HMP Holloway was the largest women’s only prison in Europe until its closure in 2016. Rebuilt in the 1970s, the prison’s design was recognised as a failure.
The Neoclassical building in Edinburgh was constructed in the 1800s to house the Royal High School and since 1968 accommodated a debating chamber for the Scottish Parliament.
The Jordanhill Campus is an historic estate in Glasgow, Scotland, and was the Faculty of Education of the University of Strathclyde until 2012.
A courthouse in London that opened in 1909 with many original features still remaining
A Victorian courthouse in Burton Upon Trent featuring a double height courtroom with nice windows
An abandoned Roman Catholic school with impressive original Italian style features as well as classrooms.
A Church of England school for infants and juniors that closed in 2004. The school has stood empty ever since and now has lots of natural decay.
The Coal Exchange is a grand building in Cardiff with a huge carved-wood trading hall and ornate features, where businessmen would negotiate the trading of coal.
A college in Liverpool that started out as a large house and was subsequently extended. The college closed in 2015 and was used as a film set.