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103 Colmore Row

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103 Colmore Row - curtain wall installation

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Tower Crane Raising at 103 Colmore Row 3/8/2019

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103 Colmore Row tower crane installation November 2018

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Construction at 103 Colmore Row 23/1/2020

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Construction at 103 Colmore Row 18th-20th November 2019

103 Colmore Row formerly known as National Westminster House was a building on Colmore Row, Birmingham, England. The original building was designed by John Madin and was completed in October 1975 as offices and a banking hall for National Westminster Bank. After National Westminster Bank vacated the building it passed through several ownerships but failed to lease its offices. In 2008 a plan by then owners British Land to demolish the tower and replace with a taller modern equivalent was approved. This plan never progressed and the building passed to the developer Sterling Property Ventures, who successfully applied to have the building demolished and a new tower constructed in 2015. Demolition began in July 2015 and was completed in January 2017.
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  • Original building 

  • Approved replacement 

  • New ownership 

  • Demolition and Construction