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Listed buildings in England

England within the United Kingdom

This is an as yet incomplete list of listed buildings in England, which are the majority of the listed buildings of the United Kingdom.

The organisation of the lists in this series is on the same basis as the statutory register. County names are those used in the register, broadly based on the ceremonial counties and not always matching the current administrative areas.

Grade I listed buildings in England

At the end of 2010 there were approximately 374,081 listed buildings in England and 2.5% of these are categorized as Grade I.[1]

There are Grade I listed buildings in each of the following forty-seven counties:

County Number
of Sites
1 Grade I listed buildings in Bedfordshire 114
2 Grade I listed buildings in Berkshire 85
3 Grade I listed buildings in Bristol 53
4 Grade I listed buildings in Buckinghamshire 166
5 Grade I listed buildings in Cambridgeshire 304
6 Grade I listed buildings in Cheshire 142
7 Grade I listed buildings in Cornwall 224[note 1]
8 Grade I listed buildings in Cumbria 186
9 Grade I listed buildings in Derbyshire 148
10 Grade I listed buildings in Devon 427[note 1]
11 Grade I listed buildings in Dorset 264
12 Grade I listed buildings in Durham 121
13 Grade I listed buildings in the East Riding of Yorkshire 109
14 Grade I listed buildings in East Sussex 150
15 Grade I listed buildings in Essex 287
16 Grade I listed buildings in Gloucestershire 308[note 2]
17 Grade I listed buildings in London 589
18 Grade I listed buildings in Greater Manchester 47
19 Grade I listed buildings in Hampshire 208
20 Grade I listed buildings in Herefordshire 127
21 Grade I listed buildings in Hertfordshire 108
22 Grade I listed buildings in Isle of Wight 29
23 Grade I listed buildings in Kent 435
24 Grade I listed buildings in Lancashire 73
25 Grade I listed buildings in Leicestershire 93
26 Grade I listed buildings in Lincolnshire 440
27 Grade I listed buildings in Merseyside 38
28 Grade I listed buildings in Norfolk 540
29 Grade I listed buildings in North Yorkshire 364
30 Grade I listed buildings in Northamptonshire 195
31 Grade I listed buildings in Northumberland 174
32 Grade I listed buildings in Nottinghamshire 147
33 Grade I listed buildings in Oxfordshire 381
34 Grade I listed buildings in Rutland 28
35 Grade I listed buildings in Shropshire 131
36 Grade I listed buildings in Somerset 478
37 Grade I listed buildings in South Yorkshire 62
38 Grade I listed buildings in Staffordshire 78
39 Grade I listed buildings in Suffolk 406
40 Grade I listed buildings in Surrey 103
41 Grade I listed buildings in Tyne and Wear 77
42 Grade I listed buildings in Warwickshire 112
43 Grade I listed buildings in the West Midlands 63
44 Grade I listed buildings in West Sussex 176
45 Grade I listed buildings in West Yorkshire 119
46 Grade I listed buildings in Wiltshire 295
47 Grade I listed buildings in Worcestershire 107
TOTAL Grade I listed buildings in England 9,310
See also
Notes
  1. ^ a b The Royal Albert Bridge spanning River Tamar between the counties of Cornwall and Devon is counted in both Cornwall and Devon.
  2. ^ Including the Old Wye Bridge that spans the River Wye between the counties of Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire in Wales.

Grade II* listed buildings in England

At the end of 2010 there were approximately 374,081 listed buildings entries in England and 5.5% of these are categorized as Grade II*.[1]

There are Grade II* listed buildings in each of the following forty-seven counties:

County Number
of Sites
1 Grade II* listed buildings in Bedfordshire 141
2 Grade II* listed buildings in Berkshire 252
3 Grade II* listed buildings in Bristol 212
4 Grade II* listed buildings in Buckinghamshire 357
5 Grade II* listed buildings in Cambridgeshire 488
6 Grade II* listed buildings in Cheshire 390
7 Grade II* listed buildings in Cornwall 586
8 Grade II* listed buildings in Cumbria 460
9 Grade II* listed buildings in Derbyshire 368
10 Grade II* listed buildings in Devon 1,237
11 Grade II* listed buildings in Dorset 508
12 Grade II* listed buildings in Durham 238
13 Grade II* listed buildings in the East Riding of Yorkshire 184
14 Grade II* listed buildings in East Sussex 347
15 Grade II* listed buildings in Essex 771
16 Grade II* listed buildings in Gloucestershire 820
17 Grade II* listed buildings in London 1,387
18 Grade II* listed buildings in Greater Manchester 236
19 Grade II* listed buildings in Hampshire 549
20 Grade II* listed buildings in Herefordshire 356
21 Grade II* listed buildings in Hertfordshire 472
22 Grade II* listed buildings in Isle of Wight 67
23 Grade II* listed buildings in Kent 971
24 Grade II* listed buildings in Lancashire 274
25 Grade II* listed buildings in Leicestershire 333
26 Grade II* listed buildings in Lincolnshire 583
27 Grade II* listed buildings in Merseyside 173
28 Grade II* listed buildings in Norfolk 839
29 Grade II* listed buildings in North Yorkshire 743
30 Grade II* listed buildings in Northamptonshire 368
31 Grade II* listed buildings in Northumberland 267
32 Grade II* listed buildings in Nottinghamshire 200
33 Grade II* listed buildings in Oxfordshire 694
34 Grade II* listed buildings in Rutland 71
35 Grade II* listed buildings in Shropshire 536
36 Grade II* listed buildings in Somerset 1,073
37 Grade II* listed buildings in South Yorkshire 165
38 Grade II* listed buildings in Staffordshire 361
39 Grade II* listed buildings in Suffolk 800
40 Grade II* listed buildings in Surrey 343
41 Grade II* listed buildings in Tyne and Wear 208
42 Grade II* listed buildings in Warwickshire 355
43 Grade II* listed buildings in the West Midlands 224
44 Grade II* listed buildings in West Sussex 299
45 Grade II* listed buildings in West Yorkshire 412
46 Grade II* listed buildings in Wiltshire 727
47 Grade II* listed buildings in Worcestershire 322
TOTAL Grade II* listed buildings in England 21,767
See also

Grade II listed buildings in England

Incomplete coverage is provided by the following local lists by county or locality:

Bristol

Cheshire

Cumbria

East Sussex

Hampshire

Lancashire

Merseyside

Liverpool

South Yorkshire

Staffordshire

West Midlands

West Sussex

West Yorkshire

Lists of listed buildings by function

Grade I listed churches by location

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b LISTED BUILDINGS at english-heritage.org.uk, accessed 4 January 2011

External links

  • The National Heritage List for England
  • Listed buildings by county in England at britishlistedbuildings.co.uk


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