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Antiquities Advisory Board

1,444 Historic Buildings and New Items in addition to 1,444 Historic Buildings
Definition of the Gradings
One Stop Search for Information on Individual Buildings (1,444 and new items)
Definition of the Gradings:
Grade 1 Buildings of outstanding merit, which every effort should be made to preserve if possible.
Grade 2 Buildings of special merit; efforts should be made to selectively preserve.
Grade 3 Buildings of some merit; preservation in some form would be desirable and alternative means should be considered if preservation is not practicable.
* The definitions of gradings are administrative guidelines adopted by the Antiquities Advisory Board and the Antiquities and Monuments Office for the preservation of historic buildings.
Results of the Assessment of 1,444 Historic Buildings

Results of the Assessment of New Items in addition to 1,444 Historic Buildings

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