Buildings At Risk Register
Buildings at Risk Registers exist in several areas of the United Kingdom. The term refers to buildings or structures which are at risk due to neglect or decay.
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... A similar Register is compiled and maintained by the Scottish Civic Trust ... As of 20 September 2012, there are around 2,500 buildings at risk currently on the register ...
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Crumbling like the register at the hotel....”
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