Buildings of local architectural or historic interest contribute to the character of the conservation area in which they are located. They are locally listed by Norwich City Council although they are not on the statutory list of buildings of special architectural or historic interest considered to be of national importance (ie Grade I, II* and II). The locally listed status of the building will be a material consideration in determining any planning application relating to it.
Click on the links below to view the buildings of local interest within each conservation area:
1. City centre (345 Kb pdf)2. Bracondale (69 Kb pdf)3. Newmarket Road (131.87 Kb pdf)4. Heigham Grove (202 Kb pdf)5. Thorpe (12.9 Kb pdf)6. Sewell (23.1 Kb pdf)7. Eaton (10.p Kb pdf)8. Trowse Millgate (14.4 Kb pdf)9. Earlham (14.1 Kb pdf)10Lakenham (15.3 Kb pdf)11Bowthorpe (18.7 Kb pdf)12Mile Cross (15 Kb pdf)13Thorpe Hamlet (45.5 Kb pdf) 14Thorpe Ridge (70.6 Kb pdf)15Unthank and Christchurch (132 Kb pdf)16Hellesdon Village 928.9 Kb pdf)17St Matthews (51 Kb pdf)
Conservation areasHistoric buildingsListed buildingsCity walls surveyHistoric parks
Norwich City Council: City Hall, St. Peter's Street, Norwich NR2 1NH.