Radio City Tower
Also known as St. John's Beacon
- Radio City Tower, originally called St John's Beacon, was planned to have a 21.3 metre tall mast on the top of it but this was removed from the design whilst the structure was under construction.
- The Beacon originally had a revolving restaurant at the top along with an observation level but these were closed in 1984 following the enforcement of fire regulations which ruled that a lack of a staircase made the building unsuitable for this. Unlike the BT Tower in London no amendment was passed by parliament exempting it from the law.
- The building was completely renovated in 2000 with a new fireproof staircase added whilst the observation level was turned into a second floor with offices and a conference centre for the occupier to use. The weight of this has meant that the original rotating floor can no longer turn.
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- Weightman & Bullen Architects Ltd
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- Williamson Square, Liverpool. L1 1RL
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