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Historic cow houses complete with stalls.; from one of Dr RW Brunskill's many articles on vernacular architecture in AMS Transactions.
Listed Buildings Threatened with Applications to Demolish in 2005

(The Ancient Monuments Society is a mandatory consultee on applications to demolish listed buildings in whole or part in England and Wales.)

These statistics cover England and Wales but not Scotland or Northern Ireland.
The total number of listed buildings subject to applications to demolish is 127.
The total number of listed buildings subject to applications to demolish in Wales is 14.
The grade of listing is given: I, II* or II.
The month in which the AMS was informed of the application.
The date of the building if known.

C Application submitted by Council
CC Application submitted by County Council
F Application wholly or partly prompted by fire damage.
R Building threatened by a road scheme
Rp Proposal for 'replica' Facade after development.

The result of the application, if yet determined, is given.


AMERSHAM, Bucks. Barn, Crown Farm, Whielden St; II; c17; Aug' F;
(Chiltern) applic to delist remains.

ANDOVER, Hants. Ford Cottage, 55 Chantry St; c16 timber frame; move
(Test Valley) it to 96 High St; April.

BASINGSTOKE, Hants. 36 London St; II; March; gutting of interior; No.

BEDDAU, Glamorgan Cooling towers, Cwm d Coke Works; II*; 1957.

BILDERSTON, Suffolk K6 telephone kiosk, Market Place; II; March; remove
(Babergh) as damaged.

BLYTH, Notts. K6 telephone kiosk, High St and Retford Rd; II ;
(Bassetlaw) 1930; Sep.

BOWERHILL, Wilts. Barn, Bowerhill Farm, Devizes Rd; II; c19; March;
(W. Wilts) No.

BRASSINGTON, Derbys. a) Barn, Sycamore Farm, Town St; II; April; Yes.
b) Barns, Miners Hill; June; c18.

BREDE, E Sussex The Highlands, Udimore Rd, Broad Oak; II; late (Rother) c17; F.

BRISTOL 1. 11-14 Wellington Rd; II; Feb; early c19; dem interiors, keep facade.
2. Beaufort House and 7-10 Bedford Row, Terrell St
BS2; II; c18; Yes.

BROADWAY, Worcs. Barn, Russell Sq, High St; II; timber framed; April; Rp.

BURBAGE, Wilts. Wharfside Crane, Burbage Wharf; II; April; 1832;
(Kennet) Rp in hardwood; Yes.

CAMDEN, LB of 1. 33 Queen Sq and chapel, WC1; II; Feb; c18 & c19
heavily altered; Yes.
2. 8/10 Southampton Row; II; c1905; March; to be
demolished for Crossrail.

CARDIFF Central Hotel, St Mary St, Cathays; II; Feb; mid c19; F;

CARMARTHEN The Mount, Spilman St; II; early c19; Feb; Yes.

CAXTON, Cambs. Granary, Church Farm; II; c17 timber frame; May; Rp.
(S. Cambs)

CHRISTLETON, Cheshire Sundial in grounds of Manor House; II; c18; Aug; mostly collapsed; applic to delist.

CODDENHAM, Suffolk Little Choppins Farm, Spring Lane; II; Sep; timber
(Mid-Suffolk) frame; F; applic to delist after fire.

COUNTESTHORPE, Leics. Barn, 4 Green Lane

DARLEY DALE, Derbys. Tennis Pavilion; March; II; late c19; F; Yes.

DARTON, S. Yorks. Former United Methodist Free Church, Spark Lane,
(Barnsley) Mapplewell; 1829; II; June.

DAWLISH, Devon Old Vicarage, 13 Weech Rd; II; late c17 + 1846; applic
(Teignbridge) to delist.

DEDHAM, Essex Anchor In,, The Heath; II; Apr; timber frame;
(Colchester) proposal to replace with housing. Later applic; Oct; to delist; No; Appeal.

DISS, Norfolk Barn, Algar's Farmhouse; II; May; delisted.

DONCASTER, W Yorks. White House, Clay Lane; II; mid c18; applic to delist; virtually disappeared.

DOVER, Kent 1-7 Cowgate Hill Terrace; in CA; April; mid c19.

DUDLEY, W. Midlands Entrance gate, 6/8 Albion St; II; elaborate late c19;
June; applic. to delist.

EAST BUDLEIGH, Devon Boarden Barn Cottage, Yettington; Apr; c18 cob; F;
(E Devon) Yes.

EAST HAGBOURNE, Oxon. Barn, Fletchers, 19 Main Rd; II; May; c18 timber
(S Oxon) frame

EASTON-on-the-HILL, Northants. Bar, 36 High St; II; c18; Oct; Rp.
(E Northants)

ELSWICK, Lancs. Cruck Barn, Copp Lane; II; Sep; c17 cruck blade barn.
(Fylde) No.

