From Haringey Council:
We are now seeking views on the draft Local Heritage List, which identifies buildings and structures in Haringey that have local heritage interest warranting consideration in the planning process. This is an update of the council’s existing Local List, and has been prepared in consultation with local amenity groups. It includes new listing criteria, guidance, and a revised list of buildings.
We are holding a public consultation from Monday 14 January to Monday 25 February 2019. Members of the public are free to comment on any aspect of the new document. You can also nominate buildings for inclusion on the list, but please follow the guidelines below, otherwise we will not be able to consider your suggestion.
The draft document proposes 75 new entries to the list. These buildings and structures have been nominated by local amenity groups, and are considered to meet the criteria for inclusion. It is proposed that 154 entries are removed from the list. There are various reasons for this. In most cases, it is because the building is already protected by Statutory Listing or conservation area designation. Others have been demolished, or no longer meet the criteria for inclusion.
Please refer to the draft document for more details:
You may nominate a building if you see something that you think has been missed off - see towards the bottom of this page.
As a warning from history. Parts of it being liable at any minute to a disastrous Ronan-Point style collapse
Well done, Jeremy. Thanks for doing that.