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Buildings at Risk Register

An updated report on the buildings at risk within the district has been published.

The register contains lists of historic buildings which are at risk from vacancy, under-use, neglect or structural disrepair.

Listed buildings are of historic and architectural importance and part of the nation's unique heritage. As part of its policy to protect and enhance the heritage assets of the District, the Council maintains a Register of Listed Buildings at Risk. The Buildings at Risk Register contains details of buildings known to be 'at risk' through neglect and decay, or vulnerable to becoming so.  The register indicates the address of the property in question and the condition of the building and is available for public inspection.
 

Buildings at Risk Register

The register for the Uttlesford District has been updated and is available below. This document also incorporates a list of heritage sites at risk in the district, as identified by Historic England.

pdf icon Buildings at Risk Register including Heritage at Risk in Uttlesford [1Mb]

You can also see a summary of all the buildings at risk and find the individual reports via the table below.
 

Summary of Buildings at Risk

Below is a list of the 21 buildings 'At Risk' included on the register. Each list entry includes a full report on the relevant building.

Parish
Building
Designation
Priority
Report

Chickney

Barn at Chickney Hall, Chickney

Grade II

C

pdf icon Read full report ► [243kb]

Chrishall

Barn at Red Cow Inn, High Street, Chrishall

Grade II

A

pdf icon Read full report ► [366kb]

Debden

Roothers Farm, Henham Road, Debden Green

Grade II

A

pdf icon Read full report ► [225kb]

Elmdon

Pigots, High Street, Elmdon

Grade II*

C

pdf icon Read full report ► [355kb]

Elsenham

Barn approximately 90 metres North West of Home Farmhouse, Gaunts End, Elsenham

Grade II

A

pdf icon Read full report ► [329kb]

Great Dunmow

31 The Downs, Great Dunmow

Grade II

D

pdf icon Read full report ► [362kb]

Great Dunmow

Gatehouse to Easton Lodge, Stortford Rd, Gt. Dunmow

Grade II

A

pdf icon Read full report ► [313kb]

Great Dunmow

Bigods, Bigods Lane, Gt. Dunmow

Grade II

A

pdf icon Read full report ► [348kb]

Great Dunmow

Summer House, South west of Bigods, Bigods Lane, Gt. Dunmow

Grade II

C

pdf icon Read full report ► [347kb]

Great Sampford

Goddards Farmhouse, Tindon End, Great Sampford

Grade II

A

pdf icon Read full report ► [214kb]

Newport

Pendean, High Street, Newport

Grade II

C

pdf icon Read full report ► [258kb]

Saffron Walden

2 Bridge Street, Saffron Walden

Grade II

C

pdf icon Read full report ► [219kb]

Saffron Walden

10-12 Bridge Street, Saffron Walden

Grade II

C

pdf icon Read full report ► [224kb]

Saffron Walden

31 Castle Street, Saffron Walden

Grade II

D

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Saffron Walden

4 High Street, Saffron Walden

Grade II

A

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Saffron Walden

12, Market Hill, Saffron Walden

Grade II*

A

pdf icon Read full report ► [354kb]

Saffron Walden

Gas Works, 2 Thaxted Road, Saffron Walden 

Grade II

C

pdf icon Read full report ► [288kb]

Stansted Mountfitchet

Three Colts Inn, 86, Cambridge Road, Stansted Mountfitchet

Grade II

A

pdf icon Read full report ► [372kb]

Tilty

Tilty Mill, Tilty

Grade II*

A

pdf icon Read full report ► [446kb]

Wenden Lofts

Church of St Dunstan, Wenden Lofts

Grade II

A

pdf icon Read full report ► [322kb]

Wendens Ambo

1 Silver Row, Mutlow Hill, Wendens Ambo

Grade II

C

pdf icon Read full report ► [231kb]

 

Reporting a potential listed building at risk

If you believe that a listed building within the Uttlesford district is currently at risk and does not appear on the Listed Buildings at Risk Register, please report it to us. Firstly you will need to check that your building is designed as formally listed by Historic England. You do this by checking our online mapping or by searching the national List.

You can report a building or other structure to go on the register by using either our online nomination form, or by writing to:  

The Conservation Officer
Uttlesford District Council
London Road
Saffron Walden
CB11 4ER

Email: conservation@uttlesford.gov.uk

 


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