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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It has emerged work to restore the category A listed structure will take until spring before it is finished.
A new bridge would also enable some public access to the far end of the pier, allowing greater appreciation of the listed structure, as well as impressive views of the coast, town and Whitby Abbey.
The Grade II listed structure, in Croxton, near Stafford, was built in 1777 and was a working mill for 100 years.
The new Travis Brow Link Road project will interface with the Stockport Viaduct, a Grade II listed structure which dates back to the 1840s.
Today this spectacular Grade II listed structure is being renovated into duplex, loft-style apartments with dual aspect views overlooking Liverpool's UNESCO world heritage waterfront and a central courtyard.
The integration of all our financial services businesses under one corporate listed structure enables us to accelerate our already splendid growth.
West Yorkshire Police's estates department called in contractors to restore the listed structure in Northgate to its former glory.
Client: AECOM Partners: Amalgamated Construction Limited, Network Rail Award Category: Heritage, Partnership, Construction PRATTS Mill Aqueduct is a Grade II listed structure on the Wyrley & Essington Canal, which was also designated in 2008 as a Local Nature Reserve.
For many months, the pillars, walls and handrails on the Grade I listed structure have been covered with ugly markings, including numerous signatures, messages and swear words.
The packhorse bridge at Hampton-in-Arden, now a Grade II* Listed structure as well as a Scheduled Ancient Monument, is one of the latter, as it features three stone and two brick arches.
Officials are recommending Conwy councillors back moves to demolish the entire Grade II listed structure aside from 76 stanchions.
OTHER LISTED STRUCTURES IN AND AROUND CARDIFF | The animal wall at Cardiff Castle was built in 1890 and designated a Grade I listed structure in 1952.