17 Quaker meeting houses across England listed or upgraded.
Archaeologists have made exciting discoveries about the Prittlewell Anglo-Saxon princely burial in Essex.
Experts have made a discovery which reveals rabbits came to England 1,000 years earlier than previously thought.
New research: 85% of businesses operating in historic buildings express satisfaction with where they work.
The love life of the nation’s best-loved bird has been given an unlikely boost by the remains of historic wartime structures along our coastlines.
Michael Morrison re-appointed as Commissioner for 3 years, starting on 1 June 2019.
New apprenticeships to meet the demand for skilled professionals around the country.
An exciting project to record rare Roman quarry inscriptions in Gelt Forest near Brampton in Cumbria.
The biggest concentration of protective marks ever found in British caves has been discovered at Creswell Crags in the East Midlands.
As Valentine's Day approaches we want you to share the buildings and places close to your heart.
A wooden figurehead from the Royal Navy ship HMS Arethusa listed at Grade II.
Art installation marks completion of the first phase of restoration at the world’s oldest iron-framed building.
Historic England publishes its annual highlights from more than 900 buildings and sites listed or upgraded this year.
Research shows increase in number of listed buildings occupied by branded retailers, particularly in food and drink.
Nicholas Boys Smith re-appointed as Commissioner for 3 years, starting on 1 January 2019.
On Tuesday 27 November 2018 the winners of the Historic England Angel Awards 2018 were revealed at a ceremony hosted by historian Bettany Hughes
Historic England unveils latest chapter in the fight to save important heritage in 20th year of the national Register.
Government funding that will be delivered by extending Historic England’s successful Heritage Action Zone initiative.
Through the First World War Memorials programme, 2,645 First World War memorials have been listed, more than doubling the amount previously listed.
Restoration of the roof completed on the 1797 Grade I listed Main Mill at Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings.
Tyne Bridge upgraded during Great Exhibition of the North to celebrate its importance
National Heritage List reaches 400,000 entries
A study by researchers from Historic England and McMaster University in Canada has found that vitamin D deficiency is 'far from being a new problem'.
Mysterious Neolithic ceremonial monuments, Iron Age settlements, square barrows and a Roman farm have been discovered by Historic England’s flying archaeologists.
Top 10 Power, Protest & Progress sites in England chosen from public nominations
Hundreds of nominations received as public share their knowledge of local monuments, street shrines and community tributes.
Maritime archaeologists are diving the Rooswijk wreck site, continuing excavations started last summer, with the aim of revealing more of its story.
Archaeologists to excavate ship wreck on the inter-tidal mudflats at Tankerton Beach, Kent and late 18th century wreck on Camber Sands protected.
Wounded veterans have been carrying out a series of dives on the wreck of HMS Montagu to determine what remains of the wreck.
Work begins to find lost standing stones, buried under silts for decades
New photographs by John Kippin for Historic England explore the ‘Spirit of the North’
An action plan to address the challenge of sustainable management of archaeological archives.
We're calling on people to report illegal metal detecting as criminals are targeting this spectacular 1,900 year old World Heritage Site.
Top 10 art, architecture and sculpture places in England chosen.
41 places that were at the centre of suffragette action, from mass meetings to smashed windows, are officially recognised
DCMS has re-appointed Martin Daunton as Commissioner for Historic England for four years, from 1 June 2018.
Five quirky post-war pubs have been listed on the advice of Historic England.
Historic England announces the listing of 17 Post-Modern buildings
Ten places that tell of our rich industrial past have been chosen as part of Irreplaceable: A History of England in 100 Places
A collection of 4,050 photographs uncovered in the Historic England Archive is giving up its secrets after more than 70 years.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation and Historic England invite you to enter the Historic England Angel Awards 2018. You have until Sunday 3 June 2018.
London History Day is back on 31 May and it’s bigger and better than ever.
The Department for Education has announced £1.6 million for Historic England's award-winning Heritage Schools programme, allowing the scheme to continue for the next two years.
Top 10 faith and belief places in England chosen
To mark the centenary of the RAF, 14 war memorials to airmen are being listed or upgraded by DCMS on the advice of Historic England.
Mary Beard chooses the sites which tell our country's story of Loss & Destruction
Two mosques are newly listed and others given greater protection and recognition
Historic England partners with Transport for London to install 'I am London' photographs at five underground stations across the capital.