EPSOM, Surrey Garden wall, 4-7 Worcester Gardens, Dalton Rd; II;
1606 remains of Nonesuch Palace.

EPWORTH, Lincs. Barn, 58 Station Rd; II; late c18; Oct. Rp.
(N Lincs)

EXMINSTER, Devon Signal Box, Station; II; Jan; resite; renewal of earlier
(Teignbridge) lbc.

FOLKINGHAM, Lincs. Toll House Cottage, Bourne Rd; II; late c18; Oct.
(S Kesteven)

FRISTON, Suffolk Barn 50 metres W of Friston Hall; II; Nov; applic to
(Mid-Suffolk) delist; largely collapsed.

GAINSBOROUGH, Lincs. Britannia Works, Beaumont St; II; Jan; demolish
(W Lindsey) 2-storey offices; mid c19.

GREAT SOMERFORD, Wilts. Black Barn, Wilkins Lane; II; timber frame; Aug;
(N Wilts) resite.

GREAT STRICKLAND, Cumbria Barn NW of Bradley; II; c18; Aug; applic to delist; already unroofed.

GUILDFORD, Surrey Old River Cottage, Millbrook; II; resite listed building
onto site of No 30 Millbrook.

HACKNEY, LB of 2 gun posts, Union Walk; II(2); early c19; Apr; stolen.

(Gtr Manchester) Manor House Stables, Wicker Lane; II; Dec; timber framed.

HAVERFORDWEST, Pembs. Summerhouse r/of 85/87 City Rd; II; c18; Nov; applic to delist after collapse.

HAYTON, Cumbria Stone byre, Hayton Castle; II; Oct; c18; Yes.

HIGH CONISCLIFFE, Co Durham Valley House, 49 The Green; late c18; Dec. II. Rp.

HORTON-cum-STUDLEY, Oxon. Sir George Coke's Almshouses, boundary wall; II; Aug;
(Cherwell) Rp.

HOUNSLOW, LB of a) Fountain/Conduit, Western International Market, Hayes Rd, Southall; II; late c19; Jan. relocate.
b) Nazarus House, Isleworth; bldg of 1901 by Leonard
Stokes; to be demolished.

HURSLEY, Hants. White Cottage; II; Oct; c18; F; applic to delist.

LEEDS White Cloth Hall, 98-100 Kirkgate LS1; II; June;

LINFORD, Essex Smithy Cottage, Princess Margaret Rd; c17; II; May.

LITTLE NESS, Shrops. Maltings, Church House Farm; II; c17?; July; collapsed.

LIVERPOOL a) 109 Shaw St L6; II; Feb; late c18.
(Merseyside) b) Welsh Presbyterian Chapel, Princes Rd; II; 1868;
May; No.
c) 24 St Anne St; II; July; early c19.
d) 183-185 Duke St; II; c18; Oct; to be demolished as
e) 110-112 Wood St; II; Dec; listed after they had been demolished

LLANDUDNO, Gwynedd Telephone kiosk, Ty Gwyn Rd; II; 1930; July.

LLANVEYNOE, Herefs. Ancient cross, St. Peter & St Beurno Church; c7; II; proposal to resite from churchyard into church.

LODE, Cambs. Anglesey Abbey; remove Sheemakers and Delvaux (E. Cambs) Urns to V & A; II(2); early c18; replace with Rp.

MALTON, Yorks. Grotto, 41 Yorkersgate; II; c18; Sep.

MANCHESTER 33-42 Back Turner St; II(3); Apr; c19; applic to delist; partly collapsed.

MARGATE, Kent Lodge, Royal Sea Bathing Hospital, Canterbury Rd; II;
late c19; Nov.

MARTLEY, Worcs. Horsham Old Court; II; c16; Dec; dismantle and
(Malvern Hills) reerect with new wings.

MARTON, Cheshire Marton Villa, Clay Lane; II; late c18; Rp.
(Vale Royal)

MENDLESHAM, Suffolk Tollgate Farmhouse, Norwich Rd; II; Jan; timber
(Mid Suffolk) framed; resite as Rp.

NAZEING, Essex K6 Telephone kiosk, Betts Lane; II; March; already
(Epping Forest) removed.

NELSON, Glamorgan Barn A, Penywaun Farm; II; Dec.

NEWHAM, LB of 217 High St, Stratford; II; March; c18; already demolished.

NORTHAMPTON Pearce's Leatherworks, Wellingborough Rd, Gt.
(Northants) Billing; II; 1939; demolish factory but leave office block.

