Cruickshank praises Historic England for listing threatened C18 house

Nos 3 and 5 Club Row in Sdhoreditch. The buildings are now grade II listed

Heritage protection jeopardises plan to replace weavers’ tenement in Shoreditch

Campaigners fighting to prevent the demolition and redevelopment of a Georgian terraced house in a trendy part of east London have won a crucial victory after Historic England listed the building at grade II.

Architect p-ad created plans to redevelop No 3 Club Row in Shoreditch and a building to the rear in Whitby Street with a new five-storey building with three flats and commercial space at its ground floor and basement level.

Documents supporting the proposals said the existing building, which dates back to the mid-1760s, was in a poor state of repair, had “little architectural merit” and did not contribute to the appearance of the area “partly due to the emergence of ever-larger buildings surrounding it”.

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