Author Monica Ali chooses her top 10 Music & Literature places in England
New free online resource created to help teachers explore Britain's prehistory with students.
HerStories campaign will explore the fight for women's suffrage 100 years ago today
Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson announces her top 10 places for sport & leisure in A History of England in 100 Places campaign
The remains of a 13th century monastic site, Greyfriars in Leicester - the former burial place of King Richard III has been granted protection.
Historic England's guide to 20 unusual or surprising places listed this year.
Historic England asks how people are memorialised and asks for help in finding the secret, forgotten or unknown memorials around the country
John Glen, Minister for Arts, Heritage and Tourism, today announced the latest historic places to be revived through the Heritage Action Zone scheme.
George Clarke chooses the homes and gardens which best tell the history of England
Ways in which historic buildings and places benefit local economies as well as contributing greatly to local culture and identity.
Second category of A History of England in 100 Places announced
The Heritage at Risk Register 2017 is published today, providing the annual snapshot of the state of England’s most valued vulnerable historic places.
Newly listed school buildings include a plastic classroom known as 'the bubble' in Preston and a 'high-tech' infants school in Hampshire.
Professor Robert Winston announces his top 10 Science & Discovery places in A History of England in 100 Places campaign
Findings released on anniversary of the first Conservation Area, Stamford in Lincolnshire, designated in 1967 - there are now more than 10,000 Conserv
Report reveals the vital contribution of heritage to England's economic prosperity.
A new study is challenging the previously understood narrative for prehistoric life on Orkney.
This year's Historic England Angel Award winners were announced at the Palace Theatre in London on 20 November 2017.
Heritage Minister John Glen is to announce plans for a new Historic England scheme to enable communities to celebrate places where history was made.
Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport appoints five new Commissioners.
Historic England calls for industrial mill buildings to be at the centre of regeneration
These war memorials and shrines became a precursor what was to come: the national movement to memorialise that took place following the war.
New listings mark 70th anniversary of the listed building system
Battle of Passchendaele centenary marked with 13 new and upgraded war memorial listings
The two new listings come ahead of the 50th anniversary of the Sexual Offences Act 1967.
Six structures at Jodrell Bank listed on the 60th anniversary of the Lovell Telescope's "first light".
Dutch and British maritime archaeologists are excavating the wreck of the Rooswijk this summer
Wrecks of merchant ships containing 15 cast iron English cannons off Chesil Beach and a First World War mine-laying U-boat off Whitby protected.
Help us create a list of the 100 places which best tell the story of England and its impact on the world
Funding from The National Lottery is enabling construction work to start on the iconic Main Mill and Kiln at the Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings.
Ian Morrison, Chief Executive of the Architectural Heritage Fund has been announced as Historic England's next Director of Planning.
Nine new listings celebrate Hull's heritage during Hull City of Culture 2017
John Outram’s colourful Post-Modern Pumping Station on London’s Isle of Dogs listed at Grade II*
The Sunbathers by Peter Laszlo Peri has been found after Historic England's call for information on missing public art.
15 First World War memorials by Sir Herbert Baker have been listed or upgraded to commemorate the centenary of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
New study of human bones supports belief that Mediaeval people thought corpses could arise from their graves, spread disease and assault the living.
New Roman finds in North Yorkshire are teaching us more about life in Roman Britain
Sir Laurie Magnus has been reappointed as Chairman of Historic England from 1 September 2017 until 31 August 2021.
A once lost Festival of Britain sculpture has returned to London’s South Bank thanks to a successful Historic England crowdfunding campaign
A large white chalk figure carved by New Zealand troops has been granted protection on the advice of Historic England.
War memorial to the children of Upper North Street School, Poplar upgraded to Grade II* on Historic England advice.
Heritage Action Zones to help attract more tourists, reinvigorate local areas and grow local economies.
Historic England's guide to 21 unusual or surprising places listed this year
The listings are the latest in our pledge to protect 2,500 memorials by 2018, marking the centenary of the First World War.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has re-appointed Alex Balfour and Victoria Harley as Commissioners for Historic England until 31 May 2021
Archaeologists have revealed evidence of what might have been the final resting place for a community of early Christians.
Historic England and The Royal Society celebrate International Women’s Day by bringing to light the exceptional achievements of female scientists
New report says heritage should be at the core of planning
The landmark Schlumberger Gould Research Centre in Cambridge designed by Sir Michael Hopkins, one of the leading British architects of recent times, has been listed at Grade II* by Heritage Minister Tracey Crouch on the advice of Historic England.
