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(1)

(2)

 
 

Area

Building

 
  

24 & 25 Widegate Street. Grade

 
  

II.

 
  

16 New Street. Grade II.

 

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London Borough of Tower

4A, Sandy's Row. Grade II.

 
 

Hamlets

  
  

15 & 16 Artillery Passage.

 
  

Grade II.

 
  

2 Artillery Passage. Grade II.

 

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13 & 14 Artillery Passage.

 
  

Grade II.

 
  

3 Artillery Passage. Grade II.

 
  

4 Artillery Passage. Grade II.

 
  

5 Artillery Passage. Grade II.

 

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41 Artillery Lane. Grade II.

 
  

6 & 7 Artillery Passage. Grade

 
  

II.

 
  

9 & 10 Artillery Passage. Grade

 
  

II.

 

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11 Gun Street. Grade II.

 
  

40 Brushfield Street. Grade II.

 
  

42 Brushfield Street. Grade II.

 
  

52 Brushfield Street. Grade II.

 
  

Spitalfields Market. Grade II.

 

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84 Commercial Street. Grade II.

 
  

1 & 3 Fournier Street. Grade II.

 
  

4-7 (odd and even) Puma Court.

 
  

Grade II.

 
  

17-25 (odd) Wilkes Street.

 

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Grade II.

 
  

11a & 15 Wilkes Street. Grade

 
  

II.

 
  

6 Wilkes Street. Grade II.

 
  

10 Wilkes Street. Grade II.

 

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(1)

(2)

 
 

Area

Building

 
  

16 Wilkes Street. Grade II.

 
  

2 & 4 Princelet Street. Grade II.

 
  

3 & 5 Princelet Street. Grade II.

 

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7 & 9 Princelet Street. Grade II.

 
  

13 Princelet Street. Grade II.

 
  

11 Princelet Street. Grade II.

 
  

24 & 26 Hanbury Street. Grade

 
  

II.

 

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12 Princelet Street. Grade II.

 
  

14 Princelet Street. Grade II.

 
  

16 Princelet Street. Grade II.

 
  

18 Princelet Street. Grade II.

 
  

20 Princelet Street. Grade II.

 

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22 Princelet Street. Grade II.

 
  

15 Princelet Street. Grade II.

 
  

17 Princelet Street. Grade II.

 
  

19 Princelet Street. Grade II*.

 
  

21 Princelet Street. Grade II.

 

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23 Princelet Street. Grade II.

 
  

25 Princelet Street. Grade II.

 
  

34-38 (even) Hanbury Street.

 
  

Grade II.

 
  

114-122 (even) Brick Lane.

 

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Grade II.

 
  

35 Buxton Street. Grade II.

 
  

333-335 (odd) Whitechapel

 
  

Road. Grade II.

 
  

261 & 263 Whitechapel Road.

 

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Grade II.

 
  

265 & 267 Whitechapel Road.

 
  

Grade II.

 
 

 

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(1)

(2)

 
 

Area

Building

 
  

Trinity Green, Almshouses,

 
  

Mile End Road, north side: 1- 10

 
  

Trinity Green and 22- 30 Trinity

 

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Green. Grade I.

 
  

29 Mile End Road. Grade II.

 
  

82- 84 (even) Mile End Road.

 
  

Grade II.

 
  

90-110 (even) Mile End Road.

 

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Grade II.

 
  

Church of St Dunstan, Stepney

 
  

High Street. Grade I.

 
  

1-10 Whitehorse Road (odd and

 
  

even). Grade II.

 

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34-40 (even) Belgrave Street.

 
  

Grade II.

 
  

50-52 (even) Belgrave Street.

 
  

Grade II.

 
  

19-31 (odd) Barnes Street, West

 

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side. Grade II.

 
  

12-22 (even) Barnes Street.

 
  

Grade II.

 
  

1-8 (odd and even) York Square.

 
  

Grade II.

 

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9-16 (odd and even) York

 
  

Square. Grade II.

 
  

1A Flamborough Street. Grade

 
  

II.

 
  

3-7 (odd and even)

 

30

  

Flamborough Street. Grade II.

 
  

Hawthorn Cottage, 1

 
  

Flamborough Walk and Rose

 
  

Cottage, Flamborough Walk.

 
  

Grade II.

