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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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The bridge became a listed structure in 1971, but was founded in 1535 by Robert Spittal, tailor to King James IV of Scotland.
This is due to it being a Grade I listed structure, as well as the specialist equipment and crew which would be needed to carry out the work.
A Grade I Listed structure and also a Scheduled Ancient Monument, it is believed to be the longest packhorse bridge in the country.
The Grade II* listed structure closed in 1969, and the City Council did a fantastic job turning it into a conference and exhibition centre.
Dr Marek insists the massive Grade II listed structure was handed over to him by Marston's two decades ago to preserve it for the town as brewing ceased in Wrexham.
Completion of the contract on the Grade I listed structure, designed and built by Robert Stephenson in 1849, means that Pyeroy has now repainted and refurbished Newcastle's three main vehicle crossings - the Tyne Bridge, the lower level Swing Bridge and now the High Level Bridge.
A move to designate 16 Moore Street as a listed structure by Mr Costello has been unanimously backed by the ten-member Central Area Committee of Dublin City Council.
But campaigner Kevin Coffey yesterday demanded Fife Council adopt ownership of the Grade C listed structure.
Much of the listed structure has been left exposed and, at Fosters' insistence, unrestored, so that on entering it you are confronted by exposed brick walls rising the height of a cathedral nave and enormous columns and beams, furnaces, bits of conveyors, miles of copper tubes, and huge nameless chunks of rust-red steel.
Latest estimates put the cost of repairs at PS200,000, and owners Anglesey Column Trust say they are "passionate" about restoring the Grade II* listed structure.
The Grade II listed structure , thought to be the largest brick building in the world, is set for a significant overhaul as part of the multi-million pound plans.
Andrew was taken through the plans for rebuilding the 18th century listed structure by county council senior engineer Andrew Wood.