The inspiration behind this website came from the realistion that there isn't a simple, UK-wide database of listed buildings that's accessible via the Internet. Responsibility for listed buildings is devolved to the constituent nations of the UK, and hence there are separate lists - and separate methods of acessing the lists - for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. And not only are there separate interfaces to the lists, but they vary in how user-friendly they are.
This website, therefore, is an attempt to address those issues, at least for the three countries which make up Great Britain (for a variety of reasons, listed buildings from Northern Ireland aren't included here). To the best of my knowledge, every listed building in England, Scotland and Wales (other than those listed very recently) is in the BLB database, and they are all accessible via a single interface that's designed to be as user-friendly as possible.
For some more information on what's changed in the most recent release of the site, see the What's New page.
You can support this website at no cost to yourself by buying your DIY equipment and home improvement supplies via one of these links:
Or, if you prefer, you can make a donation toward's the site's running costs.
BritishListedBuildings.co.uk is programmed by Mark Goodge, with assistance from the usual motley crew of assistants and supported by user contributions.
Listed building data is obtained from three sources:
All data obtained from official sources is © Crown Copyright and is reproduced under licence: PSI Click-use licence number C2008002006.
All original material on British Listed Buildings by British Listed Buildings is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales License.
Please see the Errors and Corrections page for information on how to submit updates to the site or report unauthorised use of images.
For those that care abut such things, this site is built on an open source platform using Linux, Apache, PHP and MariaDB. The underlying design is based on a lightweight object-oriented codebase utilising Savant3 as a templating framework.