NOTTINGHAM a) Telephone kiosk, Main Rd, Holly Ave; II; 1936;
Jan; demolished by a car.
b) 41 Pilcher Gate NG1; II; June; early c18.

OSWALDKIRK, N. Yorks. Stone "barn". Oswaldkirk Hall, Main St; curtilage of
(Ryedale) of II*; c18; Oct.

OXFORD University Boathouse, Abingdon Rd; II; c19; May; F; Rebuild by John Oldrid Scott; Yes.

PIDLEY-cum-FENTON, Cambs. Barn r/o Stanley Farm, Old Hurst Rd; II; March; (Huntingdonshire) c1700; applic to delist.

RINGMER, Sussex Upper :Lodge Farm; II; June; late c17; F; delist; Yes.

ROCHDALE, Gtr Manchester Salinge Corner, Salinge Rd; II; 1897; proposal to delist
following gutting by fire.

SAMLESBURY, Lancs. Samlesbury Lower Hall, Potter Lane; II; Nov; 1625;
(S Ribble) ruinous.

SCARBOROUGH, Yorks. Nurses House, former St Thomas's Hospital,, 11 Foreshore Rd; II; Nov. c19.

SEAFORD, E Sussex 18 South St; II; Nov; early c19; applic to delist but
(Lewes) tantamount to one to demolish.

SEWARDS END, Essex Sewards End Farm; II; Feb; medieval timber frame.

SEWERBY, E. Yorks Marton Hall, Church Lane; II* (curtilage); March;
dem outbuildings; No.

SCREMBY, Lincs. Stables, Low Barn Nurseries, Lowgate Rd; II; March;
(E Lindsey) c18; No.

SHEFFIELD, Yorks. Bethel Chapel Sunday School, 32 Cambridge St; mid c19.

SPELDHURST, Kent Lamppost, Broomhill Rd; early c19; Dec; applic to
(Tunbridge Wells) delist; structure removed from lists.

STOWLANGTOFT, Suffolk Pigsty in clay lump, Old Rose Cottage, The Street;
(Mid-Suffolk) curtilage of II by Philip Webb; late c19.

SWANSEA. Glamorgan Hill House. Appeal against non-determination lodged in December 2005. NEED MORE DETAIL

THORNE, S. Yorks. 1-12 Market Place; mid c17 + mid c18; II; Dec.

TONBRIDGE, Kent The Wheel House, Mill Lane; II; March c18; Rp (as
(Tonbridge & Malling) house); Yes.

TREHERBERT, Glamorgan Libanus Chapel, Bute St; II; 1858-1908.

WANDSWORTH, LB of Battersea Water Pumping Station, Cringle St, SW8;
II' c19; renewal of 1997 consent to demolish.

WARRINGTON, Cheshire a) Bay Horse PH + 54/56 Winwick St; II(3); Feb; late
c18; demolished illegally and demolish contractor fined.
b) 531-541 Knutsford Rd; early c19; II(6); Dec; applic. to delist as already demolished.

WESTMINSTER, City of a) 94 Dean St, W1; II; early c18; March; to be demolished for Crossrail.
b) 9 Duke St, W1; II; Sep; 1776; Rp.

WEST WICKHAM, Cambs Flint Barn (1807), Streatley End Farm; II (curtilage);
(S Cambs) Aug; withdrawn.

WIDWORTHY, Devon White Hart Inn; II; late c16; F; applic to delist Nov as
(E Devon) replica has no historic fabric.

WINDSOR, Berks. 10A Clarence Rd; II; c1830; No; Appeal Oct.

WINTRINGHAM, Lincs. House N of Walnut Farm, 22 Silver St; II; c18; Dec.
(N. Lincs.)

WIVELISCOMBE, Somerset Stables, Hartwell House; II (curtilage); March; Yes.
(Taunton Deane)

WOODCHESTER, Glos. "Tower", Frogmarsh Mills, Frogmarsh Lane; II; c17;
(Stroud) March.

WOODVILLE, Derbys. War Memorial, High St; II; May; 1920; resite; withdrawn.

WORCESTER 48-52 Diglis Rd; II(3); May; c1820; and Oct.

WORKSOP, Notts. Stone barn, NE Forest Hill Park; II (curtilage); Feb;
(Bassetlaw) early c19.


AMS is interested in buildings of all ages and all types. - including modern interiors such as this.
Whitley Sunday School, West Midlands. AMS tried, unsuccessfully to get it listed.
Fine medieval stone carving. - AMS defends secular and non-secular historic buildings.
A building under scaffolding. awaiting essential repairs which AMS have advised on.
The roof at Beverley Minster, Yorks.hire -  featured in Volume 44 of AMS Transactions.
A medieval shopfront - featured in our lecture series on 'Shops and Shopping'.

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