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Armada House (grid reference ST587728) (previously known as Nova House) is in Telephone Avenue, Off Baldwin Street, Bristol
It was built in 1903 by Henry Williams, and is now used as offices and a conference centre. It has been designated by English Heritage as a grade II listed building.
It was formerly the offices of the National Telephone Co.
In 1971 one room was equipped by Post Office Telecommunications as a Confravision studio.
From 1983 the second floor was used by British Telecommunications as "Telecom TAN", one of the first commercial call centres & messaging bureaux in the UK.