The construction of Birmingham’s most anticipated new office development, 103 Colmore Row, has taken a major step forward. Rockspring Property Investment Managers LLP (Rockspring) and Sterling Property Ventures (Sterling), the development team behind…
The reinforced steel doors to the bank vaults. Bank robbers would have had a job getting through these doors. A digger gets to work dismantling the vaults from above. It sounds like something from a Hollywood heist movie…
Contractors demolishing the NatWest Tower have now reached the 15th floor of the former 22-storey banking HQ.
Perched high above the city, the view from Bob Brown’s ‘office’ takes some beating. Bob, the tower crane operator on the new 103 Colmore Row development in Birmingham city centre, reveals what it’s like working 350ft above the ground.
The floor-by-floor dismantling of Birmingham’s mothballed NatWest Tower has begun.
Birmingham’s tallest tower crane has been given a festive makeover. More than 9,000 flashing lights have been installed along the 36m (118ft) long front jib and 15m (50ft) of the crane at the Nat West Tower demolition site on Colmore Row.
The first phase of demolition at Birmingham’s NatWest Tower is underway.
Rockspring Property Investment Managers LLP (Rockspring) has today (Thursday, 6 August) received planning permission to build Birmingham’s tallest office tower at 103 Colmore Row, with development partner Sterling Property Ventures (Sterling).