HC Deb 23 July 1975 vol 896 cc215-6W
59. Mr. Molloy

asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what is his policy regarding preservation orders placed on British Rail stations; and what system of appeal against such orders exists.

Dr. Gilbert

If my right hon. Friend concludes, after taking appropriate expert advice, that a station is of special architectural or historic interest, he is bound to list it as such. There is no appeal against listing, but there is an appeal to my right hon. Friend if the owner is refused consent to alter or demolish a listed building.