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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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St Martin's Lane at William IV St: Grade II* listed Coliseum by F.
St James church was built in 1774-75, and is grade II* listed as the unique survivor of the 18th century established church in Liverpool and the earliest surviving example of the use of cast iron columns
In Stratford the Grade II* listed Chapel of St Peter and St Paul, in Friar Street, Lower Brailes is noted as being in a very bad condition and the Grade II Old Chapel and Priest House, in Burton Dassett, is poor.
Princes Road Synagogue: A grade II* listed synagogue in Moorish revival style, consecrated in 1874 and built by the Audsley brothers.
Grade II* Listed Building 2015/01171/PA P 34 Goodby Road, Moseley, Birmingham, B13 8NJ.
The building is a Grade II* Listed Building 2015/00717/PA P Chancellors Court C Block, University Of Birmingham, Ring Road South, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT.
The building is a Grade II* Listed Building 2015/00438/PA P 1 Hartopp Road, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, B74 2RH.
The building is a Grade II* Listed Building 2015/00149/PA Curzon Street Railway Station, 1 Curzon Street, Birmingham, B4 7XG.
The building is a Grade II* Listed Building 2014/08790/PA 15 Colmore Row, City, Birmingham, B3 2BH.
It is the only Grade II* listed Edwardian pool in the country which still welcomes swimmers, but its future has been uncertain for a number of years.
Thieves ransacked the Bellefield, in Winson Street, Winson Green, one of the few pubs in Britain that has Grade II* listed building status.