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What's on the Register?

The Register includes buildings, places of worship, monuments, parks and gardens, conservation areas, battlefields and wreck sites that are listed and have been assessed and found to be at risk. Of all listed buildings across England we assess:

  • Grade I
  • Grade II*
  • Grade II listed places of worship across England
  • Grade II listed buildings in London

Grade II listed buildings outside London, other than places of worship, are not included.

  • Garrison Church of Saint George, Woolwich, London. Building at risk. View towards the altar.

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    Download a regional register for additional information about this year’s findings and what is being done to reduce risks in your area.

  • Detail of carved bracket at Hamsterley Hall, County Durham

    Selection Criteria

    What determines whether a site is included in the Register? Find out more about the criteria we use.

  • Interior of Trinity Methodist Church, Albert Road, Southsea, Portsmouth Hampshire

    Key to Terms and Abbreviations

    An explanation of the terms and abbreviations used in the Heritage at Risk Register.

  • Exterior of modern warehouse with field of golden grass in foreground.

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