Once the home of City Hall, Louisa Ryland House, is an integral part of Birmingham’s rich history. This Grade II listed French-style period property features modern interiors and state-of-the-art technology. The spaces are varied to meet a wide range of needs. From a 60-seat conference room, enterprise suites and co-working desks to carefully constructed communal spaces including an on-site café members bar & lounge, and courtyard all designed to promote comfort and community. Forward-thinking design supports a forward-thinking approach. Sustainability and wellbeing are central to Louisa Ryland House, making this a great opportunity for innovative businesses looking to build a strong presence in a progressive space.rnSituated in the heart of the Colmore business district, this prominent landmark is ideally located for commuters and visitors alike with train, bus and rail transport links all within easy walking distance.