Listed building data

You must provide one dataset for listed buildings.

Format

You can provide data in one of these formats:

  • CSV
  • GeoJSON
  • GML
  • Geopackage

For more information, see how to provide your data.

Listed buildings dataset

This dataset is about buildings listed on the National Heritage List for England because of their historical or architectural importance.

The dataset must contain at least one entry (row) for each listed building.

It must containing the following fields (columns):

reference

A reference or ID for each listed building that is:

  • unique within your dataset
  • permanent - it doesn't change when the dataset is updated

If you don't use a reference already, you will need to create one. It can be the Historic England reference used in the register of listed buildings, or a short set of letters or numbers.

Example: LB1

name

The name of the listed building, as listed in the register of listed buildings.

Example: 10 and 12, Lower Clapton Road E5

geometry

The outline of the listed building as a single polygon or multipolygon value. Points must be in the WGS84 coordinate reference system.

This should be in GeoJSON format.

Example: MULTIPOLYGON (((1.188829 51.23478,1.188376 51.234909,1.188381 51.234917,1.187912 51.235022...

listed-building

The Historic England listed building reference for the listed building. This is recorded in the register of listed buildings as "List Entry Number".

Example: 1480524

listed-building-grade

The Historic England listed-building-grade value for the listed building: I, II or II*.

notes

Optional text on how this data was made or produced, or how it can be interpreted.

start-date

The date from which the building was listed, written in YYYY-MM-DD format.

Example: 1984-03-28

end-date

If applicable, the date from which the building was no longer listed, written in YYYY-MM-DD format. If it's still listed, leave the cell blank.

Example: 1999-01-20

entry-date

The date this dataset was created or last updated, written in YYYY-MM-DD format.

Example: 2022-12-20


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