Our built heritage includes important historic buildings, ancient monuments and listed buildings as well as buildings in conservation areas, older buildings of traditional construction and any other built asset of note.
You may live in one of the six million homes of traditional construction, maybe a Georgian, Victorian or Edwardian terraced house. Or you may live in a conservation area or in a listed building. All these form part of our built heritage and are worthy of being cared for in the most appropriate way. Please see the Private clients’ guide below for further information.
You may be involved in property development or investment in the commercial, public, ecclesiastical or charitable sectors, or you may be a planner or other professional. If your work brings you into contact with built heritage assets, you will find further information in the Corporate clients’ guide below.