Manor in Stratford.

Lodders spreads some sunshine at Summer Drinks Party

Lodders welcomed professionals from across Warwickshire to its Summer Drinks Party.

Co-founder of Perkins Slade David Slade

Perkins Slade becomes part of Hyperion Group

Acquisition will establish a strong Birmingham presence for Howden which described the city as 'an extremely important market'

Gas Street Wharf and the Worcester Canal looking towards the site now occupied by The Cube and The Mailbox - July 1, 1961

Classic Nicklin Unseen images of Birmingham to go on display in city

Phyllis Nicklin's images will be displayed in the city’s business quarter after a Heritage Lottery Fund Sharing Heritage grant was secured

A CGI of the new Buffalo & Rye, set to open in October

New 'bourbon diner' for Birmingham business district

Birmingham-based bar operator Bitters ‘n Twisted Venues has announced plans to launch US diner Buffalo & Rye in October

Plans have been lodged to turn the shop where Louis Vuitton currently trades into a restaurant

Plans for prominent new restaurant in Birmingham business district

Proposals have been brought forward to covert 67-71 Temple Row into a restaurant or drinking establishment

From left: Laura Turner, Jon Perks, Leila Taleb and Ben Tucker from PR and marketing agency Liquid

New faces and promotions at Liquid

City centre PR and marketing agency expands team on the back of new client wins

In This Week's Paper


Graeme Brown
Editor (Agenda and Business)
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Business Reporter
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Business Reporter
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Local Government Correspondent
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News Editor
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Political Editor