|Howard House, King Street
||Ferryboat Inn, King Street
|| Bishop Salmon's Porch, The Close|
Each year Norwich City Council produces a Buildings at risk register
. This includes scheduled monuments and listed buildings (of all grades) that are considered to be ‘at risk’ due to their poor condition and long-term empty status.
The production of the register helps the council to monitor the number of buildings in a poor condition in the city and we aim to work proactively with building owners to try and bring these buildings back into use or into a good state of repair. The register also helps to publicise those buildings in need of attention and in some cases helps them find a new owner who is willing to carry out the necessary repairs.
National heritage at risk register
English Heritage produce a national Heritage at risk register, which includes grade I and grade II* listed buildings, scheduled monuments, registered parks and gardens and conservation areas.
For further information on buildings at risk, please contact the conservation and design officers on 0344 980 3333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org