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Listed buildings

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Birmingham's famous Rotunda and the Arts Centre and Music School at Christ's Hospital in Horsham could both soon be listed after arts minister Alan Howarth began public consultation on the two buildings last week. James Roberts' 1965 cylindrical Rotunda is proposed for Grade II. News of the 22 storey tower's potential listing was broadly approved of by locals quizzed by The Birmingham Post this week. The theatre, meanwhile, was built in 1972-74 to the design of Bill Howell of Howell, Killick, Partridge and Amis, includes nine classrooms, a library and a recital room as well as the 500-seat theatre, and is recommended for Grade II*.

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