Proposed and de-registered
Buildings once registered are protected by the Regulations under which they have been added on to the Protected Buildings Register.
Application is sometimes made to the Department to appeal against inclusion or later remove a building from the Register.
Since registration began the following buildings have been de-registered.
The body of the paper file that supports the assessment and argument for de registration of these buildings has been formally transferred to the Public Records Office.
|52||Harbour Master's Office||CASTLETOWN|
|75||Warehouse/store to the rear of St Mary's Church||CASTLETOWN|
|103||Former Castletown Brewery||CASTLETOWN|
|109||Finch Hill United Reformed Church, Buck's Road||DOUGLAS|
|116||The Palace Lido, Central Promenade||DOUGLAS|
|140||The Quarter Bridge Hotel||DOUGLAS|
|224||22 & 24 Victoria Street||DOUGLAS|
|231||37 Athol Street||DOUGLAS|
The following buildings have been formally proposed for registration and are currently undergoing formal assessment for entry on the Department’s Protected Building Register. They are;.
|271||Old Police Station, Crown Street||Peel|
|277||The Granary, Strandhall Farm||Rushen|
|281||Port St Mary Railway Station||Port St Mary|
|282||Port St Mary Goods Shed||Port St Mary|
|283||Gatekeeper's Hut, Castletown Road||Port St Mary|
|291||Bay Horse Tram Stables||Douglas|
|18/00003/RBINV||Freemasons Hall Hilary Park||Douglas|