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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 2010

(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 50. The total number of listed buildings subject to applications to demolish in Wales was 5.

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.

AMMANFORD, Carmarthenshire The Old Mill, Pontamman Rd SA18: II: 19th cent 2009 applic refused; now virtually demolished

AYLESFORD, Kent 60 Mill Hall: II: June; mid 18th cent; already (Tonbridge) mostly demolished

BIRKENHEAD, Merseyside Church of Christ, Park Rd South: 1875; July; (Wirral) F; applic to delist

BRIGHTON, Sussex The Astoria, 10-14 Gloucester Place, Brighton: II; 1930; Dec

BRISTOL Outbuilding, 49 North St, Beaminster: II; late 18th century, roof collapsed. Applic to dem

CAERLEON, Gwent Little Bulmore Farm, Bulmore Rd: II; 18th cent (Newport) April: No (against officer's advice)

COLCHESTER, Essex Tubswick Mill Road, Mile End: II; April; F

COTGRAVE, Notts Cartshed, Whitelands Farm, Bingham Rd: II: (Rushcliffe) Yes

DYMOCK, Glos Barn and cowhouse, Tillers Green, II; 18th cent (Forest of Dean) Oct; "beyond repair"; rebuild as approximate Rp Yes

HALIFAX, West Yorks Tower and spire of St Paul's, King Cross Rd II; 1847, retained after demolition of rest of church 1931; C; Feb; applic to de-list

HAMBLEDEN, Bucks 1/2 Rotten Row: 16th cent; Sept, applic to de-list (Wycombe) after serious fire: F

HARINGEY, LB of 744 and 774 Tottenham High Rd N.17 and several Buildings on the local lists (The Dispensary and Red House); Jan; to be demolished for new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium: II(2)

HARTFORD, Cheshire Kindergarten, Grange School, Bradburns Lane (Vale Royal) 1938 by Sir Leslie Martin. Successful application to delist as has been largely rebuilt

HARTLEPOOL Market Hotel, Lynn St: II; Jan; mid 19th cent

HAYLING ISLAND, Hants Granary, Upper Tye Farm, Copse Lane POII: II (Havant) 18th cent; already collapsed; Yes

KELVEDON, Essex Barn, east of Clark's Farm, Crane's Lane: II; (Braintree) c.1700, demolished 2001 after F; de-listed 2010

KIMBERWORTH, S.Yorks Barn, Manor House: II; Oct; 18th cent (Rotherham)

KINGSMOOR, Cumbria Kingmoor House and Cottage: II(2); 1794 April: (Carlisle) F; applic to de-list

KINGSTOWN, Cumbria Kingmoor House and Cottage: II: Aug: de-listed (Carlisle) after fire

LEEDS, W.Yorks 18 The Calls, LS2; II; 19th cent. Nov; lbc already given in 2003

LEICESTER Lodge, University Rd: curtilage of II: Feb

LLANSTEPHAN Cottage Hotel: II; Jan (Carmarthenshire)

LOW LORTON, Cumbria Lorton Low Bridge. II March; destroyed in floods (Lake District) of Nov 2009

MARGATE, Kent 58 Grosvenor Place: II; late 18th cent; Sep; Rp (Thanet) F

MERTHYR TYDFIL Danygraig Farm, Llwyn Onn: II; demolish cowshed; (Brecon Beacons National Park) March

MUCH MARCLE, Herefordshire Cow Shelter, NW of Hellens: II; 15th cent. Already demolished. Applic to de-list

NEWBURY, Berks Cottage R/O 12 Market Place: II; late 18th cent (West Berks) May; withdrawn

OVINGTON, Essex Milkwood, Tilbury Rd: II; 18th cent: May: F (Braintree)

ROCHESTER, Kent Three Gardeners P.H. 6 North Street. II July c1700 (Medway) F; applic to de-list

SALISBURY, Wilts Water Tower, Central Station, Southwestern Rd; (Wiltshire) II: 19th cent; Nov; re-erect at Swanage; Yes

SCARBOROUGH, N.Yorks Signal Gantry, Falsgrave, Westover Rd: II; 19II; withdrawn; new applic to re-erect on North York Moor Railway agreed: Yes

SHEFFIELD, S.Yorks 92 Arundel Street: 19th cent; Oct; demolish and reconstruct

STANWELL, Surrey The Farmhouse, Stanwell Farm, Bedfont Rd TW19 (Spelthorne) 18th cent; II; Dec

STOCKTON ON TEES, Brunswick Chapel, Dovecot St; II*, 1823. Totally Cleveland demolished as dangerous. Sunday School remains Jan

TENBY Royal Playhouse Cinema, White Lion Street: (Pembrokeshire Coast) April; early 19th cent. Keep façade only

TOSTOCK, Suffolk Fox and Goose Cottages: 18th cent; June: (Mid Suffolk) curtilage, II: Rp

TOW LAW, Durham Market Auction Ring, Castle Bank: II; 19th cent Resite

UPTON BISHOP, Herefordshire Marsh Farm; II; late 16th cent; June; applic

VERNHAM'S DEAN, Littledown,Hants The Boot Inn . Timber frame and 18th cent: II (Test Valley) F; Dec; delist; Yes

WALSHAM LE WILLOWS, Suffolk Barn, The Elms, Badwell Rd: curtilage of II; 18th (Mid Suffolk) cent; already collapsed

WEST HARDWICK, W.Yorks Dovecote, Brick Villa Farm, Hardwick Lane; II (Wakefield) Sep; de-list as demolished; late 17th cent; Yes

WESTMINSTER a) 156-158 Victoria Street SW1; II; 1935; Jan b) Heddon House, 153-167 Regent St: II; demolish interior: c.1910: Feb c) 169-181 Regent St; II; c1908, Frank Verity; Feb; demolish interior d) 289-293 Regent Street, W1: II; May; 1935 dem R/O façade; Rp

WETHERSFIELD, Essex Moll Butcher's Cottages, Blackmore End (Braintree) 18th cent.; F May 2010; applic to de-list - Yes

WHITE LADIES ASTON, Worcs Nordle Cottage: 17th cent; II; May; F; (Wychavon) applic to de-list

WOOTTON, Beds Barn, 157 Bedford Rd: 18th cent; Rp; Jan (Bedford)

WORMLEY, Herts Coachouse, Old Manor House, High Street: II (Broxbourne) early 19th cent.: R; to provide access for

 

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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