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Report - Civic House - Birmingham 2015

crablab

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Initially, I had planned to visit the demolition site of the Central Library with a friend however, security and the crowds from the German Market were against us and we decided to do a nearby building-under-development instead.

The builders were um, building as we ascended and after some nerve-raking moments we got high enough to be 'in the clear':
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Up to the top level:
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Roof access:
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Up top by the mobile transmitters:
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And looking out over Birmingham and our original target:
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The long way down.......
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The building doesn't have a lot of history; it was owned by Aviva up to 2012 and is 10 stories high. It is currently undergoing (significant!) redevelopment; details here.

Thanks for looking :) More pictures here
 

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