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Surgeons' body makes move to Colmore Row

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) has has let the entire fifth floor at 85-98 Colmore Row, totalling 3,716 sq ft

Section of Colmore Row between Newhall Street and Victoria Square where Ann Street once was
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh will have an office on Colmore Row

A surgeons' training body has moved its regional office to Colmore Row in Birmingham.

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) has has let the entire fifth floor at 85-98 Colmore Row, totalling 3,716 sq ft.

The offices will be the Birmingham Regional Centre of the RCSEd, from which membership services will be delivered to its Fellows and Members throughout England and Wales. Members, Fellows and outside organisations will be able to use the offices for events or training seminars.

RCSEd has taken a ten year term at 85-89 Colmore Row after agreeing a deal with Real Estate Investors.

RCSEd chief executive Alison Rooney said: “With some 78 per cent of our UK membership based outwith Scotland, the majority of whom are located within reasonable travel distance of the Midlands,  it made sense to locate our regional centre of operations in Birmingham.

“We are delighted to have found the right premises in such a prestigious part of Birmingham and Real Estate Investors has been instrumental in helping us  to realise this  strategic development for our members on Colmore Row, one of central Birmingham’s principal business locations.”

REI senior asset manager Ian Clark said they had worked closely with Marketing Birmingham and Business Birmingham to bring the RCSEd to the city.

“This is an important win both for Birmingham and REI.  We have secured a prestigious organisation for the city and their own research showed them that Birmingham really is at the heart of the UK, both for business and professional organisations such as the RCSEd,” he said.

The property is a Grade II listed building in a prime position in Birmingham’s city centre, situated on the junction with Newhall Street. Existing tenants include Malcolm Hollis LLP, DTE Leonard Curtis, Fleet Milne Residential, BDP, Chubb Insurance and global insurance group Generali.


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