Methodist Central Hall - A Birmingham Gem!

The Methodist Central Hall, located at the northern end of Corporation Street, is a stunning red brick and terracotta Grade II listed building designed by Ewan and James Harper.

With its distictive tower and terracotta exterior, the Methodist Central Hall is one of Birmingham's most famous buildings and the red brick and terracotta exterior manufactured by Tamworth's Gibbs and Canning complements the Victoria Law Courts opposite.


It was built in 1903-04 by architects Ewan and James Harper at a cost of £96,165. 

There have been numerous plans to rennovate this wonderful building, most recently in 2017 with a £35 million proposal to covert it into a 160 bed hotel.  


Project dates

13 Feb 2021 - On-going


History & heritage, Classic Architecture


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Jonathan Bostock

0121 410 5520