Oozells Street Board School
The building became a college and then a furniture store for Birmingham City Council before being condemned for demolition. It had a last-minute reprieve as the contract for demolition was being agreed and reopened in 1998 as the Ikon Gallery.
Since 1993 it has become surrounded by the new buildings of Brindleyplace which replaced an earlier industrial area of factories and workshops.
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- Historic England. "Grade II - tower had been demolished at time of listing in 1981 (1076214)". National Heritage List for England.
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