Bank House - Temple Row, Birmingham, UK

Fitzroy Robinson & Partners
Date Built
1969 - 1972
Temple Row and Cherry Street
Comprises a lower, bunker like, block and a 20-storey tower.  Originally a branch of the Bank of England and very similar to the branch designed for Manchester by the same architects.  Apparently the building was later occupied by the Bank of Scotland. Today, St. Phillips Barrister Chambers occupies the lower block.  Property consultants, GBR Phoenix Beard describe the property as, ".... a prominent landmark office building excellently located in the centre of Birmingham's traditional office core. The building offers open plan offices with a range of refurbished suites available."

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