Welcome to our Colmore Row office


Solicitors in Colmore Row, Birmingham

Our law firm in Colmore Row is located at the centre of the Birmingham Business District, making us easily accessible for those who work in the City Centre and a short walk from Snow Hill, Moor Street, and New Street stations. We are located close to many local amenities including bars, shops and restaurants, and there is pay and display parking available on the road.

Our property solicitors in Colmore Row specialise in conveyancing in Birmingham and the West Midlands. We have established links with estate agents and other professionals in the area, and we know what searches to carry out and what details to look for when buying and selling property here.

In Colmore Row, we also have an experienced family law team. We know that relationship breakdown can be traumatic, and we are here to provide you with the legal and practical support you need to move on with your life.

In addition, we offer private client services for both individuals and businesses, covering tax advice, trust management, wills and inheritance, Lasting Powers of Attorney and more. We have experts in civil litigation, including personal injury, medical negligence, employment law and disputes.

We are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, which ensures our highly experienced solicitors meet the high standards set by the SRA.

Our solicitors in Colmore Row pride themselves in delivering exceptional legal advice consistently.

Whatever your legal matter, we have experts on hand who will be happy to assist you. Please call and speak to a member of the team on 0121 756 1896 or leave an enquiry via our website.

More about our Colmore Row Office

Colmore Row has traditionally been recognised as the city’s most influential - and affluent - business address, but this wasn’t always so. In the 18th century, before this area of Birmingham became developed, the street was instead a modest country lane called New Hall Lane. It connected the roads from central Birmingham to West Bromwich and Dudley, and separated the farmlands of northern New Hall Estate to southern Inge Estate.

In 1708, St Philip’s Church was built on the south of the lane, providing the beginning of the development of Colmore Row. In 1746, the New Hall Estate was opened up for development by a private Act of Parliament, which led to the continual evolution of the esteemed street.

Today, Colmore Row continues to be the beating heart of the city’s business industry. The street is home to 103 Colmore Row – Birmingham’s tallest office building and the landmark of the city. 103 Colmore Row, which cost £87 million to build, offers panoramic views of the city, restaurants, business lounges and an inspired contemporary design.

Birmingham is a prime location for homebuyers and property investors. The UK’s second largest city is home to three universities, two famous football teams, the Birmingham School of Art and the Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra. It is well-connected, with trains, trams, buses, access to the M6 and A38(M), and a network of cycle paths and pedestrian pathways.

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