Photo: Jonathan Taylor - Not for re-use. Image source IHBC http://www.ihbc.org.uk/page55/page58/index.html Replacing these unsightly uPVC windows above a high street shop with sash windows might restore something of the building's historic and aesthetic value, but to whose advantage? The owner would bear all of the cost while the heritage benefit would overwhelmingly be enjoyed by the non-paying public.
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