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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 2011

(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 31. 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.

Cutlin Mill Cottage: 11; Sep; F; totally demolished already. Applic to delist

BAGILLT, Flintshire
Stables, Gadlys Farm : 11; 18th cent : March

Winter Garden, Baydon Manor ; c.1880, by Messenger; 11 ; Dec

BEETHAM, Cumbria (Lake District) Beetham House Lodge ; 11 ; delisted as has been demolished

BISHOP AUCKLAND, Durham (Wear Valley)
Bedford Lodge, South Church Rd : 11; c1820 villa ; Dec ; application prompted by condition

Barn , Townsend Cottages : 11 : barn is cob and Medieval in origin. Roof is modern. Applic to delist. Cottages themselves have been demolished already

Gas Holder No 8, Goods Way, Kings Cross : 11 : 19th cent

Yew Cottage, Bilden End, 17th cent : 11; Aug F; Yes

COLEFORD, Devon ( Mid Devon )
Berries Brook ; 11; 17th cent ; F; applic to delist ; Yes

CRADLEY, Herefordshire
Penshill Cottage, Penshill : 11; 17th cent ; Collapsed ; delisted

CROSTON, Lancs ( Preston )
Oxen House, Littlewood Farm ; 11*; 16th cent : F: totally destroyed so delisted

HORSFORTH, West Yorks ( Leeds )
Corn Mill, Low Lane : 18th cent ; June ; 11;

KILMESTON, Hants ( Winchester )
Coach House, Kilmeston Manor ; curtilage of 11* Aug ; 18th cent

KIMBERWORTH, S.Yorks (Rotherham )
Barn, Church St ;18th cent ; 11; March ; 2007 applic refused

LANGWITH, Notts ( Bolsover )
Former Railway Goods Shed, Langwith Maltings 11 : 1890 ; June ; C

87 Dale Street : 11 ; late 18th cent : C : Oct ; mostly demolished already

Park Street Mill, Park Green : 11 : applic to delist: F ; 1785 ; Yes

Former Ancoats Infirmary, Old Mill St : 11; 1870 ; Aug ; building reprieved 2013

MELMERBY, Yorks (Harrogate)
York Gate Farm, A1 ; 18th cent ; collapsed ; delist ; Yes

PENCOMBE, Herefordshire
Sparrington Farmhouse : 17th cent ; 11; largely collapsed. Application to delist

PENRHYNDEUDRAETH, Gwynedd ( Snowdonia )
Pont Briwef : 11 : July ; 1865-67, and 1932 ; rebuild bridge in completely different form

PENTON GRAFTON, Hants (Test Valley)
Old Dairy, Clanville Farm, Penton Park Lane 11(curtilage) : April; c.1830

Barn, 10 yards east of the White House : 11 ; 18th cent ; demolished c1990 ; applic to delist

RHYDYFELIN, Gwent (Rhondda ) Alexon House, Cardiff Rd ; 11; 1948 textile factory ; Yes

SOUTHFLEET, Kent (Dartford) Black Lion P.H. Red Street : 11; Oct; F: 18th cent

STANFORD BISHOP, Herefordshire
Rumney Building ; early 19th cent ; Sep ; 11; largely collapsed, applic to delist

Vicarage, St George’s church, Buxton Rd ; 11 ; 1905 by Paley and Austin ; Aug

SUNDERLAND Tyne and Wear
170-173 High St West : 11(3); 18th cent

WHALEY BRIDGE, Derbs ( High Peak ) Bridge 42, Buxton Rd ; 11; 19th cent ; application by Network Rail ; No ; Appeal.

WIMBORNE, Dorset ( East Dorset )
15 West Street : 11 ; 18th cent: Rp : July

WITHERMARSH GREEN, Suffolk ( Babergh )
Pink Cottage ; 17th cent ; Jan : Jan : F; 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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