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Destroyed 17th century ceiling in Bristol prompts calls for new protections


Your headline does not match the content of Historic England's statement (lamentable though HE's conduct has been). The building *no longer* meets the criteria for listing since its most listable feature - the ceiling 0 has been destroyed. There is nothing in HE's statement to suggest that it would not have met the criteria if it still existed.

Posted date

11 September, 2017

Posted time

5:59 pm