We have objected to proposals for a large development, including two towers, in the historic heart of Manchester
The proposed A303 tunnel of at least 2.9km within the Stonehenge World Heritage Site would remove the majority of the existing damaging road from the World Heritage Site opening up more of the ancient landscape to the public.
Heritage Counts 2016 reveals increase in heritage interest and inclusivity
400th anniversary of Pocahontas' death in Kent marked and remembered
Sir Terry Farrell's Postmodernist Comyn Ching in London listed
To commemorate the centenary of the loss of the British ship the SS Mendi Historic England is publishing a new book, We Die Like Brothers.
Inspector of Ancient Monuments 1963 - 1980; Principal Inspector 1980 - 1990; Chief Archaeologist, English Heritage 1990 - 1999
Newly published archive images of German submarines mark centenary of decisive day in First World War
New poll reveals our romantic places – love really is all around us
The winners of the Historic England Angel Awards are announced at an awards ceremony held at The Palace Theatre, London, on 31 October 2016
Rare and exceptionally well-preserved First World War trawler and minesweeper given special protection
Three new listings announced as Historic England partners with BBC on 'Black and British' season
To mark Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown’s 300th year Historic England is celebrating and protecting his landscapes anew.
The Theatre and The Hope join the Rose and the Globe on Bankside, London as scheduled monuments.
'Pride of Place' research project uncovers and celebrates LGBTQ heritage across England
The Heritage at Risk Register 2016 is published today, providing our annual insight into the state of England’s most valued historic places.
Dutch and British maritime archaeologists are carrying out a joint diving and surveying expedition at the Rooswijk wreck site off the Kent coast.
5 sculptures across the North East of England designed to bring our public spaces back to life after WWII are newly listed
Public asked to share their knowledge and search for more ritual protection symbols or apotropaic marks
HMS Falmouth recreated in its final resting place using underwater surveying and digital 3D modelling on centenary of sinking
Protected site saw the first major loss of female civilian workers in England during the war
Top archaeological finds revealed by photography from a light aircraft
We mark 100 years since one of the bloodiest battles in the First World War with 15 war memorial listings
Excavation of 3,000 year old settlement reveals near complete picture of life in Bronze Age Britain
The first Annual Report and Accounts of Historic England was laid in Parliament yesterday (18 July).
Londoners have chosen 31 May 2017 to be the first ever London History Day, the date Big Ben first started keeping time.
Historic England asks London’s new Mayor, Sadiq Khan, to call in demolition scheme and refuse it
U-8, the first victim of the Royal Navy's Dover Patrol sunk in English territorial waters in the First World War, given protection as a Protected Historic Wreck site.
The nation's list of historic buildings and places is now open to public contributions for the first time ever.
Over 1000 of West Yorkshire's textile mills are either vacant or underused; bringing them back into use could accommodate 27,000 homes or 150,000 jobs
Three historic shipwrecks in the South West has been given protection by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport on the advice of Historic England.
Historic England marks the centenary of the Battle of Jutland with new and upgraded listings
Charlton Manor Primary School in Greenwich becomes the first school in London to have successfully helped to list their local war memorial.
Historic England publishes a new book which celebrates the innovative and influential rebuilding of the city of Coventry.
This latest find from ‘Peterborough’s Pompeii’ builds on our understanding of the technology available to people 3,000 years ago.
Historic England’s Heritage Schools programme is among the winners of the 2016 European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards
Proposals for two towers in Chiswick would damage historic environment
ICOMOS/UNESCO report recognises the benefits a tunnel of at least 2.9km could bring to the Stonehenge site, if it is designed and delivered well.
New poll reveals what Londoners think of changes to London's skyline
Part of Churchill's mysterious underground wireless network, mostly operated by civilian agents
An iconic Victorian gasholder that has been the backdrop to test cricket at The Oval is now listed Grade II.
Rare examples of 17th century town houses in Denmark Street have had their listing upgraded from Grade II to Grade II*
Initial excavations by Historic England and Salisbury Museum suggest a villa of very significant size
Children at Fishponds Church of England Academy in Bristol have helped to list their local war memorial at Fishponds Park.
Listings mark the centenary of the Battle of Verdun, the longest single battle of the First World War.
