Tag: Historic Buildings



Exploring Lincoln Castle’s Georgian and Victorian Prison

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Posted on 16 November, 2018 by Bailey Clarke under Misc

Lincoln Castle dates back to 1068 when William the Conqueror built the historic building on a site that had been occupied since Roman times. The historic Castle has been part of Lincoln's skyline for an impressive amount of time. However, there is... Read More

Decision on Belfast building de-listings expected soon

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Posted on 28 February, 2015 by Cliff Goodwin under Top Properties

Seventeen Belfast properties are about to have their listed status revoked under a Department of Environment (DoE) review — including one of the city’s oldest pubs. Kelly’s Cellars in Bank Square is being considered for delisting along with a... Read More

Historic Ancoats Dispensary gets Heritage Fund Lifeline

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Posted on 25 July, 2014 by Cliff Goodwin under Top Properties

Campaigners fighting to save a historic Manchester hospital have been awarded more than three-quarters of a million pounds to stabilise the 140-year-old building before its conversion to an enterprise hub. The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) award will... Read More

Prince’s Regeneration Trust steps in to save Historic Potteries Building

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Posted on 24 June, 2014 by Neil Bird under Commercial Developments, Top Properties

The Prince’s Regeneration Trust has come to the rescue of the Wedgwood Institute, once listed among the top ten most endangered Victorian and Edwardian buildings in the country. The Grade II listed building in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent has been allowed... Read More

Historic mill proves a hit — on and off screen

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Posted on 9 June, 2014 by Cliff Goodwin under Top Properties, Uncategorised

A West Yorkshire mill complex — listed among the top ten per cent of Britain’s most important historic buildings — is proving equally popular with television viewers as it is with its business tenants. Dalton Mills’ historic Clock Tower has... Read More

Birmingham Assay Office sold to Dutch Developer

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Posted on 20 May, 2014 by Cliff Goodwin under Commercial Sales and Lets

Just days after it was put on the market Birmingham’s historic Assay Office has been snapped up by specialist developer TCN UK. Owned by Dutch parent company TCN, this is the first time its UK division has ventured into the Midland’s property market.... Read More

Nottingham Castle Development on Hold

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Posted on 13 May, 2013 by MOVEHUT under Top Properties

A bid for funding to restore Nottingham Castle and make more of its connection with Robin Hood has been rejected. Nottingham City Council applied for £14.9m towards the £26m development, which it hoped would create a “world class heritage... Read More

Historic Shrewsbury Mill set for Redevelopment

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Posted on 7 February, 2013 by Neil Bird under Commercial Developments

A historic Shrewsbury mill, regarded as the forerunner of the modern skyscraper, is to be returned to commercial use thanks to English Heritage and a group of dedicated supporters. Ditherington Flax Mill, completed in 1797, is the oldest iron framed... Read More