Castle House was a 7 storey tower block on the Meadway estate in East Birmingham. The block was planned as part of Phase 2 of the Meadway estate and was approved for construction in 1956. It was completed in 1959 by Wimpey using the no fines concrete method and contained 42 flats. The block slowly declined into a troublespot. Central heating was installed in the 1980s, but it remained inadequate for modern life with no provisional space made for modern furniture. High levels of anti-social behaviour was reported. In 2007, Birmingham City Council approved plans to demolished the estate, and the block was demolished in 2008.