Last Modified February 12, 2015
We maintain a list of Locally Important Buildings in Hertsmere, which includes over 300 buildings of local significance. Inclusion on the local list provides extra protection for buildings which are not on the national register of listed buildings.
The Council is proposing to update its list of Locally Important Buildings, and is now seeking the views of residents on the addition and removal of buildings from the list. All those who are affected will receive a letter through the post.
The cousultation period will run from Saturday 14 February to Saturday 14th March. Your views are welcomed and can be sent by email to email@example.com
or by post to the Civic Offices address at the bottom of the page.
You can see our updated list of Locally Important Buildings here.
Please note that revisions to the Local List Entry Numbers will be made following consultation as required.
or visit our offices (details below) or any libraries in the borough.
What are Locally Listed Buildings?
Locally listed buildings are important buildings or structures of historical, or architectural, interest to the local community. Although they may not be of sufficient merit to be designated as Grade I, II* or II buildings on the statutory list, they can still have an important role in defining the character and appearance of an area.
We define locally listed buildings as those that contribute to a streetscape or rural landscape, or that may be of interest because of an historic connection or some other local community significance.
Our list of Locally Important Buildings was developed in consultation with the public and heritage groups and contains 372 entries, comprising of a wide range of buildings, monuments and other structures, from a Sir Norman Foster designed house that was used in the film A Clockwork Orange (pictured top right) to a 19th century building that was originally used to house old Boreham Wood's National School (pictured above right).
The list identifies these buildings and structures so that they can be afforded extra protection through the planning process. This means that there will be a presumption against the demolition and redevelopment of buildings and structures on the list, and an additional basis for us to reject poorly designed or unsympathetic extensions and external alterations.
Although the List of Locally Important Buildings is now finalised, you can still nominate a building to be considered when the list is next reviewed. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to the Policy and Transport Team at the address below.