Follow the latest news for London's historic environment. See our 2018 Heritage at Risk Register, an annual snapshot of the health of London's historic places, and our response to the Draft London Plan.
While born, raised and buried in the East of England, Repton has numerous connections with London.
A fantastic opportunity for children to learn more about the role their local community played in the First World War.
On Thursday 8 November we published the 2018 Heritage at Risk Register, our annual snapshot of the health of London’s historic places.
The Mayor of London has prepared and consulted on a new London Plan to help deliver his strategic vision for 'Good Growth'.
What the Mayor's draft strategies for transport, housing, health inequalities and environment mean for London's heritage.
The altar at the beautiful Royal Artillery Garrison Church has recently been removed for much needed repair and conservation work.
Past pupils, parents, local museums and heritage sites join forces to help William Patten Primary pupils investigate their history and local heritage.
New Report finds investing in historic buildings at risk in London delivers 'good growth' in deprived communities.
Historic England is delighted to be working with the Greater London Authority on the London Borough of Culture.
Find out how a primary school in Eltham, Royal Borough of Greenwich, added their local war memorial to the National Heritage List for England.
Our new report 'Translating Good Growth for London’s Historic Environment' demonstrates how heritage can successfully underpin London’s growth.
Add your photos and stories to the National Heritage List for England, the official record of protected buildings and sites.