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Latest Listings

Identifying heritage and protecting it through the listing system is one of Historic England’s key aims.

Below you can see some of the hundreds of historic treasures now protected.

We also respond to applications for listing, scheduling, protection of battlefields and wreck sites and the registration of parks and gardens from concerned members of the public and heritage professionals. You can see some of the highlights from these here too.

  • URS Building, University Of Reading, Whiteknights, Reading, 1970-72, by Howell, Killick, Partridge and Amis, built for the Faculty of Urban and Regional Studies, listed Grade II.

    Listing Highlights

    Explore the hundreds of new buildings and sites added to the List of places throughout the year.

  • The Grade II listed Rose and Crown Public House, Stoke Newington.

    Public houses, 1918-1939

    19 pubs built between the wars are now listed, thanks to our strategic project promoting the appreciation and protection of these threatened pubs.

  • Sculptural mural by William Mitchell.

    Public Art (Sculpture) 1945-1985

    In our recent project to promote the value and protection of public sculptures erected between 1945-1985, 41 sculptures were protected by listing.

  • Liverpool Cenotaph

    The War Memorials Listing Project

    Historic England is aiming to list up to 500 war memorials a year over the First World War centenary period 2014-18.

  • Interior image of Keighley drill hall

    Drill Halls

    Nine drill halls have recently been listed as part of a strategic project anticipating change to the structure of the reserve forces.