Historic structure

Historic structure

A structure famous because of its association with a historic event, or the history of the locality.
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Mr Millar said: "The trust are fighting proposals by Conwy Council to demolish the historic structure.
In Bohemian Commercial Historic District) Feasibility study for flood-proofing the building and a Historic Structure Report to aid the owner in preserving this unique property type.
Without significant alterations to the historic structure, the Embassy now receives full-spectrum daylight at 500 lux--up from 250 lux in the past.
The Odd Fellows building is next door to the Higgins Armory building, another historic structure whose future is in doubt.
One wonders if the Futurist facade (the only part of his historic structure capable of being retained) has a future at all?
Easton will prepare a Historic Structure Report for the Society, which was awarded a $63,000 grant for the project as part of Governor Andrew M.
How to Write a Historic Structure Report is the only step-by-step guide to walk readers through the process of compiling a historic structure report, the document key to all preservation professionals which evaluates a historic building before restoration.
Some of the best views of the historic structure can be see from the riverside walkway on the Staiths South Bank housing devel-opment.
According to the court, the easements preserved a certified historic structure and were granted in perpetuity; however, the court, based on expert testimony, reduced the amounts of the deductions.
Preserves a historically important land area or a certified historic structure (the historic preservation requirement); see Sec.
A CELEBRATION will be held this week to mark the completion of a year-long project to repair a historic structure.
The A-listed historic structure on Edinburgh's Calton Hill is about to be put on the Buildings at Risk Register.

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