Listed and locally important heritage assets
Listed buildings and monuments
The borough is home to almost 200 listed buildings. These building are protected because of their special architectural or historical importance.
You can search the Historic England's National Heritage List (NHLE) for an official and up-to-date register of protected historic buildings and sites in England included listed buildings.
Recent List Entries Notification
The Clock Tower Office Building, Bestwood (added 08/07/2020)
Calverton War Memorial (added 19/05/2020)
Local heritage list
Many buildings in Gedling Borough are of architectural or historic importance, but not all meet the national criteria to become ‘listed’ buildings. The Council has a NDHA list - June 2021 which identifies locally important heritage assets. The significance of these assets will be considered in detail and taken into account when a planning application is submitted.
The local heritage list is regularly reviewed by the Council as there may be other local heritage assets which we do not currently know about and you are invited to nominate buildings that you think should be added to the local heritage list.
To nominate a building to the local heritage list, please first read the Selection Criteria Non Designated Heritage Assets: Selection Criteria (January 2019). You should then complete the Nomination Form and return it to us along with any supporting documents.
All nominations will be considered. We will consider nominated assets against the selection methodology and consult with the property owners inviting views on its heritage value and suitability for inclusion in the local heritage list.
Gedling heritage strategy
The Gedling Heritage Strategy sets out the Council’s approach to heritage and identifies a number of high level actions. More information on the Gedling Heritage Strategy can be found here.