Buildings at risk
Find out about listed buildings that are in a serious state of decay and dereliction in the district and report a building if you are concerned about its condition.
Listed buildings are of historic and architectural importance and part of the nation's unique heritage. As part of our policy to protect and enhance the heritage assets of the district we keep a register of listed buildings which we consider to be at risk.
The objective of the register is to highlight the plight of these buildings and initiate action towards securing their long-term conservation.
A building is at risk if it is in a serious state of:
- structural disrepair
Buildings at risk are assessed by using a check list of criteria produced by Historic England determined by the condition of a building and whether it is occupied.
Find if a building is at risk
Our buildings at risk register contains details of buildings in Uttlesford known to be 'at risk' through neglect and decay, or vulnerable to becoming so. The register includes the address of the property and the condition of the building.
This register also incorporates a list of heritage sites at risk in the district, as identified by Historic England.
You can also search for all buildings, monuments and other heritage assets at risk in England on the Heritage at Risk register on the Historic England website.
Summary of buildings at risk in Uttlesford
There are 21 buildings 'at risk' included on the register. Each list entry includes a full report on the relevant building.
How to report a 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 buildings at risk register, you can report it to us.
Find if a building is listed
Firstly you will need to check that the building is designed as formally listed by Historic England.
You can check if a building, group of buildings or other structure are listed by searching our constraints maps .
You can also search for all listed buildings and structures in England on the National Heritage List for England (NHLE).
Report the at risk building
You can either report a building or other structure to go on the register using our online forms or by contacting us directly.
Report a building at risk using our online form.
You can also report a building by writing to:
Uttlesford District Council
► What is the Heritage at Risk? Historic England's Heritage at Risk (HAR) programme helps us understand the overall state of England's historic sites.