British Listed Buildings Online
Welcome to British Listed Buildings, an online database of buildings and structures that are listed as being of special architectural and historic interest.
As well as reading the official listing data for each building, you can also view the location on a map, and, where possible, see it in Google Streetview and Bing Birds Eye View. You can also add your own comments, information and photos and view comments and photos submitted by other users of the site.
You can browse for listed buildings by country, county and parish/locality:
Alternatively, you can use the search page to search for buildings by name/description text or by postcode.
Recent Listed Building Comments
I am the owner of one of the ground floor flats in this building, it's a very special iconic building in Malmesbury. Unfortunately Waitrose have applied for planning permission to build a supermarket in the greenfield behind the Avon Mills, despite the opposition of English Heritage and Wiltshire Council's own [...]
Caroline Moore, 19 May 2013
The listing description needs to catch up (2012). This building forms part of a complex together with the Burgh Halls (listed separately)and new baths as an excellent regeneration/conservation project with new elements blended with the old.
Jeremy Watson, 18 May 2013
This doesn't appear to exist anymore, Nothing around Upper Malt House St matches the description, and the marker on Google maps is a block of retirement flats
Trevor Hayman, 18 May 2013
This does not appear to exist anymore. There is a large Sainsbury's and a car park where the barracks would have been. There is a red brick building on the hill behind that has a barrack like appearance, it is dated 1893 above the door, but does not match this listing.
Trevor Hayman, 18 May 2013
Unfortunately the cast iron fountain surrounding plate was stolen some time ago.
Steve Ellwood, 18 May 2013
Occupying a large corner site at Adelaide Street and Cambrian Place overlooking the Royal Institution. Dated 1913-14. Design by Charles T Ruthen, architect of Swansea. Henry Billings and Sons, contractor. Edwardian classicism. Main symmetrical curving façade with advanced centre and ends to Cambrian Place. Three-storeys with attic and basement. Portland [...]
Collin West, 17 May 2013
The Abbey ruins should be seen as a separate entity to the intact Palace building which is both ah historic museum and occasional royal residence. The Sacred Scotland website gives more detail, starting with : Holyrood Abbey was founded in 1128 by King David I for the Canons Regular [...]
Jeremy Watson, 17 May 2013
This church was demolished in 1986. The organist, John Singleton, let me have a key for a number of months so that I could play the organ there. A very plain building, but with a quite pleasant airy atmosphere and nice acoustics. The Lamb Memorial Hall, with its wood floor [...]
Stuart Goodall, 17 May 2013
The Tyne Pedestrian & Cyclist Tunnels are due to be closed on the 20th May 2013 for major refurbishment. Two of the wooden escalators (one at the north entrance & one at the south entrance) will be replaced with incline lifts. The remaining wooden escalators will remain as a museum [...]
Peter Reynolds, 16 May 2013
The photo submitted by the previous contributor is of the gates to the entrance near the bridge. The Lion Gates are on the opposite side of the estate.
Jeremy Watson, 16 May 2013
Glanafon Mansion House was built in approx 1800 and sits within 26 acres of tranquil Pembrokeshire countryside and was built by William Owen. Bordered by two streams on either side and The Western Cleddau (SSSI) it was originally owned by Richard Lloyd in 1804. The original land included Glanafon Farm to [...]
Pamela Joseph, 15 May 2013
my brother went there in the 1960's his name was Paul Cashman does anyone remember him. and does anyone got any old photo's please would like a reply thank you x you can get in touch by FACEBOOK RHODA CASHMAN BROWN THANK YOU X
rhoda brown, 14 May 2013