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55 Whitehall
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) have refurbished their buildings in Whitehall to create high-quality modern office space.
Designation Type: Listed Building - Grade II* Monument Class: Institutional Ownership Type: Government Period: Edwardian Theme: Repair, Reconstruction & Restoration, Re-use, Sustainability Region: London
Abbey Farm Barn, Thetford
Precise tree-ring dating demonstrated that the timberwork in these barns at Thetford is pre-Dissolution in date, and so the surviving fabric directly relates to the adjoining Priory ruins.
Designation Type: Listed Building - Grade I, Scheduled Monument Monument Class: Agriculture and Subsistence Ownership Type: Private Period: Medieval, Post Medieval Theme: Assessment and Characterisation, Repair, Reconstruction & Restoration Region: East of England
Ambleside Methodist Church
Adaptive re-use of the former Methodist church has provided fifteen affordable homes.
Designation Type: Not Designated Monument Class: Religious, Ritual and Funerary Ownership Type: Housing Association Period: Victorian Theme: Design in Context, Regeneration, Re-use Region: North West
Anderton Boat Lift
The Anderton Boat Lift is a Victorian marvel of engineering. It has been restored and given a new use, thereby securing its future and providing economic and social benefits.
Designation Type: Scheduled Monument Monument Class: Industrial Ownership Type: Government, Trust Period: Victorian Theme: Repair, Reconstruction & Restoration, Research & Archives, Sustainability Region: North West
Aylesbury Vale District Council Highways Protocol
Designation Type: Conservation Area Monument Class: Civil Ownership Type: Local Authority Period: Uncertain Theme: Design in Context, Grants, Preservation and Maintenance Region: South East
Back Lane, Castle Acre, Norfolk
A sheltered housing development on the edge of the historic core of Castle Acre. The scheme employs materials that are characteristic of the area - flint and pantile with the flintwork being particularly well executed.
Designation Type: Conservation Area Monument Class: Domestic Ownership Type: Housing Association Period: Medieval Theme: Design in Context Region: East of England
Berwick-upon-Tweed
Designation Type: Conservation Area Monument Class: Agriculture and Subsistence, Civil, Commercial, Defence, Maritime, Transport Ownership Type: English Heritage Period: Elizabethan, Georgian, Hanoverian, Jacobean, Post Medieval, Stuart, Victorian Theme: Assessment and Characterisation Region: North East
Birmingham Jewellery Quarter
A Detailed HAA led to the consolidation of three separate conservation areas into a single conservation area encompassing the whole quarter. Subsequently a further 120 buildings in the quarter were statutorily listed as of special architectural and historical interest and in 2005 Birmingham City Council published (as Supplementary Planning Guidance) a design guide for the area. These measures were accompanied by the adoption of planning policies which have been successful in protecting the unique character of the quarter and its fragile manufacturing and craft base whilst permitting controlled new development on its periphery.
Designation Type: Conservation Area, Listed Building - Grade I, Listed Building - Grade II, Listed Building - Grade II* Monument Class: Commercial Ownership Type: English Heritage, Local Authority Period: Victorian Theme: Assessment and Characterisation Region: West Midlands
Blakeney Chapel SAM, North Norfolk
Full recording of Blakeney Chapel Scheduled Ancient Monument and surrounding areas was achieved in advance of the site’s inevitable destruction by coastal change. The archaeological mitigation strategy, undertaken in response to a coastal realignment plan, represents a successful collaboration between English Heritage, Norfolk Landscape Archaeology, the National Trust, the consultants Halcrow, and the Environment Agency. Research has provided new evidence and interpretation of the site and the ground-plan of the building will remain visible to the public for its residual life.
Designation Type: Scheduled Monument Monument Class: Religious, Ritual and Funerary Ownership Type: Trust Period: Bronze Age, Early 20th Century, Early Medieval, Medieval, Neolithic, Post Medieval, Prehistoric or Roman, Roman Theme: Assessment and Characterisation, Sustainability Region: East of England
Blanchland, Northumberland
An affordable housing scheme which includes the conversion of a range of farm buildings and an element of new build. Lying with the North Pennines AONB Blanchland is a small historic village containing a large number of listed buildings and the scheme is located within a conservation area.
Designation Type: Conservation Area, Listed Building - Grade I, Listed Building - Grade II, Listed Building - Grade II*, Scheduled Monument Monument Class: Domestic Ownership Type: Housing Association Period: Medieval Theme: Design in Context Region: North East
Cawood/Cawood Garth
English Heritage York office has worked with the residents of Cawood to help develop capacity within the community in order for them to take greater control of the management of the scheduled monument at the centre of the village. The early interest in the scheduled monument has generated additional activities around the village but has also resulted in improved access, interpretation and management on the garth. Other cultural activities include building recording, field-walking, oral history, an annual heritage festival, historical research into numerous periods and fruit tree/orchard surveys.
Designation Type: Conservation Area, Scheduled Monument Monument Class: Gardens, Parks and Urban Spaces, Recreational, Religious, Ritual and Funerary Ownership Type: Public Owned Period: Jacobean, Medieval, Post Medieval, Stuart, Tudor Theme: Display and Interpretation, Management Plans, Social Inclusion & Access Region: Yorkshire and the Humber
Clore Learning Centre
The Clore Learning Centre at Hampton Court Palace, which opened in March 2007, has been created by adapting the historic Guard House and part of the Barrack Block, complemented by a sensitively-designed new building, all facing a central courtyard.
Designation Type: Listed Building - Grade I, Scheduled Monument Monument Class: Education, Recreational Ownership Type: Charity Period: Stuart Theme: Design in Context, Education and Outreach, Repair, Reconstruction & Restoration, Social Inclusion & Access, Sustainability Region: London
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