Ampleforth Abbey and St Charles Borromeo, Hull upgraded to Grade I
New report warns there will not be enough trained archaeologists to do excavations required on future major infrastructure projects unless action is taken.
Two memorials in Sledmere have been upgraded to Grade I
Historic England's statement about the 2015 Spending Review
Archaeologists have revealed incredibly well-preserved Bronze Age dwellings during an excavation at Must Farm quarry in the East Anglian fens.
Public asked to help uncover missing sculptures, friezes and murals that have been destroyed, sold, lost or stolen.
Heritage Counts 2015 reveals listed building owners' pride
Recognises importance of protecting the historic environment and the need for high-quality design, as well as a need for sustainable development.
Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has appointed five new commissioners to Historic England
41 sculptures across England designed to bring our public spaces back to life after WWII are newly listed
New report illustrating how development-led archaeological discoveries have shed new light on our ancient and recent past.
The trustees of the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation agree to continue to support the Historic England Angel Awards for a further three years.
The Historic England Angel Award winners for 2015 were announced at an awards ceremony held at The Palace Theatre in London on 7 September 2015
Historic England launches three podcasts on the pioneering women behind the anti-slavery movement
The Government’s Taking Part survey shows that nearly all adults agree that it is important that heritage buildings and places are well looked after.
Rare, overlooked buildings are protected and celebrated through listing following extensive research
Discover photos of English cities, towns and villages using our online version of the Architectural Red Boxes.
New guide to over 500 of England’s very best post-war buildings.
One of the most important historic buildings in the world is being brought back to life with the launch of a visitor centre
The re-listings of four buildings celebrate the story of the WI and mark the centenary of the first WI meeting in England.
We want your suggestions of pubs built after 1945
Historic England's Heritage at Risk Register is published today, an annual snapshot of the health of England's historic environment.
Historic wreck believed to be Henry V’s 600-year-old great ship
Sir Laurie Magnus pays tribute to the first chairman of English Heritage in 1984, Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, who died yesterday aged 88.
A two-day conference exploring the challenges and benefits of reusing industrial heritage buildings.
Historic England experts uncover and protect the extraordinary historic sites of the Hoo Peninsula in North Kent.
All 44 First World War memorials designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens are now protected by listing.
Historic England welcomes the Sentencing Council's new theft guidelines which include 'heritage assets' for the first time.
Free outdoor exhibition showcases Historic England archive photography
We are delighted that the Minister for Heritage, Tracey Crouch, has listed the Royal Vauxhall Tavern at Grade II on our advice.
Extensive overview of English Architecture 1945-1975 published.
Historic England has today published highlights from the 510 places added to the National Heritage List for England in the past year.
Across the North East 20 sites and conservation areas have been added to the Register while 27 have been repaired and removed.
A course examining the First World War and its effects on different aspects of heritage practice
Andrew Lloyd Webber, who founded the Angel Awards in 2011, said: "Every year, I am astounded by the variety of the Angels applications and the hard graft that takes place in every corner of the country."
The British Library and seven local libraries across England are being listed as the best examples of public libraries of the later 20th century.
A Westminster Council Committee has agreed that an enforcement notice will be served requiring the Carlton Tavern in Maida Vale, London, to be rebuilt in facsimile.
The historic environment cannot be interpreted or placed in glass cabinets for description and preservation. We must live in and around it.
English Heritage features in two award categories at the prestigious Current Archaeology Awards 2015.
The appointment was announced today of Duncan Wilson as the first Chief Executive of Historic England.
English Heritage will be exhibiting at the Listed Property Show on 15 and 16 February 2014 at Olympia London.
English Heritage Reveals Heritage At Risk in the East of England 2014
English Heritage is seeking experts in London's urban archaeology to apply for a position on the London Advisory Committee.
The first Listed Building Heritage Partnership Agreement (LBHPA) in England has been signed between English Heritage, Maldon District Council and the Trustees of Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome, Purleigh, Near Maldon, Essex.
A rare First World War structure, built to warn communities of Zeppelin attacks re-opens following £68,000 restoration
From Newcastle to Norwich, Westminster to the Wirral, six of England's most important war memorials given Grade I and II* listed status.
Former Western Morning News building is the youngest to be listed
Leeds' First White Cloth Hall Receives English Heritage Grant Positive Step Towards Securing Building's Future
Fifteen years on from the first Register, we have the most comprehensive view of the state of our heritage to date, but there's more to be done.
