Locals fume at 'illegal' demolition of Irish landmark
Heritage campaigners in Northern Ireland have attacked the province's government for sitting by while one of Londonderry's most-treasured landmarks is demolished illegally. The owner of the B+ listed (equivalent to Grade II*) Victorian Tillie & Henderson Fabric factory is knocking it down in stages without having secured planning permission.
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