History in Structure

Tag: Government building

Building built for and by the government, such as a town hall

Is a member of Building of public administration

Has sub-tags Courthouse Police station Seat of local government Official residence Custom house Prison City museum Land registry office Border checkpoint Legislative building

  1. II Admiralty House
    Mount Wise, Plymouth, Devon, PL1
  2. II* Canada House (Including the Former Royal College of Physicians) Photos
    London, Westminster, London, SW1Y
  3. II Chichester District Council Offices Photos
    Midhurst, Chichester, West Sussex, GU29
  4. I Foreign and Commonwealth Office with Home Office the Foreign Office the Foreign Office (Foreign and Photos
    Westminster, London, SW1A
  5. II* Government Offices, Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food Government Offices, Ministry of Agric Photos
    Whitehall, Westminster, London, SW1A
  6. II* Gwydyr House (Welsh Office) Photos
    Westminster, London, SW1A
  7. II* Middlesex Guildhall Photos
    Westminster, London, SW1P
  8. II* New Government Offices (HM Treasury) and archway link with Foreign Office at east end of King Charle Photos
    Westminster, London, SW1H
  9. II Pontypool Register Office Photos
    In Pontypool town centre in a row of listed buildings fronting the Italian Gardens.
  10. II Pontypridd Register Office Photos
    To the S of and uphill from the railway station, facing Dewi-Saint Hospital.
  11. II* Richmond House, incorporating Nos. 1-8 Richmond Terrace Photos
    Westminster, London, SW1A
  12. II Welsh Office Building (Crown Building) Photos
    At N end of Cathays Park, facing S onto N side of Alexandra Gardens.

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