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Definition of the Gradings
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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.
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