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Fears for Welsh built heritage if listed building consent is dropped


Wales cannot afford to lose the protection that listing "special" buildings provides. Brynmawr is the classic example of an iconic Welsh building that was needlessly destroyed when had it been listed it would have been retained and put to a new use. But listing should not be seen as a final unchangeable decision that a special building cannot ever be demolished or altered but ensure that before demolition or significant alterations are permitted or refused extra careful objective detailed consideration of what is proposed must be taken. Owen Luder CBE PPRIBA

Posted date

6 June, 2018

Posted time

10:52 am


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