Lost Banksy Spy Booth mural 'not saveable' says council

Lost Banksy Spy Booth mural 'not saveable' says council

A Banksy artwork removed from the side of a listed building could not be saved, a council has said.
Spy Booth, which depicted 1950s-style spies "snooping" on a phone box, disappeared from a wall in Cheltenham in August.
Cheltenham Borough Council said it had "crumbled and cracked to pieces" while remedial works were carried out.
A spokesman said any action to punish the owner would not be in the public interest.
Spy Booth appeared in 2014 on the side of David Possee's end-of-terrace property in Fairview Road three miles from government intelligence centre GCHQ.
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22 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 43
Source: BBC

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