100 Places Nomination Criteria
- The nominated place must be locatable on a map and it should be a specific building, structure, archaeological site, battlefield, tree etc. It should not be a city, town, region, ocean etc.
- The nominated place doesn't have to be well known but it should have had some impact on local, national or world history
- The nominated place can be of any age and it does not need to be on the National Heritage List for England
- The nominated place could be where an important historical event has happened, for example the Banqueting House in London where Charles I was executed
- OR it could be where a societal trend has emerged, for example the Flamingo nightclub in London where ska music was first popularised in England
- OR it could be where a scientific discovery was made, for example the Manchester laboratory where the atom was first split
- The nominated place could have been part of our national life for generations
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