Details of the statutorily and locally listed buildings can be found at the links shown below:
All buildings listed nationally can be found via the Heritage Gateway site:
- Locally-listed buildings in Ruislip are at this site:
WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES BEING LISTED MAKE?
Proposals for Listed Buildings legally require Listed Building Consent – for all internal and external works. Any planning proposals for listed buildings will require a higher standard of design, use of traditional materials, and any new features need to be complementary to the existing building. A Council conservation officer will work with the applicant to ensure that the plans, and implementation, respect the Listed Building.
Details of relevant current policies and guidance are available via the Hillingdon Council website at this link: