British Listed Buildings Online
Welcome to British Listed Buildings, an online database of buildings and structures that are listed as being of special architectural and historic interest.
As well as reading the official listing data for each building, you can also view the location on a map, and, where possible, see it in Google Streetview and Bing Birds Eye View. You can also add your own comments, information and photos and view comments and photos submitted by other users of the site.
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Recent Listed Building Comments
My sister was a nanny to the 2 children of the owners of Belmore from about 1960 onwards and I used to spend 2 weeks camping in the field opposite the house every year for about 4 years and prior to that for a couple years close to the owners [...]
David Clapham, 23 February 2015
The Beloe headstone has been refurbished a number of times, certainly in the 1930s, the 1990s and in 2012. The refurbishment of the 1990s introduced an error into the stone. Margaret Beloe year of death was misinterpreted as 1831, when the carving originally said 1851. This is evidenced by the [...]
Gareth Davies, 21 February 2015
This detached 2 storey and attic house with cellar was converted to 2 flats in the 1940's by the owner who owned and ran a joinrey firm behind the house - part of the buildings walls now form part of the rear and side boundary. Both flats came under [...]
John Durie, 18 February 2015
This building is on the at risk register English Heritage register ... There also seems to be a difference of opinion of address and the post code you have listed here on Britishlistedbuildings is incorrect. See http://risk.english-heritage.org.uk/register.aspx?id=82423&rt=1&pn=53&st=a&re=London&ctype=all&crit= Thanks
Stuart, 18 February 2015
Further to my earlier comments, I made a mistake re E.A.Fellowes Prynne. His christian names should read Edward Arthur not Edward Albert -sorry.
Peter williams, 16 February 2015
I visited the church recently and purchased the guide book.It contains the same errors as the Listing Text. I disagree that George Halford Fellowes Prynne designed the windows either side of the south porch.He was an architect. However, his brother, the artist Edward Albert Fellowes Prynne (1854 -1921) did design [...]
Peter Willams, 16 February 2015
i was in gryffe castle childrens home 1954 til 1957 then got fostered out to fsarmer in whitehills banffshire george smith
george smith, 16 February 2015
Seems to have gone
Jerry, 15 February 2015
Been replaced with modern clear sided kiosk.
Nick, 12 February 2015
For some of the history of the house see: Stanley Smith "Spiceland Quaker Training Centre" (York, Sessions, 1990). The house was used as a Hostel for wayfarers (run by George Seaver) then for training c.o. Relief Workers during WWII, and about 1945/46 as a Youth Hostel. It was then sold for £900.
Adrian Smith, 9 February 2015
We have just completed in the sale of wayborough manor, we lived in the beautiful house for 11 years. I can assure you Mr Pell in your old age your eyes and ears must be deceiving you as we did not ever put modern windows in this house????!!!!! You have [...]
Louise Wrightson, 8 February 2015
no longer there
Jerry, 7 February 2015