Nationally listed buildings
Nationally listed buildings have special historical or architectural interest. If a building is listed, the whole of the building is protected; including the inside, any internal features and later additions.
You'll need listed building consent for any changes that will affect the character of the building. See nationally listed buildings on a map (they'll have coloured red dots).
You can also find more information on listed buildings on Historic England.
Locally listed buildings
We have buildings that are designated as 'locally listed'. This means they aren't nationally protected, but they have been identified as buildings of local value. They don't have the same contraints as nationally listed buildings, but we will consider their status when we look at your planning application.
See locally listed buildings on a map (they'll have coloured blue dots).