existing grade

existing grade

The grade, 2 prior to excavation or filling.
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Redevelopment and extensive extension to an existing Grade 1 listed primary school to provide a state of the art medical centre.
The project will retail the existing Grade II-listed buildings fronting Hagley Road.
But if the existing grade is sloping gently away from the foundation, there may be other culprits, such as flower beds and mulched shrubbery beds that trap and hold water.
It proved to be a challenging task to blend stunning contemporary architecture with the existing Grade II listed country house of Hinxton Hall, which included incorporating the Kitchen Garden wall of the original house and moving a 45 tonne rare black Mulberry Tree, requiring two cranes and 18 hours to complete.
"With a large proportion of the existing Grade B supply already given over for alternative uses such as student residential accommodation, the market is looking to landlords to retain and refurbish the existing stock for commercial use, to complement the Grade A developments currently in the pipeline."
"No-one impacted by the removal of the leading hand role need lose a job, their existing grade or their salary.
There are four states of transparency, and in its darkest state when viewed externally the east elevation will dramatically reflect the new landscaped campus and existing Grade II listed Rose Line building, tombola's current office."
Summary: Limited new supply will mean existing Grade A office landlords have a leeway
Pasay City has the lowest vacancy rate, with all existing Grade A office buildings fully occupied, the real estate advisor reported.
The first phase, which is due to complete in spring next year, includes the conversion of the existing Grade II-listed building, together with a new-build extension.
"The design of the new self-contained apartments has been able to preserve the character and appearance of the existing Grade ll listed building."