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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Contract Awarded for Enterprise and Innovation, which will be part refurbishment of a Grade II listed building
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 COUNCIL on an "ego trip" is "destroying" the character of a grade II listed building.
Another Grade II listed building was St Mary's Cathedral which opened in 1879.
The Grade II listed building, which has lay derelict for the last six years, could be open for business by the beginning of next year.
The hall, a Grade II listed building, had been empty and neglected for several years before being bought by Aspire, whose managing director Nigel Begg had the vision to convert the 18th Century building, beside the Felling bypass, into a modern, attractive office space.
John Yates, from English Heritage, said a list of historic buildings had been revised to show how potential developers could adapt the Grade II listed building.
The event starts with a behind-the-scenes tour of the Victorian Grade II listed building which now houses the Cardiff Story and which was originally built as Cardiff's first public library.
A GRADE II listed building in the city centre could be transformed into a restaurant and takeaway.
DEE Cottage is a Grade II listed building situated close to the town centre of Llangollen, but set within mature gardens of approximately one acre.
Claremont Hall, a stone-built Grade II listed building at Belmont Street, Highfields, has been bought by a local developer.
The traditional kiosk in Berwick St Mary, Wilts has been granted Grade II listed building status after a campaign by pensioner Mary Gatling.