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Rolls Building Fetter Lane London from the air

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aerial photograph of Rolls Building Fetter Lane London in the City of London London UK. Seen here hiding in the winter shadows, the Rolls Building is used by the Chancery Division the High Court of Justice including the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court which is responsible for Copyright cases. The building was opened in 2011 and designed by Woods Bagot . Construction was by Carillion.

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