Why workmen are allowed to demolish historic pub on Middlesbrough's Local List

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    Gazette - Teeside Live, 6 JUL 2018. "The establishment, which started life as The Ship Inn 180 years ago, was reduced to a shell and has been plagued by vandals ever since. But the demolition work is being carried out despite it featuring on Middlesbrough Council’s Local List - which highlights “buildings of special historic or architectural interest” . But this list shouldn’t be confused with “listed buildings,” which have legal protections against them being demolished, extended, or altered without special permission from the local planning authority...."
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    Gazette - Teesside Live
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    Link: https://www.gazettelive.co.uk/news/teesside-news/workmen-allowed-demolish-historic-pub-14877346
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