By HL Architects Newcastle To begin, what exactly does the term “Listed Building” imply? A structure listed on the National Register has certain safeguards in place that prevent it from being demolished, expanded, or altered without special permission. Important as a work of architecture or for the “national” historical significance of its contents. Under the […]
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Lesser known but Interesting buildings in Newcastle
Time goes by but many magnificent buildings are still standing tall in Newcastle. These wonderful buildings are not meant to be replaced by some boring idea of modern. We are going to travel around Newcastle and show you some magnificent buildings that have served the public so well for a long time. Blackfriars This incredible […]
Heritage Architecture: What Is It?
A structure or building that is culturally or historically significant and must be preserved is referred to as heritage architecture. The UK’s historic sector includes a substantial portion of this architecture. The UK is fortunate to have some of the world’s most incredible buildings. Not only modern structures but also remarkable monuments from the past. […]
Newcastle’s architectural history (Part 1)
Newcastle has a long and varied architectural history: it started as a Roman fort. The first bridge across the Tyne was built by the Romans and was called Pons Aelius. In the Middle Ages, Newcastle’s riverside location gave a tactical advantage, encouraging Richard I to build a castle here, thus the name ‘New Castle.’ The […]