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Listed Buildings at Risk
Historic England maintains a register of buildings, places of worship, monuments, parks and gardens, conservation areas, battlefields and wreck sites that are listed and have been assessed and found to be at risk from neglect, decay or inappropriate development. Of the listed buildings across England, Historic England assess Grade I, Grade II*, Grade II listed places of worship, and Grade II listed buildings in London. Grade II listed buildings outside London, other than places of worship, are not included.
Within the Borough of Eastleigh there are currently no heritage assets identified as being at risk on the latest ‘Heritage at Risk-South East Register 2015’ (published by Historic England October 2015). The Heritage Risk Register is available at:
As the Heritage Risk Register does not include Grade II listed buildings (outside London, other than places of worship) the Borough Council considers whether those buildings are at risk as part of the Development Management process when we consider planning applications.
Within the borough there is one Grade II listed building which has been identified as being at risk; Peach House (a glasshouse for peach cultivation) situated in Church Road, Bishopstoke. It is at risk due to its fragile condition and instability of the supporting wall due to insufficient foundation.
If you have any questions or wish to raise concerns about Grade II buildings which you consider may be at risk please contact:
Eastleigh Borough Council,
Upper Market Street,
Tel: 023 8068 8000