The Secretary of State is required to compile lists of buildings of special architectural or historic interest for the guidance of local planning authorities.
The current list for Brentwood was approved on 9 December 1994, following a comprehensive resurvey of buildings in the Borough. There are 512 listed buildings within the Borough, consisting of:
- 12 buildings of Grade I (buildings of exceptional interest)
- 27 buildings of Grade II* (particularly important buildings of more than special interest)
- 473 buildings of Grade II (buildings of special interest, which warrant every effort being made to preserve them).
Search for a listed building
There will be constraints to consider if you are intending to undertake works to your property if it is Listed.
You can check whether your property is a Listed Building by using the Council's 'My Property' information service.
We can provide advice on listed building works through our pre-application service, details of which can be found on our Pre-application advice web page.
The search facility below allows you to search for listed buildings in Brentwood Borough by name, street, area or grade. Detailed information for all listed buildings and scheduled monuments can be viewed on the Historic England website by searching the National Heritage List for England. The Heritage List is the only official and up to date database of all nationally protected historic buildings and sites in England.