Is My Building Listed?
A Listed Building directory indicating grade and description in alphabetical order by village.
The following properties are included in the statutory list as principal listed buildings. Non-inclusion of a property in the list does not necessarily mean that it is not a listed building, as buildings that have an historical or close geographical connection with buildings in the list may still be regarded as "curtilage listed" and subject to listed building control, even though they are not expressly mentioned in the list or in the individual description of the property.
- Barton Seagrave - Burton Latimer
- Cranford - Cransley
- Desborough - Dingley
- Geddington - Grafton Underwood
- Rothwell - Rushton
- Stoke Albany - Sutton Bassett
- Thorpe Malsor
- Warkton - Wilbarston
Last Updated 10/10/2011
Pages in Listed Buildings
- 1. You are here: Is My Building Listed?
- 2. What is a listed Building?
- 3. Grades of Listing
- 4. Why is a building listed?
- 5. How Do I List a Building?
- 6. What does the listing include?
- 7. Listed Building Consent
- 8. Making an application
- 9. Consideration of applications
- 10. Other related permissions
- 11. Prevention of deterioration
- 12. Craftmanship
- 13. Owning a listed building
- 14. Recent Amendments to Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest