Each year we produce 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.
By collating information on historic buildings in a poor condition it is hoped that public awareness and involvement in their conservation will be increased.
We aim to work proactively with building owners to try and bring these buildings back into use or into a good state of repair.
National heritage at risk register
Historic England 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.
Historic England have also produced guidance for owners of vacant historic buildings.