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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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Durham County Council awarded a PS20,000 Targeted Business Improvement grant towards work being carried and as part of the continued measures to support growth and investment in Stanley, the council's conservation officers also advised the brewery on restoring the listed structure which saw over PS50,000 invested in the building's exterior.
Once the arches are finished, the 80-year-old Grade II listed structure will have been fully repaired and repainted.
The decisions go some way to protect a vital river corridor, a site of national scientific interest and an important listed structure.
Andrew Gibson, associate director at DTZ, said: "The old tram depot provides an exciting opportunity for development companies and occupiers to blend a sensitive refurbishment of the listed structure with a new build section fronting the prominent Clare Road frontage.
Why, when this is a listed structure, have Denbighshire council stood by and allowed it to be trashed?
Because of its listed structure status it will be difficult to redevelop, but there are one or two fascinating possibilities emerging.
All that is now left standing of the Grade I listed structure is its pavilion which was also reduced to metal and ashes by a fire in March 2003.
Northern Racing operates the racecourse on a long lease from Brighton & Hove Council, and now St Modwen has been selected as the development partner of the West Pier Trust for the restoration of the Grade 1 Listed structure, which has been derelict for several years.
A large section of the Grade II listed structure collapsed into the sea in the brunt of Storm Doris.
The bridge is a listed structure and is located in an environmentally sensitive area.
As part of the continued measures to support growth and investment in the town, the council's conservation officers also advised the brewery on restoring the listed structure, which saw more than PS50,000 invested in the building's exterior.
The repainting of the 80-year-old Grade II listed structure began following the completion of a deep clean of more than 50,000 square metres of metal.