listed building

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listed building

n
(Architecture) (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

[ˈlɪstɪdˈbɪldɪŋ] n (Brit) (Archit) → edificio sotto la protezione delle Belle Arti
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The Old Hall, in New North Road, Heckmondwike and the Fleece Inn on Jepson Lane in Elland are both Grade II* listed buildings, achieving their listings in 1980 and 1968 respectively.
Grade II Listed Building and is adjacent to the following Grade II Listed Buildings 89, 91, 93, 95, 95a, 97 and 99 Harborne Road and the following Grade II* Listed Building: 83 (Giles House ) Harborne Road 2015/06254/PA 29 George Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 1PJ.
A Grade II* listed building is one of particular importance and is believed to be of more than special interest.
Among the five successful theatres in this round are the Grade II* listed Trinity Theatre in Tunbridge Wells and the community-owned Shanklin Theatre on the Isle of Wight.
The aim of the project is the restoration of the Dreamland, Margate Amusement Park, including stabilisation, alteration and refurbishment of the undercroft of the Grade II* listed Dreamland cinema building with provision of services and facilities to reinstate the area as the main Dreamland amusement park entrance off Margate~s Marine Terrace promenade, renewing services around Dreamland~s external areas, landscaping, way-finding and site interpretation.
The Grade II* listed farm, disused since 2002, has been added to the register because of concerns for its future.
The Grade II* listed building will use the money to upgrade its leadwork and joinery, repair rendering and make specialist repairs to stained glass.
The lighthouse dates from 1871 and is Grade II* listed.
There are dozens of grade II listed buildings on the street along with the derelict grade II* listed Church of St Andrew, a landmark on the ECHO'S Stop the Rot buildings hit list.
Recent losses have included the Grade II* listed Bellfield Inn, which was gutted by fire, and the demolition of the Duke of York, a Grade II listed building at the entrance to the Jewellery Quarter.
The company, which employs four, will work on the conversion of a Grade II listed mill in Preston, Lancashire, into 184 apartments and the conversion of two Grade II* listed mills in Huddersfield into homes.
The aim of the project is the restoration of the Dreamland, Margate Amusement Park, including repair and restoration of the Grade II* listed Scenic Railway roller coaster, stabilisation, alteration and refurbishment of the undercroft of the Grade II* listed Dreamland cinema building with provision of services and facilities to reinstate