East of England Highlights
Historic England is funding repairs at Great Gransden windmill in Cambridgeshire. Find out why and follow our other stories about your local heritage.
Two buildings in King’s Lynn have been listed in recognition of their historic and architectural importance.
Historic England unveils latest chapter in the fight to save important heritage in 20th year of the Heritage at Risk Register.
This year we are celebrating 20 years of Historic England’s register that shines a light on the listed buildings and places most in need of help.
Historic England has objected to proposals for a 20 storey tower in Norwich city centre as part of a planned redevelopment of Anglia Square
Mud walls and buildings are a charming vernacular tradition that sheds light on the historic use of locally sourced natural materials.
Historic England’s research team has been studying key sites in King's Lynn to inform future new development.
We explore some of the heroic, quirky, sad, inspirational and challenging local monuments to inspire you to nominate little-known local memorials.
This year we are compiling an A to Z of architecture in the East of England and asking people to share their examples on Twitter.
Born in Bury St Edmunds, renowned landscape architect Humphry Repton’s career was rooted in the East of England.
This month we’re looking for epicentres of power, protest and progress as part of our search to find the 100 Places that best tell England’s story.
Lowestoft’s historic High Street and Scores are to be revived through a five year scheme run by Waveney District Council and Historic England.
This month, 100 Places - a list of a hundred places that tell England’s story - is looking for ten places to represent music and literature.
In recent years, we've advised Luton Borough Council and influenced the historic environment policies in their Local Plan.
The exceptional vision and tenacity of one man has saved a unique Cold War monument on Thetford Heath, Suffolk.
A grant of £48,530 from Historic England will fund repair work to secure the future of Mettingham Castle.
A major repair programme is well underway at Great Gransden windmill in Cambridgeshire.
It's not obvious at first sight, but Drinkstone Mill houses a sequence of milling technologies which is probably unique in England.
Historic England has provided a grant for repairs to the gatehouse and ruins of West Acre Priory in Norfolk.
Historic England will fund further stage of repairs to the most complete surviving example of a First World War Aerodrome in Europe.