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Our Birmingham office

Our offices are in a recently renovated listed building with state-of-the-art facilities right in the heart of Birmingham, opposite St. Philip’s Cathedral. We work across all the firm’s main sectors and have a strong reputation in the city, having been involved in a number of major local projects.

You’ll find a friendly, social atmosphere here, with a Hub where people get together, as well as plenty of breakout areas, quiet booths and meeting rooms. At lunchtimes, you could try the choices at the on-site café, or one of the many local restaurants and bars.

Birmingham Snow Hill and New Street railway stations are a few minutes away and there are several bus stops in front of the office. We also have bike storage on-site, so getting here is easy.

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Where is our Birmingham office?

Pinsent Masons
55 Colmore Row
Birmingham
B3 2FG

Telephone: +44 (0) 121 200 1050

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In and around the Birmingham office

We want your time at Pinsent Masons to be as comfortable as possible. Here are a few of the facilities and amenities that you can enjoy within the office or just nearby.

Living and working in Birmingham

Birmingham has a rich and diverse history and our offices are at the centre of it all. From the Jewellery Quarter to Cadbury World, you can explore the city’s past. And for culture, there are many theatres and large and small music venues. If fancy a bite to eat, you’ll find plenty of choice. For example, The Custard Factory’s independent eateries Brindleyplace with canal side dining and, of course, the famous ‘curry mile’.

If you’re a sports fan, you’ll find two football league clubs – Birmingham City and Aston Villa – in the city and Edgbaston cricket ground. And the famous Belfry course on the outskirts of the city is a must for golfers. Further out of the city, you’re also not far from a variety of towns and villages, from historic Warwick and Stratford-on-Avon, to Lichfield and Cannock.