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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
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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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The 8,600 sq ft Grade II listed building was designed in 1890 by Scottish architects Mills and Murgatroyd - who were also responsible for the 1869 redesign of the Royal Exchange building.
Planning permission and listed building consent for the hotel, to occupy part of no 16 and the whole of no 18, were granted last year.
Using their powers of delegated authority, BCBC officers refused the full application and approved the listed building consent in August 2017.
Planners noted: "This church is a historically important and prominent listed building which makes an important contribution to the streetscape as well as the conservation area.
They say that this, together with the listed building consent, paved the way for a planning inspector to easily overturn the council's decision and permit the entire development as soon as Castell Homes appealed.
| Discharge, conditions 4 (staircase detail) 7 (render detail) and 8 (mortar detail) on previous permission 2015/91981 for Listed Building Consent for alterations and extensions to former Crystal Homes 2 Limited, grade II listed weaver's cottages to form one dwelling, former weavers cottage, Owlar Bars Road, Meltham.
3 Listed building consent is obtained from your local council and is a similar process to applying for planning permission - sometimes you'll need planning as well.
Many local councils identify locally listed buildings, which are considered to be historically important to the area but are not ocially listed.
II* or 2 Listed buildings are considered to be of special historical or architectural interest of national importance.