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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 by applications for total demolition in 2007

(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 108

The total number of listed buildings subject to applications to demolish in Wales is 6

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.

ABBEY TOWN,Cumbria Sundial, presently in Abbey Cowper to go back to Little Park, Kingside Hill, Silloth; II; C17; resite In original position.

ANDOVER, Hants Ford Cottage, 55 Chantry St; II; C16 timber frame; (Test Valley) dismantle and reerect; principle already accepted.

BARNET, LB of Watch tower, Aerodrome Rd, NW9; II; 1915; reerect at RAF Museum.

BARROW-IN-FURNESS, Cumbria Presbyterian Church, School St.; II; Jan; 1873

Paley and Austin. Applic to delist : F ; No

BEXHILL, Sussex The Old Mill, Old Mill Park; II; Nov; demolish (Rother) remains.

BIRMINGHAM Duke of York PH, 16 Hockley Hill B18; II; c1800; April; F; proposal to delist after loss in fire.

BRACEBRIDGE HEATH, Lincs. Triple Aviation Hangar, Sleaford Rd; II(3); Feb;

applic to delist

BRADFORD, W. Yorks. 1. 200 Leeds Rd; II; Feb; c1865 warehouse; already demolished as dangerous.

2. Caretakers Cottage, Dalton Mills, Dalton Lane; II; mid C19.

BRICKENDONBURY, Herts. Cottage in curtilage of house; II; May; No.

(E. Herts)

BRIGG, Lincs. Terrace r/o 21-22 Wrawby St, Grammar School Lane; (N Lincs) Lane; II(3); Dec; mid C18; applic to delist - unroofed.

BRITON FERRY, Gwent Steam Power House, r/o Church St; II;C19; Sep.

BRIXTON, LB of 247 Brixton Rd, SW9; II; Jan; c1840; mostly demolished; applic to delist.

BUCKINGHAM Castle House, West St; II; March; resite various C18

statues from grounds to Stowe Gardens.

BURGHFIELD, Berks. Knights Farm; II; May; late C18; F; Yes.

(West Berks)

BURTON-ON-TRENT, Staffs. Ale House, The Maltings, Wetmore Rd; II; Jan; C19.

(E. Staffs)

CHESTER, Cheshire 1. 5 St Martin’s Way; II; C18; June.

2. C19 wing, Boughton Hall, Filkins Lane; II; July

CHIPPING, Herts. Barn, Chipping Hall, London Rd; curtilage of II; Rp (E. Herts) as house; Yes.

DOWNHAM MARKET, Norfolk 8-10 High St; II; C17 Dutch gabled and pargetted; (Kings Lynn) mostly demolished. as “dangerous”. March

DOWNTON, Wilts The Granary, Barford Park Farm; C18; March.


EARDISLEY, Herefs. Oakwood; II; Jan; late C16; move to new site further (Herefordshire) north.

ELSECAR, S. Yorks. 60 Wath Rd (Station Row); II; late C18; Nov. Rp.


ELSWICK, Lancs. Barn, Chapel Farm, Copp Lane; II; Dec; with crucks; (Fylde) rebuild in Rp.

EYTHORNE, Kent Old Rectory, Church Hill; II; C18 + C19; Dec; applic delist after F.

FARTHINGHOE, Northants. Barn, N of The Limes, Main Rd; C18 + C16 door;

(S. Northants) demolish roof and most of shell.

GATESHEAD, Co Durham 1. Greensfield Railway Station, Hudson St; II; Jan; 1844; delist as has been demolished.

2. Half Moon Hotel, Half Moon Lane; II; C19; Sep.

GOMERSAL, W. Yorks. Sunday School, Methodist Church, Latham Lane; II;

( Kirklees ) Jan; mid C19.

GRAVESEND, Kent 2A Harmer St; II; C19 stables; May


HAMSTALL RIDWARE, Staffs Sandborough Hall Cottage, Yoxall Rd; II; timber (Lichfield) framed; July; Yes.

HASELOR, Warks. “Barn”, Manor Farm; II; C18; March.


HEYWOOD, Lancs. Hooley Bridge Mill, Bamford Rd; II; 1830; F; applic

(Rochdale) to delist

HINCKLEY, Leics. Atkin Bros, Lower Bond St; II; Dec; 1875 + 1910.

(Hinckley & Bosworth)

HOLT, Gwynedd “The Bungalow” off Church St; II; late C18 Gothick;

(Wrexham) Aug.

HORNSEA, E. Yorks. Barn, East of Ellesmere, Back Westgate; II; C18.

(E. Riding)

HULL Scott Street Bridge, Scott St; II; July; 1901 bascule bridge

HUYTON, Lancs. Clock Tower, Hurst Hall, Huyton Lane; II; Jan; C19


HYDE, Hants. Building S of Hyde Farmhouse, Hyde Lane; II; C18; (New Forest) Dec; F; applic to delist; Yes.

LANGHAM, Essex Lodge, Langham Hall, curtilage of II*; Nov; house (Colchester) c1740; rebuild.

LEEDS Mount St Mary RC Church; II* by Hansom; demolish nave; Oct.

LEEK, Staffs. Well Street Mill, Well St; II; C19; Feb.

(Staffs Moorlands)

LITTLE HEREFORD, Herefs. Easton Court; c.1830; May; F;Rp;withdrawn

LIVERPOOL 1. Beaufort St School, Beaufort St; II; May; 1873; applic to delist after fire; F.

2. 101-103 Shaw St, L6; II; Aug; demolish interior, retain facade.

LLANFAIR CAEREINION, Powys “Barn” adj The Black Lion, Parsons Bank; curtilage; C18; March.

LLANFYLLIN, Powys Old Barbers Shop r/o London House, Narrow Street;

LLANSANNAN, Clwyd Crown House; II; late C18; May.


LUTON, Beds. 47 Guildford St and 53 Cheapside; II(2); Dec.; C19.

LYMINGTON, Hants. “Platoff”, Platoff Rd; II; Sep; F; delist; Yes.

(New Forest)

MANCHESTER “Old Thatch”. Manchester Airport; II; threatened by airport expansion : much abused vernacular

MILLAND, Sussex 11 Milland Lane; II; mid C18; Dec; withdrawn.


NAILSWORTH, Glos. Drinking fountain, Market St; II; 1862; July; reerect (Stroud) elsewhere in town.

NAUNTON BEAUCHAMP, Worcs. Cider Barn, Naunton Court; II; timber frame;

(Wychavon) reconstruct.

NEWTON, Cambs. Forge, 58 Town St; II (curtilage); mid C19; May;
(S. Cambs)

NORWICH, Norfolk Holme Cottages, The Great Hospital, Bishopsgate; curtilage of I; C1910; April.

ORSETT, Essex Orsett Hall, Prince Charles Avenue; II; C17; June; (Thurrock) applic to delist after demolition.

PEBMARSH, Essex Scott’s Farmhouse, Cripple Corner; II; C17; timber (Braintree) frame; F; applic to delist what remains.

QUINTON, Warks. Former house NE of College Farmhouse; II; Oct; C17; C17 timber frame ( roughcast )

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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