What Does Grade Two Listing Mean?

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Grade listing is a process used for listing buildings that are of special architectural or historic interest. In Scotland and Northern Ireland Grades I, II* and II are replaced by the more logical Grades A, B and C. Grade two is given to buildings that are particularly important or of more than special interest.
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