Buckinghamshire Local Heritage List Project

The old market
cross at Aylesbury
before its

  • Finding the local heritage that is important to YOU
    and making sure it is preserved

Click here to Find out what has been nominated so far in your area....

  • What we do:
  • Buckinghamshire has a large number of locally important heritage assets, which contribute positively to the local character and identoty of our county – and which are valued by local peoplew. These may be buildings, archaeological remains, parks and gardens or public works of art. They sometimes have little or not protection, and over time can be lost.
  • Adding these heritage assets to a Local Heritage List will ensure that their local importance is recognised, and taken into account during the planning process.
  • Buckinghamshire Council is one of 22 local authorities with funding from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government to develop an integrated Local Heritage List for the county.
  • We are keen to include heritage assets that are important to the people of Buckinghamshire. So we are asking members of the public to nominate candidate sites for the Bucks Local Heritage List, or to volunteer to help us assess and improve our records for sites on the List.
  • Our activities:
  • Staff are currently mostly working from home, with a mix of in-person and online events and training. The project website is online at Buclks Local Heritage List.
  • Enquiries:
  • Contact the Local Heritage List Project Officer, Planning and Environment, Buckinghamshire Council, Walton Street Offices, Aylesbury, HP20 1UY.
    Email localheritagelist@buckinghamshire.gov.uk
    Website Bucks Local Heritage List.
    You can register online to volunteer your help – or to nominate a building or site to be added to the List at Register your interest.

Thanks to Julia Wise at the Bucks Council Archaeology Service for providing content for this page.