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A Suburb in Stockport

10 10 / 10 from 9 Reviews

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Coleman posted..

Buildings don't get listed status automatically when they reach a certain age, they have to be historically significant i.e. because of their design or because something happened there, etc.

Unfortunately there is nothing significant or important about the Grove inn so no listed status.

Like i said if the building had anything going for it then i'd agree it would be better to save it, but its just a decaying old building, you can't save every building just because its old. For one thing we would never reach energy efficiency targets if all our buildings were 200+ years old! That's not to even mention the costs of maintaining a building of that age.

No i think in this case flattening it and building some nice new modern buildings in its place is the best thing that can happen!