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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 2006

(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 125.
The total number of listed buildings subject to applications to demolish in Wales is 10.
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.

 

ALBURY, Herts. Barn R/O Catherine Wheel PH; Aug. II; C17; F;
(E. Herts) Totally destroyed in fire - applic to delist.

ANNESLEY, Notts. Headstock, Annesley Colliery, Hucknall Rd; II; C19; Aug.
(Ashfield)

BANKS, Lancs. Greaves Hall, Greaves Hall Avenue; II; Jan; C19; Yes.
(W. Lancs)

BATH, Avon 1-15 Hampton Row, II(7); early C19; Oct; applic to delist.

BEESTON, Notts. Boer War Memorial, Recreation Ground Rd Broadgate; II;
(Broxtowe) 1903; resite; Yes.

BERRIEW, Powys Cefn Garthmyl Farm; II; June; timber frame; F; Yes.

BETLEY, Staffs. K6 Kiosk, Main Rd outside Black Horse PH; II; 1935; Oct.

BICTON, Devon Sleap Cottage; II; July; late C16; F; appl to delist what (E. Devon) survived

BIRMINGHAM 431 Hagley Rd; II; Dec; 1907; F.

BLANDFORD, Dorset The Tabernacle (Parish Rooms); curtilage of tin tabernacle;
(N Dorset) March; c1910.

BOURNEMOUTH 3 St Anthony's Rd; II; Mar; 1908 by Arnold Mitchell; F

BRADFORD, W. Yorks. 34 Hanover Sq, L53; II; mid C19; July; Rp.

BRADFORD ABBAS(W. Dorset) Dorset Bumblebee Cottage, "Hollyhocks" + Old Chapel, North St.;
II(3); March and May; C18; Rp after F.

BRACEBRIDGE HEATH(N Kesteven) , Triple Aircraft Hangar, EH Lee Ltd, Sleaford Rd; II; C1930.
Lincs Oct; already demolished.

BRIDLINGTON, Yorks. Stables, Board Inn, 62 High St; II; C18; Nov.

BRIGHTON, E. Sussex West Pier; I; July + Sep' demolish "root end" and sea
wreckage' C19; F.

BRISTOL, Somerset 1. Presbytery, Pro Cathedral Park Place, Clifton; II; Jan; C19.
2. 4 Ashley Rd; II; Nov; early C19.

BOSCASTLE, Cornwall Lower Bridge; II; II; July; 1887; for flood alterations.
(N Cornwall)

CAERLEON, Gwent Little Bulmore Farmhouse, Bulmore Rd; II; C17; June.

CANTERBURY, Kent Barton Mill, Barton Mill Rd; II; C18/early C19; Rp of
elevations after fire; F. May.

CASTLE CAMPS, Cambs (S Cambs) . Old School Room, All Saints Church; II* (curtilage); July;
C19; Yes.

CHADDERTON, Lancs. (Oldham) Mill chimney, Manor Mill, Victoria St; II; 1906; Dec.

CHATHAM, Kent (Medway) Theatre Royal, High St; II; Feb; c1900; demolish all but façade and first floor circle lounge and main stair; Yes

CLYST ST LAWRENCE, (E Devon) Stables, Scotland Farmhouse; II; Oct + Nov; late C18
Devon applic to delist after demolition; Yes.

CROWLE, Lincs. Corner House, Low Cross St; II; Jan; C18; Rp; withdrawn.
(N Lincs.)

DAWLISH, Devon Old Vicarage, 13 Weedon Rd; II; late C17 + 1846; listing
(Teignbridge) reconfirmed.

DOVER, Kent 1-7 Cowgate Hill CA(4); Aug; early C19.

DOVERCOURT, Essex Victoria Hotel, 20 Victoria St; II; mid-C19; April; F; Yes.
(Tendring)

EASTERTON, Wilts. Granary, Platts Farm, 11 White St; II; C17; timber frame.
(Kennet)

EAST PECKHAM, Kent Stables serving St Michael's Church, Church Lane; II*;
collapsed; applic to delist. Feb; Yes.

EPWORTH, LINCS. Barn, 58 Station Rd; II; C18; Rp.
(N Lincs)

FARNBOROUGH, Hants Farm Cottage, Jobs Farm, Sandy Lane;, II; C18; Aug.
(Rushmoor)

FURNEUX PELHAM, (E Herts) Former Barn, Duck St; II; C17; timber frame; F; applic to
Herts, delist. April.

GLANHAFREN, (Powys) Great Barn; II*; 1871; part of Leighton Hall Estate; F; Feb.
Montgomeryshire

GOMERSAL, W. Yorks(Kirklees) Sunday School, Gomersal Methodist Church; Lathom Lane; II; mid-C19; Feb.

