Talk:103 Colmore Row

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Proposed deletion[edit]

This building is one of the most prominent on Birmingham's skyline, so I think the article should remain. However, I do agree that it could do with some more content. JRawle (Talk) 14:07, 7 October 2006 (UTC)

I agree, this is a major part of the skyline. It is difficult to find information however. It is not exactly internationally renowned so finding links which are not adverts is very difficult. Believe me, whenever I find information on any of the articles I have created, I add it to them as soon as possible. - Erebus555 15:21, 7 October 2006 (UTC)
Well, if it's prominent, at least say so. At present, the article itself gives no reason to suppose that the building deserves an article (which is why I prodded it). --ColinFine 19:11, 7 October 2006 (UTC)

Redevelopment.[edit]

I have found an article on Property Week that says this building is to be acquired by British Land for £21 million. The problem is that if I put this information in the article, a reference will be needed and Property Week is a subscription based service. What should I do? - Erebus555 19:20, 17 November 2006 (UTC)

There's nothing in Verifiability that says the sources have to be free. I would add the information with a reference (WP:CITE) and a note that this is a subscription service. You might also reference the paper copy (if there is one) on the grounds that, at least in the UK, people are likely to be able to consult it in a public library. --ColinFine 20:10, 17 November 2006 (UTC)