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Birmingham City Skyline

More photos at www.birminghamnet.co.uk/galleries/skyline

The The city skyline from Kingston Hill, Bordesley April 2017
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Snow Hill and BT Tower from the Jewellery Quarter July 2017
 


The city skyline from Kingston Hill, Bordesley April 2017
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Birmingham Skyline May 2005 from Moseley School
 

Birmingham city skyline 2005
The city skyline from Kingston Hill, Bordesley May 2005

City Skyline 16-Jan-2003
The city skyline from Kingston Hill, Bordesley January 2003


Tallest buildings in BIRMINGHAM

News: Holloway Circus Tower Tops Out

Holloway Circus Tower
Birmingham's latest landmark. The Holloway Circus Tower, designed by Ian Simpson Architects reached its full height of 122 metres in 2005 The 40 storey building is now the tallest skyscraper in Birmingham and offers stunning views from the upper floors. The building includes the Raddison Hotel, 150 apartments and a full spec gym.

  Building Name   Ft m Floors
  Telecom Tower Photo
500
152
-
  Joseph Chamberlain Clock Tower Photo 328 100 -
1 Holloway Circus Tower Photo

400

122

40

2 Alpha Tower Photo
328
100
28
3 Cleveland Tower, Holloway Circus Photo
295
90
32
4 Clydesdale Tower, Holloway Circus Photo
295
90
32
5 Orion Building Photo 295 90 28
6 The Rotunda Photo
265
81
23
7 National Westminster House Photo 262 80 23
8 Five Ways Tower  
250
76
22
9 Centre City Tower Photo
250
76
21
10 Hyatt Regency Hotel Photo
246
75
24
11 Snow Hill Plaza (Kennedy Tower) Photo
235
72
20
12 Colmore Gate Photo 230

70

15

13 Quayside Tower (Broad Street)  
230
70
18
14 The McLaren Building Photo
225
69
21
15 Metropolitan House  
225
69
19
16 Edgbaston House  
220
67
18
17 Post and Mail Building Photo
215
65
16
18 Bank of England Tower Photo
210
64
20
19 Broad Street 195-209 Photo
210
64
18
20 Fifty4 Hagley Rd Photo
207
63
18
21 Stephenson Tower, Station Street Photo
205
62
20
22 Hagley House Photo
200
61
17

 

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