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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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A Grade II listed building with historic links to George Borrow
Claremont Hall, a stone-built Grade II listed building at Belmont Street, Highfields, has been bought by a local developer.
The traditional kiosk in Berwick St Mary, Wilts has been granted Grade II listed building status after a campaign by pensioner Mary Gatling.
A stunning refurbished Grade II listed building, dating back to 1844, the Hard Day's Night Hotel incorporates the Beatles' story into its design.
Within this ten-storey Grade II listed building in Whitehall Place, Westminster, only the facade is being retained.
The grade II listed building was built by the area's famous Vaughan family, from whom Cerys Matthews and Mary Quant are descended.
The 620ft structure - still better known as the Post Office Tower - is now a Grade II listed building.
Leading law firm Jackson Lees has opened a new spacious office in a Grade II listed building in the heart of Hoylake.
It is not yet known who has bought the impres-sive Grade II listed building or what they plan to do with the huge site.
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WORK to transform a Grade II listed building on Stockton High Street has begun.