Exterior view onto Georgian Royal York Crescent, Clifton, Bristol.
    • Royal York Crescent, Clifton, Bristol. Grade II* listed.
      © Historic England (K991336).

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The List

The National Heritage List for England (NHLE) is the only official and up-to-date database of all nationally designated heritage assets, including:

  • Listed buildings
  • Scheduled monuments
  • Protected wreck sites
  • Registered parks and gardens
  • Registered battlefields
  • World Heritage Sites
  • Applications for Certificates of Immunity (COIs)
  • Current Building Preservation Notices (BPNs)

World Heritage Sites are recorded on the List, but these sites are inscribed separately by UNESCO.

Here you can search the list, or scroll down to find out more about amending or reviewing list entries and how to download data or view records for sites which aren't on the List.

View of the patterned ceiling at Church of St Paul the Apostle, Broadwalk, Salford.
    • Ceiling of the Church of St Paul the Apostle, Broadwalk, Salford. Grade II listed.
      © Historic England DP100899.

  • General view of five round barrows at Ashen Hill, Priddy, Wells, Somerset.

    Minor Amendments

    Find out how you can have an entry amended on the National Heritage List for England (NHLE).

  • View of Scarborough

    Review Process for the Heritage List

    Here you can request a review of a listing or scheduling decision.

  • General view of landscape from summit of Hardknott Pass, Cumbria.

    Download Designation Data

    Here you can find GIS datasets available to download from the National Heritage List for England (NHLE).

  • Image of colourful beach huts in Frinton-on-Sea.

    Non-Listed Sites

    You can now view records for historic places which have been de-designated or where a decision has been made to not designate a site.