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
My great great great grandmother was in the 1861 census as living at Welton and formerly being a cook.
Gary Pallister, 8 December 2013
Marko......Thankyou so much for your reply. I would dearly love a copy of the family tree, as mentioned, and also pictures ! I look forward to your reply. My e mail address is email@example.com....if sending by post is better, I can provide you with a mailing address. Thankyou ! [...]
Shirley Smeland, 7 December 2013
I have submitted a correction to English Heritage regarding the gates outside the old school building (now a private house) which were removed to the new school in 1999 of which they seem unaware. Their photo show the modern replacement gates not the historic ones, as their photo is dated [...]
Mike Searle, 6 December 2013
What is the point in having listed buildings when this house is allowed to fall into such disrepair.Surely someone must have the courage to challenge the owner and have the building at least secured to avoid anymore deterioration. If not should be compulsory purchased for a extremely small sum and [...]
NM, 5 December 2013
This building now houses a branch of the Nationwide building society, before that it was a hardware store called G.S.Swain's. George Sleath Swain had two local hardware shops, one in Needham Market and the other in this building in Stowmarket. The final day of trading was 30th October 1980. There [...]
Ashley Barnard, 5 December 2013
The church was entirely destroyed by fire on 20 October 2013. William Rogers
William Rogers, 4 December 2013
This wonderful tower was knocked down by a motorist in November 2013. What was left standing, then fell. The bricks have been taken by the council to keep in safe storage. Will we ever see this landmark again? Its real and original name was Granville Tower.
Karen McKay, 4 December 2013
This is in a private garden and is totally inaccessible to the public. I have met people, who have seen it recently, as guests of the house's owners. They assure me it is in good condition. It is situated at the top of a delightful dell.
Karen McKay, 4 December 2013
The original bridge which was built in Late C 18 was subsequently demolished and a new bridge built in 1828 with increased headroom to permit larger vessels to use the canal. A large date stone is set in the North West wing wall adjoining the Towpath clearly stating 1828.
John Powell, 2 December 2013
I lived at Clock House from 1946 (when I was born) to 1950 and revisited the property many times as my grandfather was owner until about 1968. The old (northern) section of Clock House was demolished in about 1960 as the building was becoming increasingly dangerous and was totally inhabitable. [...]
Graham Dilliway, 2 December 2013
I walked past this building this weekend. It is being renovated by Malvern-based building firm Speller Metcalfe and is under an impressive amount of scaffolding. I understand the renovation is being done for a a private client.
Malvern David, 2 December 2013
I think this building has been demolished. No signs of exist on streetmap or google streetview!
David Anstiss, 1 December 2013