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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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EMI said it welcomed reports that the architectural preservation body English Heritage planned to list Abbey Road, a step that would make it very hard for any developer to do anything radical to the site.
Today, however, Russian nationalism would seem to require not the careful restoration of St Petersburg but its ruination, in APOLLO in December 2007, I discussed the damage being done to Moscow by unbridled gangster capitalism, as revealed in the book Moscow Heritage at Crisis Point, produced by the Moscow Architectural Preservation Society, SAVE Britain's Heritage and others.
Betjeman agreed that architectural preservation should be the main focus, whereas Kenneth Clark wanted to expand the focus to include decorative objects.
based architectural preservation pressure group, has said the Great Wall is among the 100 most endangered historical treasures in the world.
I will be the first to admit that much (though not all) of what is torn down has little value from the standpoint of architectural preservation.
Smith's interest in architectural preservation began in the '70s while a student in the Graduate School of Architecture at the University of Utah.
The city's architectural preservation, meanwhile, has won international awards, and no place in the world has done as good a job on earthquake preparedness.
A discussion about ownership and access questions, he said, might include a look at laws restricting private property in the name of environmental protection or architectural preservation.
Beer says Portland's commitment to architectural preservation is a key to the survival of neighborhood theaters and the commercial districts around them.
While it may be true that government-directed interests in architectural preservation have been refocused toward a broader definition of heritage, this change has positive implications.

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