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Canalside at The Mailbox
The Mailbox is the new home to BBC Birmingham. Take a look at the view from our offices of the canalside at The Mailbox.

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The Mailbox is the largest mixed use development in Europe. It combines shops, two hotels, a number of restaurants and bars, offices and the new home for BBC Birmingham.

It was formerly the Post Office's main sorting office hence the new name Mailbox, and there is an underground rail tunnel which connects it with New Street Station.

The BBC is taking 100,000 sq feet of space on two floors to accommodate virtually all staff currently employed at Pebble Mill.

There are radio and television studios and also a public access foyer from where any member of the public can see broadcasting in action.

The move to the Mailbox is part of the BBC's ambition to get closer to all of its audiences and invite new viewers and listeners to learn more about our programmes and services.

Take a look around Birmingham and Solihull with our exclusive panoramic images.

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