InterCity House in 2008
|Location||North Road West, Plymouth, Devon, PL4 6AB|
|Roof||47.20 m (154.9 ft)|
Intercity House is an office building at Plymouth railway station (formerly known as Plymouth North Road station), the main rail station in Plymouth, Devon. Opened in 1962 by Dr Beeching, it was constructed by British Rail between 1956 and 1962 as part of the post war reconstruction detailed in A Plan for Plymouth, put forward by Sir Patrick Abercrombie at the request of Plymouth City Councillors.
The building was scheduled for a major update in 2014 as part of a ten-year plan to improve the facilities at the station A proposal to remodel the station precinct (published in December 2017) suggests demolishing Intercity House to 'eliminate poor quality vacant office space'.
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