The expansion of the public sector in the 20th century brought Neo-Georgian architecture to buildings across the globe.
In this beautifully illustrated book, leading architectural historians explore Neo-Georgian style and how it was used to assert a national image and identity.
Explore England's historic places. Find out what makes them important and why they're protected by listing.
3 May 2016
ICOMOS/UNESCO report recognises the benefits a tunnel of at least 2.9km could bring to the Stonehenge site, if it is designed and delivered well.Read more
22 March 2016
Rare examples of 17th century town houses in Denmark Street have had their listing upgraded from Grade II to Grade II*Read more
When it comes to historic places, England is full of treasures. People up and down the country look after them. There are lots of ways you can join in, from researching the history of the WWI Home Front to becoming an archive detective.
A free exhibition of beautifully-preserved photographs from the Historic England archive, open until 17 June in Newcastle upon Tyne. Click on the images below for image and exhibition details.
© Historic England 2016