GOSFIELD, Essex Aylewards Farm, Braintree Rd; II; C17; Nov; delist: mostly destroyed by fire.

GT SHEFFORD, Berks. Harrow Cottage, Wantage Rd; II; early C19; June; derelict;
(W. Berks) applic to delist.

HARROW, LB of 91/93 High St, Edgware; II; C18 or earlier; Feb; applic to delist - largely demolished.

HARWELL, Oxon (Vale of White Horse) 1. Milestone, Zulu Farm, Wantage Rd; II; early C19; Jan.
2. Thatched Cottage, Reading Rd; II; C16 cob, thatched;
Rp after collapse; Dec.

HAVERFORDWEST, Pembs. Commerce House, 6-12 Market St; medieval + C19; Sep;
mostly demolished.

HEMEL HEMSPTEAD, Herts. Barn, Boxmoor Trust Centre, London Rd; II timber frame; (Dacorum) Sep; F.

HICKLETON, S Yorks. Ice House, Hickleton Hall; II; May C18; Yes.
(Doncaster)

HORSHAM, Sussex Barn, Chesworth Farm; II; early C16; Nov; delist following
loss by fire 1990.

IMMINGHAM, Lincs. (NE Lincs) 361 Pelham Rd; II; early C20; reerect at Trolley B
Museum at Sandtoft, Lincs.; Yes (concurrent applic to delist 355 and 359). August.

KINGS PYON, Herefords. Barn, 85 yds SE of Black Hall; II; C14/15; Nov; delist as already demolished.

LEEDS, W. Yorks. 1. Sunday School Blenheim Baptist Church, Woodhouse Lane, in CA.
2. 1930s railings, Appleyards Filling Station, Eastgate; II; resite and repair; October.

LINTON, Kent (Maidstone) K6 Kiosk, Linton Hill; II; June; demolished by car; applic to
delist.

LITTLE HADHAM, Herts.(E Herts) Two cottages, Cradle End; II(2); C19 timber frame; March;
already demolished; No.

LONG SUTTON, Lincs. (S Holland) Granary and cottage r/o Bull Hotel, Market Place; II; C18; Sep.

LOWER HENDRE, Herefs. (Peterstow) Barn, 10 yards E of Lower Hendre ; II; C18; delist as already demolished. November.

LYMINGTON, Hants. Platoff House, Platoff Rd; II; C18; March; F; already
(New Forest) destroyed; Yes.

MANCHESTER 1. Police and Fire Station, Goulden St, Ancoats; II; C19.
2. "Old Thatch"; II; Nov; to be demolished for the Airport.
3. Rosedale Building, Dulverton Heath, Newton Heath; II;
late C19; demolish all but front facade.

MANSFIELD, Notts. 3 West Gate; II; C18; Nov; applic. to delist as rebuilt.

MARGATE, Kent "Building 11", Dreamland, Marine Terrace; II; Jan; part of
(Thanet) 1919 rollercoaster.

MARLOW, Bucks. 14-22 West St; II; C18 etc; March. new Waitrose.
(Wycombe)

MUCH HADHAM, Herts. 1. War Memorial, High St; II; March; early C20; Rp; Yes.
(E. Herts) 2. Lordship; II*; demolish 1912 annexe by Sir Reginald
Blomfield.

NAUNTON, Glos. Ferndale, Dale St; II; C17; July; delist as Rp.
(Cotswolds)

NEWARK, Notts. Mount School; II; Sep; 1826 + 1838 + Victorian; demolish all but original section.

NEWBURY, Berks. (W. Berks) 34-39a and C16 wing to rear of 45 Northbrook St; II(3); Feb; C18/19; modified in March to keep Nos 38 and 39.

NEWPORT, Gwent 1. Woodlands House, Woodlands Drive, Malpas; II; 1820;
Jan 2007.
2. The Lawns Club, 11 Kensington Grove; II; mid-C19; April; F.

NORTHAMPTON Former Express Lifts Tower; II; 1960 concrete; Jan; Repeat of 2003 application.

NORTHWICH, Cheshire Moore and Brock's Riverside Warehouse, Baron's Quay,
(Vale Royal) Weaver Way; II; 1890; "subsidence - liftable"; timber frame; F. September.

NORWICH, Norfolk Holne Cottages in grounds of the Great Hospital, Bishopsgate; I(curtilage); Oct. 1906 by Edward Boardman.

NOTTINGHAM 1. Arkwright Building, Burton St; II; Jan; demolish central
wing; 1870; applic by Nottingham Trent University.
2. 41 Pilcher Gate; II; C18; Sep.
3. 10 Short Hill; II; C1860 + 1909; Dec; keep facade only.

PLYMOUTH, Devon Karate Club, Wyndham Street East; II; mid C19 chapel; no interior; applic to delist; November.

PONTARDAWE, Glamorgan Tinplate Works; II; C19; Oct; industrial site.

PRESTON ST MARY, (Babergh) Old Thatches, Rookswood Lane; II; May; C17; F.
Suffolk

REDCAR, Yorks. War Memorial; II; 1922; March; relocate.
(Cleveland)

REDGRAVE, Suffolk Money Pot Hill Farm, Moneypot Lane; II; July;
(Mid-Suffolk) timber frame; F.

REDRUTH, Cornwall 1 Station Hill, 5/6 Penryn St; II; C18; F; Rp; Yes.
(Kerrier)

RINGWOOD, Hants. Barn, Elm Tree Inn, Hightown; II; Jan; C18; thatch; Yes.
(New Forest)

RISCA, Gwent (Caerphilly) Old Palace Cinema, Tredegar St; II; c1920; Jan; demolish all but front elevation.

SCARBOROUGH, N Yorks 1. Nurses Home, former St Thomas Hospital, 11 Foreshore Rd; II(curtilage); Jan; No.
2. Shelter No 13, Spa Gardens North, South Cliff Gardens; II; C19; June; but repair remainder of shelters.

SHREWSBURY, Shrops. Old School House, Bridge St; II; Aug; mid-C19; reerect.

SIDBURY. Shrops. Timber framed barn, Lower House Farm; II; June;
(Bridgnorth) collapsed.

SILLOTH, Cumbria The Old Railway; CA; C19; Sep.
(Allerdale)

SOUTHWARK, LB of 1. Geoffrey Chaucer School, Theobald St, Harper Rd, SE1;
II; c1958; demolish all but "Hexagon"; C
2. K2 telephone kiosk, Dawes St; II; Oct; delist after damage in accident.

SPALDING, Lincs Footbridge Railway Station; II; Aug; 1848 and 1871; No.

SPENCERS WOOD, Berks.(W. Berks) Barn, Clappers Farm, Cross lane, II; C18; C; withdrawn. Aug.

STRATFORD-upon-AVON, Royal Shakespeare Company, Waterside; II*; 1932; CC; Warks. demolish auditorium but keep facade.

SUDBOROUGH, Northants. Barn, 29 Main St; II; early C19. Jan.
(E. Northants)

SWAFFHAM PRIOR, Cambs. Barn, 25 High St; II; C18; March.
(E. Cambs)

TENBY, Pembrokeshire Lifeboat Station, Castle Hill, II; 1905; Sep.
(Pembs National Park)

THORNE, S. Yorks 1/22 Market Place; II; Feb; demolish C17 interior.
(Doncaster)

TREDEGAR, Glamorgan Tredegar Company Shop, Shop Row; II; Oct; 1811; C.
(Blaenau Gwent)

TROWBRIDGE, Wilts Ushers Brewery, Back St; Oct; proposal to demolish what
(W. Wilts) began as offices of Wilts CC c1900.

WALMSGATE, Lincs. Barn, Manor Farm, Main Rd; II; C18; Nov; collapsed; No.
(E. Lindsay)

WATLINGTON, Oxon. Middle Lodge and "parlour", Watlington Park; curtilage of (S. Oxon) II*; 1920s (house 1755); Feb; withdrawn.

WINWICK, Cambs Barn, r/of Westwood Farm, The Green; II (curtilage); C17;
(Huntingdonshire) Rp as house.

WESTON, Cheshire Weston Hall, off Main Rd; II*; late C17; destroyed by fire;
(Crewe) applic Jan to delist; Yes.

WESTON TURVILLE, Bucks. Broughton Farmhouse, A41; II;C17 + C18; Feb; F; already
(Aylesbury Vale) demolished.

WORTH, Sussex (Mid-Sussex) Victorian wing, Crabbet Park House, Turners Hill Rd; II; Nov.

WHISSONSETT, Norfolk Lower Farm; II; C18; May; F; applic to delist; Yes.

WHITEFIELD, Lancs. Church Inn, 366 Bury New Rd; II; Sep.
(Bury)

WHITELEY VILLAGE, (Elmbridge)5 listed lamp posts, Burhill Rd; II(5); C19; Rp; Yes.
Surrey

WINCHESTER, Hants Royal Observer Corps HQ, Abbotts Rd; II; 1943; No; May.

WOOLPIT, Mid-Suffolk Wheely Hall Cottage, Broomhill Lane; II; timber frame; Sep;
(Suffolk) F; applic to delist.

 

 

 

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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