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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 to Demolish In 2009

(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 was 52. The total number of listed buildings subject to applications to demolish in Wales was 3.

Each entry takes the following format::

i) Town / County as applicable.

ii) Name and address of building.

iii) The grade of listing is given: I, II* or II.

iv) The month in which the AMS was informed of the application.

v) The date of the building if known.

Then the code indicates:

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.

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

 

ADDINGTON, Bucks. Village stocks, Tithe Barn; II; Sep (Aylesbury Vale) Remove to Bucks County Museum

BARROW IN FURNESS, Cumbria. Presbyterian Church, School Street; II Mid 19th cent; Jan

BISHOPS NYMPTON, Devon. West Radley; !!; 17th cent, F, delist; Yes (North Devon)

BOURNEMOUTH. 3 St Anthony's Rd: II; 19th cent

BRAMFIELD, Herts. 1-3 Bury Lane : II: 18th cent façade on (East Herts) earlier building Sep. Rp

CAMDEN, LB of.

a) 9 Downshire Hill NW3 . Jan. late 18th century

b) Witanhurst, 41 Highgate West Hill N6: II demolish original service wing : No

CAPEL, Kent. Burgess Hill Farm and Barn, Pembury Road (Tonbridge) II; Dec: R

CLIPSTONE, Notts. Clipstone Colliery, Mansfield Rd II May - further (Mansfield) info in support of 2004 application

COMPTON, Berks. Thatched Cottage, Aldworth Rd: II; 16th cent (West Berks) F; Aug; proposal to delist

CROWLAND, Lincs. 59 South Street; II; 18th cent, Oct (South Holland)

EALING, LB of. No 1 East Acton Lane W3; II; listed for its Shop which is to be resited; Jan; Yes

ENFIELD, LB of. Superintendent's House, Former Technical College, Queensway, Ponders End 1941 Curtilage of II: Feb; Yes

GLOUCESTER. Cottages, Bakers Quay, Downings Malthouse II March late 19th cent

GREAT BARR, West Midlands. Keepers Cottage, 160 Queslett Rd; 11; 19th cent (Walsall) F

GREAT TEY, Essex. Cowshed, Tey Brook Farm; 18th cent; F; applic to delist. Completely destroyed; Yes

HARDWICK, Northants. East wing, Hardwick Manor: II*; Feb; Yes

HARLOW, Essex. Barn N of Marshgate Farm, School Lane; 17 cent II; F; delist - Yes

HARTFORD, Cheshire. Kindergarten, Grange School, Bradbourns Lane; II (Vale Royal) 1938; F; delist

HATHERLEIGH, Devon. George Inn, Market Street; II*, 17th cent (West Devon) F; delist; Yes

HEMEL HEMPSTEAD, Herts. Barn, Moor End Farm, London Rd: II; 17th cent (Dacorum) F; applic to delist

HITCHAM, Suffolk. Monram Cottage, Water Run II 17th cent; F; delist (Babergh )

HOLYWELL, Clwyd. Bryn Awel, Pentre Halkyn: II; c.1830; Dec ( Flintshire )

HULL, East Yorks. St John the Baptist, St George's Rd: II; c.1890 March; demolish Church Hall, Lady Chapel

KELVEDON, Essex. Barn 20m East of Clark's Farm; c.1700 F Oct; (Braintree) delist after fire

LANGLEY, Essex. Hurdles, Lower Green: II; 17th cent; F; May (Uttlesford)

LAUNCESTON, Cornwall. 20/20A Church St; II; 18th cent; Rp; May

LINGFIELD, Surrey. "Barn", Hobbs Farm, Tandridge Lane; II; Sep; Rp (Tandridge)

LITTLE HADHAM, Herts. Henhouse, Old Green Street Farm; 18th cent; II (East Herts)

LLANDAFF, Glamorgan. Stable, Insole Court, Fairwater Rd: II; 19th cent

LUDGERSHALL, Bucks. Rookery Farm, Bicester Rd; II; 1725; June (Aylesbury Vale)

LYME REGIS, Dorset. 45 Silver Street; II; 18th cent Aug; withdrawn (West Dorset)

NORBURY, Derbs. Corn Drying Kiln and Mill; 17th cent; May (Derbs Dales)

NORTHAMPTON. Infirmary Building, St Edmund's Hospital: mid 19th cent curtilage of II; Jan

RHYLL, Denbighshire. Grange Hotel 41-42 East Parade: II; March Demolish western villa; mid 19th cent ' F; Further application in Nov

ROTHERHAM, S Yorks. Grafton Bridge, St Ann's Rd Eastwood; II; 1874

ROTHWELL, W.Yorks. Barn, 9-11 Oulton Lane; II; 18th cent; R (Leeds)

STAINES, Surrey. 25-27 Clarence St; II; 18th cent. Renewal (Spelthorne) of consent to redevelop

SEACROFT, W.Yorks. Stable, The Grange, The Green. II; 1837; (Leeds) Feb

TALATON, Devon. Oaktree Cottage: II: F April (East Devon)

TIPTREE, Essex. Brook House, 84 Maldon Rd; II; 18th cent (Colchester) November; Yes

TODMORDEN, West Yorks. Hollins Mill; II; 1856 and 1890. Aug (Calderdale)

UPTON BISHOP, Herefordshire. Marsh Farmhouse and Cider Press; II; Jan 16th cent and later; unroofed; No

WALKERN, Herts. Implement Shed, Walkern Hall Farm, Clay End (East Herts) Rd SG2; II; early 19th cent; F

WALPOLE, Suffolk. South View, Halesworth Rd; 18th cent; applic to delist as result of demolition

WALSHAM LE WILLOWS, Suffolk. Barn, The Elms, Badwell Rd; curtilage of II; (Mid Suffolk) October; rebuild as offices

WESTMINSTER. 94 Dean Street W II, June, 18th cent. To be demolished for Cross Rail 9 Duke St W1; II. Sep. c.1776 - rebuild

WINTERBOURNE, Berks. Dovecote, Winterbourne Farm; II; 19th cent May; Rp

WOLVERHAMPTON. Gatepiers, Kalair Court, Marston Road; 1765 II: March; repatriate to Tong in Shropshire

WOTTON UNDER EDGE, Glos. Telephone Box, Bear Street; II; Feb; remove (Stroud)

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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