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Message - AND NOW FOR THE BAD (ARCHITECTURAL) NEWS ABOUT BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND!

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Posted by  mdp on September 22, 2002 at 09:10:34:

see www.c20society.demon.co.uk/docs/building/mail.html - from which:

"The following buildings have been turned down for listing by the DCMS:

Post & Mail Building, Birmingham; John Madin & Partners, 1963-5
DCMS thought it not of high enough quality to merit listing.

South Bay Pool, Scarborough: Turned down by the DCMS and EH as 'this lido and changing rooms do not make for a unified single design'.

Cattle Market, St. Oswalds Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire; J.V. Wall with A.J. Ault (City Architect' Department), 1955 Viewed as being a good example of a very typical piece of construction for its day, but not unique, hence it was not deemed worthy of listing."

 
 
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