No. 1 Colmore Square is located at the heart of Birmingham’s Central Business District in a prominent position overlooking the newly landscaped Colmore Square.

The building sits in close proximity to the Midland Metro, providing easy access throughout the heart of the city and a fast link between the city’s two major rail stations. Birmingham Snow Hill station is merely 5 minutes walk away from the building, with Birmingham New Street station a further 5 minutes walk, both providing connections across the UK.

With a plethora of local amenities and outstanding facilities, Birmingham has been voted the most popular destination outside London for meetings, conferences and events for six successive years.


No1 Colmore Square
Central Business District
  Metro Stations
Tram Line
  Local Restaurants
A Optus
B Hotel Du Vin
C Purnell’s
D Asha’s
E Fumo
F San Carlo
G Optus Bar
  Local Occupiers
2 Barclays
3 Gowling WLG
4 Wesleyan
5 Grant Thornton
6 The Court Service
7 Government Office
9 Shoosmiths


1 hr 20 to London by train

Birmingham is ideally placed at the heart of the country, offering exceptional connections to local, national and global networks. The city is at the centre of the UK’s road and rail infrastructure. Its international airport handles over ten million passengers a year, with direct flights to cities in Europe, North America and Asia.

New Street is the busiest rail interchange station in the UK with a train leaving the station every 37 seconds.

Birmingham is at the heart of England’s motorway network linking the M1, M5, M6, M40 and M42.

Over 50 airlines provide connection to over
140 destinations.

[By Car]
[By Rail]
2 Hrs 9 mins
1 Hr 20 mins
1 Hr 40 mins
1 Hr 29 mins
2 Hrs 3 mins
1 Hr 58 mins
1 Hr 35 mins
1 Hr 23 mins
Birmingham Airport
15 mins
9 mins


Birmingham is a world city – attracting 34 million visitors a year. It has been voted the UK’s most popular city for meetings, conferences and events, and named the UK’s most entrepreneurial city after London. Birmingham is a city that’s serious about business.

Birmingham is making things happen. Record visitor numbers are backed up by record levels of inward investment creating high value jobs, while the largest investment in infrastructure for a decade is securing the future and enabling the city to compete at the top level globally.

The Big City Plan maps out the city’s proposed development and business growth strategy for the next 20 years. The largest plan of its kind in Europe, it provides investors with the clarity and level of detail required to make favourable long-term investment decisions.

  • 0 million population
  • £0 billion GDP
  • 0 graduates each year
At the heart of a £110 billion
Largest concentration of businesses outside of London