Taking part in heritage is good for our happiness and wellbeing, according to this year’s Heritage Counts report published today by English Heritage on behalf of England’s leading heritage organisations, the Historic Environment Forum.
Women who built Waterloo Bridge officially recognised in National Heritage List to mark National Women in Engineering Day
Find out who has been shortlisted in the 2015 Historic England Angel Awards and then vote for your favourite project.
Coming up! Read about some of the exciting projects Historic England will be doing in 2015.
Icon of 1970s British Skateboard scene, Rom Skatepark in Hornchurch, listed at Grade II. The first Skatepark to be listed in Europe, second in the world.
This 5 day residential course is designed to introduce the range of measured survey and photographic techniques currently available through both theoretical and practical instruction.
£1.1 million four year project will shed new light on day to day lives of our ancestors
Successor bodies to English Heritage set out programme for the years ahead.
New research shows English people recognise and protect the nationally significant sites in their area.
Two new exhibitions at Wellington Arch and Apsley House will this year mark the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo.
Historic England publishes new advice to help owners convert redundant traditional farm buildings.
Consent refused for development around Norton Folgate
Tower Hamlets are about to decide whether or not to give consent to development proposals for the area around Norton Folgate, a street just east of the City of London, close to Shoreditch and within the Elder Street conservation area.
The work of leading modern architects is celebrated today with the listing of 14 of the finest post-war office buildings in England.
Nation asked to throw new light on England’s lesbian gay bisexual transgender and queer heritage.
Rare 350 year old gun carriage recovered from the London shipwreck
Historic England Franklin Expedition
Heritage Minister minded to approve COI for Robin Hood Gardens
Research reveals exciting remains but £120,000 is needed to complete the project
Government will introduce new legislation to ratify the Hague Convention
War memorials listed to mark the Gallipoli Campaign centenary
Report outlines how best to programme and manage major works, alongside on-going conservation repairs at the Palace of Westminster.
Andrew Lloyd Webber joined by Culture Secretary Sajid Javid to hail local people who save their heritage.
English Heritage and Cotswold Archaeology to excavate the 'London' and Southend-on-Sea Borough Council's Museums Service to display the ship's finds.
Illegal off-roading by 4x4 vehicles on one of England's most special places, the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), has caused substantial damage to the historic landscape at the Charterhouse lead works in Blackmoor Reserve, near Blagdon, Somerset.
Shortlist Announced for English Heritage Angel Awards - Vote for Your Favourite!
English Heritage's Annual Report and Accounts 2013/14 was laid before Parliament yesterday.
A five day course introducing the disciplines of investigation and field surveying will be run by Historic England from Monday 20 April to Friday 24 April 2015 at the University of Warwick.
A five day course introducing the disciplines of investigation and field surveying will be run by English Heritage from Monday 28 April to Friday 2 May 2014 at the University of Warwick.
The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (ERR) Act 2013 has introduced a number of changes to the legal framework protecting heritage in England.
Bournemouth War Memorial, situated in the registered Bournemouth Pleasure Gardens, has been listed at Grade II* as part of an English Heritage scheme to list up to 500 war memorials a year over the next five years to mark the centenary of the First World War. The English Heritage scheme has the backing of Culture Secretary Maria Miller, who leads for the Government on First World War commemorations.
English Heritage is asking the public to help "tag" a vast on-line archive of aerial photographs known as Britain from Above with sites, ruins and remains that show the impact of the First World War on British soil.
From cathedrals to private houses, printing works to art galleries, English Heritage exhibition comes to Sheffield and tells the story of post-war architecture in England.
Motorways, bypasses, garages, petrol pumps, traffic lights and roundabouts - a new exhibition at Wellington Arch
Five structures listed at Grade II tell city’s unique sporting stories.
A series of deserted and shrunken medieval villages in Northamptonshire have been designated as scheduled monuments by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, on the advice of English Heritage.
Help find forgotten history of the First World War!
English Heritage opens first submarine dive trail.
With just 2 weeks to go until the applications deadline for the 2014 Angel Awards, we're pleased to announce that Emma Bridgewater has agreed to be a judge this year.
