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London's BT Tower: Landmark to be turned into a hotel after £275m sale


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The BT Tower, a well-known landmark in London, is set to be turned into a hotel after it was sold for £275m.

Opened in 1965 by then Prime Minister Harold Wilson, the 177-metre (600ft) tower was used by television broadcasters for sending signals.

It was London's tallest building for 16 years until the NatWest Tower in the City of London was built.

The tower's former owners, BT Group, announced on Wednesday it had sold it to MCR Hotels.

The announcement has been welcomed by the architectural heritage campaign group C20, which says it hopes to see the revolving restaurant reinstated.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-68352275

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