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Last edited 18 Dec 2020
Tallest buildings in the UK
This list of the UK’s tallest buildings includes only those with continuously occupiable floors, as opposed to non-building structures such as communications towers. Roof or spire height is taken into consideration in this ranking, but not antenna height.
(Correct as of 23 November 2018.)
 Top 20
11. Beetham Tower, Manchester. (2006), 169 m (554 ft).
18. Highpoint, London. (2018), 149 m (487 ft).
19. Strata SE1, London. (2010), 148 m (486 ft).
- Millbank Tower, London. (1963 – 1964), 118 m (387 ft).
- CIS Tower, Manchester. (1962 – 1964), 118m (387 ft).
- Shell Centre, London. (1961 – 1962), 107 m (351 ft).
- Royal Liver Building, Liverpool. (1911 – 1961), 50.9 m (167 ft).
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