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listed building

a building which has been designated by English Heritage or one of the other UK bodies as being of special architectural or historical interest. The rights of an owner to deal with the property are restricted depending on the importance of the listing.
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Andrew Thomas, historical buildings improvement manager at Aberystwyth University, said: "We are really pleased that Cadw has given the Cledwyn Building a Grade II listed status.
The fountain is a grade II listed building and is in memory of Liverpudlian William Shaw Simpson, who was known for his charitable deeds.
Zone 1 comprised the elegant Grade II listed front part of the site; the centre part of the store, including a listed dance floor, formed Zone 2; and Zone 3 comprised the rear part of the site that had spanned the underground car park and service and loading bay entrance at the former store.
Critical incidents may involve listed buildings within or bordering the Impact Zone, as was the case (six months prior to the launch of the initiative) when the ceiling collapsed in the Grade II listed Apollo Theatre (dating from 1900/01) on Shaftesbury Avenue in December 2013.
e other churches which were Grade II listed buildings St Cuthbert 1901 (now a sports club); Park Welsley 1905 (now SSats); Avenue Methodist 1908 (now used for functions).
THE only postwar signal box to be given Grade II listed status is at New Street Station in Birmingham.
DEE Cottage is a Grade II listed building situated close to the town centre of Llangollen, but set within mature gardens of approximately one acre.
uk/theplymoutharmssaintfagans ATMOSPHERE: Situated near the National History Museum, St Fagans Castle and the River Ely, the Grade II listed pub boasts a cosy, rustic atmosphere including log fires and traditional features.
While living in the pounds 399,950 Grade II listed house with her parents and sister, she carved her name into the windowsill.
Halifax Estates, acting on behalf of Jockey Club member Lord Halifax, the owner of the yard, has asked Epsom and Ewell Borough Council for permission to convert the buildings on the site, which include a Grade II Listed indoor riding school, to offices, as well as building a total of 15 two-, three-and four-bedroom houses.
Grade II Listed Building 2017/04040/PA Land at Conybere Street, Highgate, Birmingham.
Contract Awarded for Enterprise and Innovation, which will be part refurbishment of a Grade II listed building