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The Department for Culture, Media and Sport is planning to list the Barbican Centre Grade II and has asked for views on the move.

Arts minister Alan Howarth said the building had 'outstanding significance' but had also 'generated considerable controversy'. The centre, mainly by Chamberlin, Powell & Bon, was built between 1963 to 1982 and consists of housing, a YMCA, schools and an arts centre. The DCMS also sought views on listing the Church of All Saints in Bristol and flats by Cliffold Wyld in Newcastle upon Tyne.

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