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By Richard Waite
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Huddersfield's 'highly unusual' Queensgate Market Hall has been listed, a move which could save the 1970s building from demolition as part of a planned regeneration of the area.
16 October 2008Richard Waite
CABE has waded into the furore surrounding the future of Huddersfield’s Grade II-listed 1972 Queensgate Market.
20 October 2006RW
Radical new plans for Huddersfield town centre have been welcomed by campaigners battling to save the much-loved 1970s Queensgate market hall.
26 June 2008Richard Waite
The Twentieth Century Society has joined ranks of objectors to plans to demolish chunks of Huddersfield’s ‘seminal’ Grade II-listed 1970s Queensgate Market.
15 August 2008Richard Waite
English Heritage (EH) has weighed into the row about the redevelopment and partial demolition of Huddersfield’s Grade II-listed 1972 Queensgate Market, claiming the proposals have neither been ‘fully explained nor justified’.
18 September 2013Merlin Fulcher
Retired RIBA librarian Irena Murray has been named among nine champions of architecture announced for 2014 honorary fellowships by Portland Place today
11 October 2006Ed Dorrell
Plans for a new City Academy in Elephant and Castle look increasingly likely to involve the demolition of a listed school by Chamberlin Powell and Bon (CPB).
11 May 2012Merlin Fulcher
Heritage minister John Penrose has given Grade II-listing to two petrol stations, recognised as ‘rare reminders’ of the UK’s motoring past
11 August 2005Richard Waite
It did not come as a surprise to campaign group Huddersfield Gem when it was announced that the West Yorkshire town's 1970s Queensgate Market Hall would be listed.
28 July 2014Hattie Hartman
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