Compton Cemetery, which lies on a dramatic hillside site near Guildford in Surrey, designed by Mary Watts, a Victorian artist and designer best known for her work in ceramics, has today been added to the Register of Parks and Gardens at Grade II* by English Heritage. This will give it protection in the planning system.
English Heritage in partnership with VisitEngland which recognises the role that England's heritage plays in supporting the tourism industry.
Andrew Lloyd Webber on the look out for Heritage Heroes, Apprentices and Trainees.
Launch of book that tells the story of Blackpool from the middle of the 18th century, when the town first began attracting visitors, up to now, when a Masterplan to revive Blackpool's fortunes is in full swing.
English Heritage and National Association for Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (NAAONB) have renewed their commitment to work together to promote the conservation, understanding, and public enjoyment of heritage in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
English Heritage Reveals South East Heritage at Risk Register 2014
Hnglish Heritage reveals South West Heritage at Risk register 2014
English Heritage reveals West Midlands Heritage at Risk Register 2014
English Heritage Reveals Yorkshire Heritage At Risk Register 2014
As part of the Festival of Archaeology, licensed divers and local volunteers gathered at Southend Pier in Essex to conserve and record artefacts that have been retrieved from one of England's most important 17th century shipwrecks, the London.
First World War Centenary Marked by Upgrading Listed Status of London War Memorials
Secretary of State for Culture Sajid Javid welcomes restoration works. Gilded finial is finishing touch and puts seal on future funding
Government Approval of Changes to English Heritage
As a supporting action of the National Heritage Protection Plan we have commissioned the Place Services team at Essex County Council, in partnership with the Construction Industry Research and Information Association (CIRIA), to prepare national guidance on Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) and the Historic Environment.
A consultation on the National Heritage Protection Plan gives everyone an opportunity to say what matters in the historic environment and what is in danger of being lost.
The war memorial in the centre of Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, by noted female sculptor Kathleen Scott, wife of polar explorer Captain Scott, has been listed at Grade II. Its listing is part of an English Heritage project to see up to 500 war memorials a year given the protection of listed status over the next five years in honour of the First World War centenary. The project has the backing of Culture Secretary, Maria Miller, who leads for the Government on First World War commemorations.
Delivery driver Roy Wood (52) pleads guilty to using a metal detector to steal a roman gold coin valued at £200.
Future Safe for Severndroog Castle, Tobacco Dock and 39 more
A Lincolnshire abbey with some of the finest medieval sculpture to survive anywhere in the country, is amongst the vulnerable historic gems added to Heritage at Risk Register for East Midlands, English Heritage announced today.
More Than 50 Historic Sites Across North West Rescued
£88.5 million investment to help it stand alone.
Only around one in five English adults (19%) plan to celebrate St George's Day this year, a survey by English Heritage has revealed.
English Heritage launches 5th Underwater Dive Trail off Lundy Island in the South West of England
One of English Heritage's most ambitious restoration projects in the East of England is now complete with the conservation of the impressive medieval gatehouse at Pentney Priory in Norfolk. The imposing, three story, 14th century gatehouse is the only surviving monastic building from the once powerful and prestigious priory. Thanks to funding and expert advice from English Heritage its future is now secure.
The Phoenix caisson, a rare and poignant reminder of the Mulberry 'floating' Harbour which played a major role in the success of the D-Day landings in June 1944, has been scheduled by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport on the advice of English Heritage. It has been added to the National Heritage List for England as an Ancient Scheduled Monument.
Grade II listed Chorley Flying Railway Arches saved from demolition in a collaboration between English Heritage and Network Rail.
The consultancy firm Pye Tait is to undertake a survey to evaluate the role, impact and value of Research Frameworks for the historic environment sector in England. This online survey covers all aspects of the historic environment and is aimed at both those who do not currently use Research Frameworks, and those who do.
Culture Secretary Sajid Javid today (Thursday 15 May, 2014) announced the appointment of seven new Commissioners of English Heritage.
The Government announced in its Autumn Statement that it will be investing in a new 2.9km tunnel to remove the A303 from the Stonehenge landscape.
Chairman of English Heritage from 1992-2000.
We are delighted that the Court of Appeal has upheld the previous decision of the High Court to quash a Planning Inspector's approval of a wind turbine development close to Lyveden New Bield.
The Leeman Road District war memorial in Salisbury Rd, York has been listed at Grade II as part of an English Heritage scheme to list up to 500 war memorials a year over the next five years to mark the centenary of the First World War.