The requested building is the buildings included in the "Regulatory List of Special Architectural or Historic Buildings" in the UK. The list is organized by Historical England in England, Cadw in Wales (Historical Environment Service of the Welsh Government), Historical Scotland in Scotland and Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) in Northern Ireland. Although the concept is also used in Ireland, which lists its surviving buildings under the principles of the Granada Agreement, under the leadership of the "National Architectural Heritage Inventory", it is mostly referred to as the protected structure here. A listed building cannot be demolished, expanded or modified without permission from the local authorities. In England and Wales, these permits are granted by Amenity society, which acts as a kind of protection board. The listed buildings list includes many different types of structures, such as the milestone and even the road that inspired The Beatles' song Abbey Road, as well as non-building bridges, monuments, and statues.