This article follows on from the article about the Temple in the grounds of Mount Clare, Minstead Gardens. From this it was thought it might be worthwhile explaining a bit more about those buildings which are listed by Historic England as Heritage at Risk.
When did the buildings become Heritage at Risk?
Email (dated 10 January 2018) from Historic England listed the following years as to when they were registered as Heritage at Risk;
- Temple in the Grounds of Mount Clare – 1999
- The Montague Arms, Medfield Street – 2008
- Former White Lion, 14-16 Putney High Street – 2015
- Putney Vale Cemetery Gates – 2016
Notice how three of these buildings feature in the Roehampton & Putney Heath ward?
Next year the Temple, if still on the list, will be celebrating 20 years on the list?
As the Temple has been covered, it might be worth sharing photos with you of the other buildings.
The Montague Arms
Putney Vale Cemetery Gates
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