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Delisted


'The List' of buildings of special architectural or historic interest, which legally protects the buildings, is maintained by Historic England. Applications for de-listing may be made because new evidence is available about the lack of special architectural or historic interest of the building, or a material change of circumstances, for example fire damage.[1

Listed Buildings Odeon Cinema (Demolished) Dorman Long Tower, South Bank Coke Works NEM Hammer-head Crane Burn Closes Bridge (1913 - 2008)
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Guidance on De-listing a Building
- "This guidance provides an overview of the application process for removing a building from the List, also known as de-listing."

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Odeon Cinema (Demolished)
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Odeon Cinema (Demolished)
- The former Odeon Cinema on Pilgrim Street in Newcastle collapsed on the evening of 3rd April 2017, just prior to the completion of its planned demolition; luckily no one was ...
NEM Hammer-head Crane
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NEM Hammer-head Crane
- The giant 'NEM Hammerhead Crane' in Wallsend was built for the North Eastern Marine Engineering Company in 1909. At the time it was built, it was said to be the largest crane ...
Burn Closes Bridge (1913 - 2008)
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Burn Closes Bridge (1913 - 2008)
- The original Burn Closes Bridge was a reinforced concrete bridge, built in 1913, carrying St Peter's Road over Willington Dene (the lower part of the valley formed by Wallsend Burn). It ...
Dorman Long Tower, South Bank Coke Works
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Dorman Long Tower, South Bank Coke Works
- The Dorman Long Tower at the former South Bank Coke Works in Redcar was built in 1956 by Dorman Long & Co, later part of the British Steel Corporation. The tower ...

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