 

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Devonshire Cottage,

 
  

Flamborough Walk. Grade II.

 
  

Durham Villa, Flamborough

 
  

Walk. Grade II.

 
 

 

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(1)

(2)

 
 

Area

Building

 
  

8 Flamborough Street. Grade II.

 
  

16-21 (odd and even)

 
  

Flamborough Street. Grade II.

 

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22-24 (odd and even)

 
  

Flamborough Street. Grade II.

 
  

683-691 (odd) Commercial

 
  

Road. Grade II.

 
  

699-711 (odd) Commercial

 

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Road. Grade II.

 
  

604-608 (even) Commercial

 
  

Road. Grade II.

 
  

Commercial Road Bridge.

 
  

Grade II.

 

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Viaduct, Commercial Road.

 
  

Grade II.

 
  

Accumulator Tower and

 
  

Chimney, Mill Place (West

 
  

side). Grade II.

 

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Library on Commercial Road.

 
  

Grade II.

 
  

Cannon Workshop, 3-5 (odd)

 
  

Cannon Drive. Grade II.

 
  

Cannon Workshop, 92-116

 

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(even) Cannon Drive. Grade II.

 
  

Cannon Workshop, 135-167

 
  

(odd) Cannon Drive. Grade II.

 
  

West India Docks, Isle of Dogs.

 
  

Grade I.

 

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Poplar Dock, Preston's Road.

 
  

Grade II.

 
  

Accumulator Tower, Poplar

 
  

Dock, Preston's Road. Grade II.

 
  

110 Bow Road. Grade II.

 

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Drapers Almshouses, Railway

 
  

Way (formerly Priscilla Road).

 
  

Grade II.

 
 

 

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(1)

(2)

 
 

Area

Building

 
  

35-49 Arnold Road (odd and

 
  

even) including area railings).

 
  

Grade II.

 

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2-22 (even) Fairfield Road.

 
  

Grade II.

 
  

163 Bow Road. Grade II.

 
 

London Borough of Newham

North Woolwich Station, Pier

 
  

Road. Grade II.

 

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London Borough of Greenwich

Royal Brass Foundry,

 
  

Plumstead Road. Grade I.

 
  

Main Guard Room, Plumstead

 
  

Road . Grade II.

 
  

Verbruggen's House,

 

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Plumstead Road. Grade II.

 
  

Officers Quarters, Plumstead

 
  

Road. Grade II.

 
 

      (3)  

Anything which, by virtue of section 1(5) of the Planning (Listed Buildings

and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 (c. 9), is treated as part of a building for

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the purposes of that Act shall be treated as part of the building for the

purposes of this paragraph.

      (4)  

In this paragraph, “building” and “listed building” have the same meanings

as in the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990.

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Section 59 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act

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1990 (acts causing or likely to result in damage to listed buildings) shall not

apply to anything done in exercise of the powers conferred by this Act with

respect to works.

Ancient monuments etc.

4     (1)  

This paragraph has effect in relation to the Ancient Monuments and

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Archaeological Areas Act 1979 (c. 46).

      (2)  

Section 2 (control of works affecting scheduled monuments) shall not apply

to any works authorised by this Act.

      (3)  

The powers of entry conferred by section 6(1) (entry to ascertain condition

of scheduled monument), section 6A(1) (entry to enforce control of works

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affecting scheduled monuments) and section 26 (entry to record matters of

archaeological or historical interest) shall not be exercisable in relation to

land used for or in connection with the carrying out of any of the works

authorised by this Act.

      (4)  

The provisions of the Act with respect to the functions of a person as a

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guardian by virtue of the Act, and the provisions of any agreement under

 

 

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section 17 (agreement concerning ancient monuments and land in their

vicinity), shall have effect subject to the powers conferred by this Act with

respect to works.

      (5)  

Section 19 (public access to monuments under public control) shall not apply

in relation to a monument which is closed by the nominated undertaker for

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the purposes of, in connection with or in consequence of the carrying out of

any of the works authorised by this Act.

      (6)  

Regulations under section 19(3) or (4A) (which may include provision

prohibiting or regulating any act or thing which would tend to injure or

disfigure a monument or its amenities or disturb the public in their

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enjoyment of it) shall not apply to anything done in exercise of the powers

conferred by this Act with respect to works.

