gate pier

gate pier

A brick, concrete, or stone gatepost.
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In addition, the development includes the widening of the existing entrance gate, involving the movement of an existing gate pier and repair to existing boundary wall along south circular road (previously granted ref: 2485/08) a protected structure rps reference 1846.
The overall T2 construction project includes a new terminal building, a new boarding gate pier, a new combined heat and power facility, 19 new aircraft parking stands, and an upgraded airport read network.
His friends John Donaghue and John Casey died when their car crashed into a gate pier last November.
THE Council has made the following decisions on these applications: Conditional permission: S Bevilacqua, permission for discharge of con-|ditions on previous permission for the relocation of entrance gates and gate piers (a listed building, within a conservation area), at 25 Lamb Hall Road, Longwood.
In the first category are new boundary railings for Warstone Lane, and stone gate piers, and they are designed to match the original 19th century manner.
The railings, gates and gate piers at the Old Bluecoat School, School Lane.
The gate piers at the entrance came from which local hall which was located between Great Ayton and Stokesely and demolished in 1832?
The scheme of works for the park restoration includes restoring the main entrances by reinstating sandstone gate piers and cast iron railings and gates to original patterns and reinstatement of the watercourse to St Leonard's Dene and restoration of the park ravine.
That, says the planning report, "would destroy the context of the listed gate piers and render them as features without a purpose".
It's Grade II Listed and even the manor's 17th-century ball-topped sandstone gate piers are listed in their own right.
Dr Prasad was given a further repairs notice in March, setting out demands for work, including repairing the gate piers, walls and monuments.
The convent had been listed as a "building at risk' by An Taisce which described it as "a three-storey, five bay, early 19th century house adjoining the impressive stone gate piers which formed the original main entrance to the military barracks".