Re: Re: Liberty Hall
The tower footprint is very small, and as others have correctly said, the central service core makes for very little useful space on each of the floors. Likewise the glazing made the rooms initially very hot.
I could see, barely, the logic of keeping part of the site for the meeting hall when the original tower was built.
Mass meetings (usually of striking busworkers), if I recall correctly had to be held somewhere back then but what, exactly, is the point of keeping the hall now. A non performing asset?
I understand the hall was only recently refurbished, which makes a hard decision about redeveloping it unlikely.
Any sign of the “Helga” in the Custom House Docks?