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HOWARTH'S LIST LENGTHENS

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Arts minister Alan Howarth has announced that five buildings including the Royal College of Art will be considered for listing following eight weeks of consultation on the issue. The RCA, built between 1960 and 1964 to designs by Jim Cadbury-Brown with assistance on interiors by Sir Hugh Casson and Robert Godden, is recommended for Grade II. The other Grade II proposals are Hornsey Library in Haringey; 1 Park Lane, Sheffield, a house and studio by Patrick Guest for metalware designer David Mellor; and the RC Church of Our Lady of Fatima in Harlow, Essex.The Cathedral Church of Saints Peter and Paul in Clifton, Bristol, by Ronald Weeks, ES Jennett and Antoni Poremba of the Percy Thomas Partnership, is up for a Grade II* listing.

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