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listed building

(in Britain) a building officially recognized as having special historical or architectural interest and therefore protected from demolition or alteration

listed building

Any building designated as being of historic architectural interest by one of the many organizations dedicated to the preservation of historic architecture.
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This is a Grade II listed building and is still in use to this day.
Planning committee member Bob Beauchamp (Con, Erdington) said: "We are all very concerned when a Grade II listed building comes up for some work.
Clegyr Uchaf is a charming Grade II listed traditional farmhouse (the earliest smaller part is believed to date back to around the 17th century).
We opted for a partnership with Nodal Technologies and we have every confidence in their creative abilities to transform our amazing grade II listed banking hall.
CHIPPY CLASH: The Grade II listed Sun Inn in Lightcliffe
The grade II listed Kinmel Hall's magnificent facade and the stately interior (inset) saw it labelled the Welsh Versailles
HUNSTANTON, NORFOLK, pounds 395K: Grade II listed 4-bed lighthouse on clifftops with stunning views up and down coast.
It's a Grade II listed building and they've agreed to keep the external part.
A GRADE II Listed building in Newcastle city centre is entering a new era as a refurbishment project gets underway to provide 15,000sqft of Grade A office space.
The Grade II listed building in Albert Road, is owned by businessman Tony Spensley who owns a number of bars and nightspots in Middlesbrough including the Dickens Inn in Southfield Road and TS1 in Linthorpe Road.
CADW's guidelines state a Grade II listed building is "of special interest (and) warrant (s) every effort being made to preserve them.
Grade II listed Ushaw Home Farm in County Durham has been added to the Heritage at Risk register