Oxford house with shark sculpture on roof made heritage site despite owner’s objection

City council designates 7.6 metre installation by artist Bill Heine a protected landmark The 7.6 metre (25f) sculpture of a shark crashing through the roof of Magnus Hanson-Heine’s house in Oxfordshire is now a protected landmark – and he’s not happy about it.Hanson-Heine loves the installation, erected by his father and a local sculptor in 1986 as an anti-war, anti-nuclear protest that still remains relevant amid the invasion of Ukraine.
Source: the guardian

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