      (7)  

The power conferred by section 19(6) (power to refuse admission to

monuments under public control) shall not be exercisable so as to prevent or

restrict the exercise of the powers conferred by this Act with respect to

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works.

      (8)  

In section 25 (treatment of ancient monuments)—

(a)   

subsection (2) (superintendence by the Historic Buildings and

Monuments Commission for England) shall not authorise the

superintendence of the carrying out of any of the works authorised

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by this Act, and

(b)   

subsection (3) (power of the Commission to charge for advice under

subsection (1)) shall not apply in relation to advice given in

connection with the carrying out of any of those works.

      (9)  

Section 28 (offence of damaging certain ancient monuments) shall not apply

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to anything done in exercise of the powers conferred by this Act with respect

to works.

     (10)  

Section 35 (notice required of operations in areas of archaeological

importance) shall not apply to operations carried out in exercise of the

powers conferred by this Act with respect to works.

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     (11)  

Section 39(1) (power to investigate in advance of operations notice any site

which may be acquired compulsorily) shall have effect as if operations

carried out in exercise of the powers conferred by this Act with respect to

works were exempt works for the purposes of that provision.

     (12)  

Section 42(1) (prohibition on use of metal detectors in protected places

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without consent) shall not apply to the use of a metal detector for the

purposes of or in connection with the exercise of the powers conferred by

this Act with respect to works.

     (13)  

Section 42(3) (prohibition on removal without consent of object discovered

by use of a metal detector in a protected place) shall not apply to the removal

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of objects discovered by the use of a metal detector for the purposes of or in

connection with the exercise of the powers conferred by this Act with respect

to works.

5     (1)  

The power of entry conferred by section 36(1) of the National Heritage Act

1983 (c. 47) (entry to obtain information about ancient monuments and

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historic buildings for the purposes of the records kept by the Historic

Buildings and Monuments Commission for England) shall only be

exercisable in relation to land used, or intended for use, for or in connection

 

 

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with the carrying out of any of the works authorised by this Act with the

consent of the nominated undertaker, such consent not to be unreasonably

withheld.

      (2)  

Consent for the purposes of sub-paragraph (1) may be granted subject to

compliance with any reasonable requirements or conditions imposed for

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reasons of safety or for the purpose of preventing interference with or delay

to the works.

      (3)  

Section 36(6) of the National Heritage Act 1983 (c. 47) (which, in relation to

land on which works are being carried out, regulates the exercise of the right

to enter land to obtain information about ancient monuments and historic

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buildings for the purposes of the records kept by the Historic Buildings and

Monuments Commission for England) shall not apply in relation to land on

which works authorised by this Act are being carried out.

      (4)  

Any dispute under this paragraph shall, if the parties agree, be referred to

arbitration, but shall otherwise be determined by the appropriate Ministers

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acting jointly.

      (5)  

In sub-paragraph (4), “appropriate Ministers” means the Secretary of State

for Transport and the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport.

Schedule 9

Section 16

 

Heritage: rights of entry

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1     (1)  

Any person duly authorised in writing by the Historic Buildings and

Monuments Commission for England (“the Commission”) may at any

reasonable time enter any land on which (or in or under which) a scheduled

monument (within the meaning of the Ancient Monuments and

Archaeological Areas Act 1979 (c. 46)) is situated—

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(a)   

for the purpose of observing or advising upon the exercise in relation

to the land of any of the powers conferred by paragraph 9 of

Schedule 2 above, or

(b)   

for the purpose of inspecting, observing or advising upon the

carrying out of any works on the land in exercise of any of the other

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powers conferred by this Act.

      (2)  

Any person duly authorised in writing by the Commission may at any

reasonable time enter any land in Greater London for the purpose of

inspecting or observing the carrying out in relation to any building on the

land of any decontrolled works.

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      (3)  

The right conferred by sub-paragraph (1) or (2) shall not be exercisable at a

time when the nominated undertaker reasonably considers that it is not safe

to exercise it.

      (4)  

A person exercising the right conferred by sub-paragraph (1) or (2) shall

comply with any directions given by the nominated undertaker for the

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purpose of securing compliance with relevant health and safety provisions.

      (5)  

In this paragraph, “decontrolled works” means works to which section 7 or

74 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 (c. 9)

 

 

 
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