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.
You can browse for listed buildings by country, county and parish/locality:
Alternatively, you can use the search page to search for buildings by name/description text or by postcode.
Recent Listed Building Comments
I was a resident at The Priory in 1976. Back then it was a 'Working Boy's Hostel' run by the Probation Service, for naughty boys like me. I think there were about 12-15 of us staying there. It was always rumoured to have a tunnel leading to another house [...]
Stephen Thorpe, 7 September 2014
I'm rather surprised that English Heritage have made such an authoritatively thorough analysis of this property, yet made inexcusable glaring flaws in their assumptions. Apart from the property originally being a single farm, split into two labourers' cottages (which my father had restored to a single home) when a new [...]
Nigel Edwards Walker, 7 September 2014
The building is currently in the process of being demolished and the site cleared as of September 2014
Graham Smith, 4 September 2014
I worked in this glorious building in 1969/70, when it was part of Decca Records - it was the photographic studio and darkroom, where David Wedgbury and Jenny Edwards were the head photographers and I was an assistant. Many well known stars visited, including Mantovani, Tom Jones, the Rolling [...]
Nigel Bourne, 4 September 2014
Sorry the information I've just sent you was for Bank House, Dove Bank and not for Bank House, Church Street.
Jim Foley, 1 September 2014
The statue of Queen Victoria is not seated but standing.
J.J. Myers, 1 September 2014
Jerry, 31 August 2014
I think the marker is in the wrong place and am slightly confused which mill this is...
, 31 August 2014
Woodhouse Farm was built by the then Duke of Devonshire. Records relating to the house were sent to London for storage. Unfortunately the records were destroyed in the blitz. The house has been traced back to possibly 1760 or thereabouts.
dian gillies, 31 August 2014
My grandmother Eileen Salt is currently tracing back her roots and we have happened to come across Micah and many more members of the family who are buried in Buxton. Although my grandmother is from Buxton and lived there for many years she doesn't have allot of information about her [...]
Matthew Daniel Williams, 31 August 2014
The building is incorrectly titled, it should read Streatlam Tower. This was the residence of James Lord Bowes, in 1888 he became the first foreign born Imperial Japanese Consulate in Great Britain. It also housed in Victorian Liverpool the first Japanese Art Museum outside of Japan
David Owens, 30 August 2014
I think that there are errors relating top the listings for the Royal Bank of Scotland and the Bank of Scotland buildings in Haddington. The RBS building has 3 stories, but is listed as having 2, while the converse is true of the BOS building!
Bryan Attewell, 30 August 2014