2018 Top 10 Endangered Buildings

St Mary's Convent Church, Leeds

St Mary's Convent Church in Leeds isGrade II* and was built in 1852.

Brandwood End Cemetery Chapels, Birmingham

The Brandwood End Cemetery Chapels in Birmingham are Grade II-listed and built in 1898.


Langley Maltings, West Midlands

Langley Maltings in Sandwell, West Midlands was built in 1870 and is Grade II-listed.


John Summers Steelworks, Shotton, Wales

The John Summers Steelworks in Shotton, Wales was built in 1907 and is Grade II-listed.


Oldway Mansion, Devon

The Grade II* Oldway Mansion in Paignton, Devon was built in 1873 and modelled on Versailles.


Hartley's Village, Aintree, Liverpool

The Grade II-listed Hartley's Village in Aintree, Liverpool was built between 1886-95.


Merseyside Centre for the Deaf, Liverpool

The Merseyside Centre for the Deaf in Liverpool is Grade II-listed and was built in 1887.


Bromley-by-Bow gasholders, London

The Grade II Bromley-by-Bow gasholders in East London were constructed in 1872.

The Winter Gardens, Great Yarmouth

The Winter Gardens in Great Yarmouth are Grade II-listed and were built between 1878-81.

Former Legat's School of Ballet, East Sussex

The Grade II Former Legat's School of Ballet in East Sussex was built in 1865.


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