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Two pub buildings among items council protects with listed status

Postby dutchman » Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:03 am

The move gives them added protection from redevelopment

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Two pub buildings, a water pump and a drinking fountain are among six things which have been ‘locally listed’ by the council to protect them from redevelopment.

A locally listed heritage asset is a building, structure or feature which is not listed by the government but the council believes is an important part of the city’s heritage.

At a recent planning committee meeting six assets were added to the local list of heritage assets.

  • The water pump, in Bayley Lane, city centre

  • Foresters public house, Raglan Street, Hillfields

  • Motor Hotel public house, Dorset Road, Radford

  • 9 North Avenue, in Stoke

  • 8 Stivichall Croft, in Styvechale

  • The drinking fountain, in Top Green, in the city centre

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Re: Two pub buildings among items council protects with listed status

Postby Jock Strapp » Sat Oct 21, 2017 2:03 pm

Yes, very good but I would have thought that the Rose and Woodbine on Stoney Stanton also deserves to be a listed building.
Friend of mine, Alf Howes, had a transport business in Arthur St and often had a pint or three with Alf in the Rose followed by egg and chips in the café just up the road. That would have been in the 50s.Happy days.
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Re: Two pub buildings among items council protects with listed status

Postby dutchman » Sat Oct 21, 2017 2:10 pm

Jock Strapp wrote:Yes, very good but I would have thought that the Rose and Woodbine on Stoney Stanton also deserves to be a listed building.


Hi Jock :laptop_wave:

You'll be pleased to hear it's already locally listed.

A full list of locally listed buildings can be found here:

https://www.flickr.com/groups/1027603@N ... 802591762/
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Re: Two pub buildings among items council protects with listed status

Postby Jock Strapp » Sun Oct 22, 2017 10:13 am

:applause: Thanks for reply. I didn't know that we had so many listed buildings. :thumbsup:
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