Council could move OUT of Birmingham's famous Council House



Above: Timelapse video shows historic Central Library coming down
Council bosses could move OUT of Birmingham’s historic council house complex – which needs a £24 million refurbishment.
Both the local authority and the city’s famous museum and art gallery could temporarily quit the site – which dates from 1879 – as the work is done.
The famous edifice is showing its age and repairs are needed on its stone and windows, while large-scale electrical work is required within three years to remain compliant with regulations.
Safety issues with the Council House balcony were highlighted last year... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 22
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