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Heritage at Risk Case Studies

In this section you will find a mixture of case studies on sites that are at risk and appear on the 2014 Heritage at Risk Register, as well as sites that are well-managed and have been removed from the Register or have been assessed as not at risk. The case studies can be searched by the following categories: Listed Buildings, Listed Places of Worship, Scheduled Monuments, Registered Parks and Gardens, Battlefields, Conservation Areas, Industrial Sites, Protected Ship Wrecks, and also by region.

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  • Adlingfleet Medieval Rectory

    The standing remains of this 13th century rectory is a very rare surviving example of a medieval secular building in this part of Yorkshire.

    Region: Yorkshire

    Historic Place: Listed Buildings, Scheduled Monuments

    Risk Type: Not at risk

  • Alvecote Priory and Dovecote

    Alvecote Priory was founded in 1159 by William Burdet. Starting as a very small site of Benedictine monks, it later became a cell of Great Malvern Priory.

    Region: West Midlands

    Historic Place: Listed Buildings

    Risk Type: At risk

  • Anfield Cemetery, Liverpool

    Anfield Cemetery (originally known as Liverpool Cemetery) was designed by Edward Kemp and laid out in 1856-63.

    Region: North West

    Historic Place: Listed Buildings

    Risk Type: At risk

  • Barton Seagrave Hall and Orangery

    Barton Seagrave Hall, built for the prominent Bridges family of Northamptonshire, is a fine 18th century former country house, with origins in the 16th century.

    Region: East Midlands

    Historic Place: Listed Buildings

    Risk Type: Not at risk

  • Bellmanpark Lime Kilns

    The kilns at Bellmanpark comprise four monumental furnaces that were used in the industrial processing of lime.

    Region: North West

    Historic Place: Scheduled Monuments

    Risk Type: At risk

  • Bentley Hall Barn

    This imposing grade II* listed 16th century barn was associated with Bentley Hall and was part of one of the most historically important Tudor manorial complexes in Britain.

    Region: East of England

    Historic Place: Listed Buildings

    Risk Type: At risk

  • Boulby Alum Quarries and works

    The alum industry was the first chemical industry in Britain and the quarries and associated features at the Boulby works are one of only 50 sites in England and one of the best examples.

    Region: North East

    Historic Place: Scheduled Monuments

    Risk Type: At risk

  • Bowl barrow on Cothelstone Hill, north east of St Agnes' Well

    The monument is designated as one of a group of four Iron Age barrows located along the crest of Cothelstone Hill in the Quantock Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

    Region: South West

    Historic Place: Scheduled Monuments

    Risk Type: At risk

  • Brierfield Mills

    Brierfield Mill was first built in 1838 and was enlarged throughout the course of the next hundred years.

    Region: North West

    Historic Place: Industrial Sites

    Risk Type: At risk

  • Church of St Andrew, Winston

    Situated in an isolated position outside the village of Winston on the banks of the River Tees, this is one of the most picturesque settings for a church anywhere in County Durham.

    Region: North East

    Historic Place: Listed Places of Worship

    Risk Type: At risk

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