Local List of Heritage Assets, 2022 Update

Ended on the 5 December 2022

Proposed additions to the Harborough District Council Local List of Non-Designated Heritage Assets - October 2022

A local heritage list is a way for local councils and communities to identify and celebrate historic buildings, archaeological sites and designed landscapes which enrich and enliven their area but would not be considered of national importance so would not merit statutory listing or scheduling. However, some may, in the future, be considered worthy of national listing.

The Local List is a list of heritage assets within the Harborough district that the Council has identified as worthy of protection because of their historic, architectural or archaeological interest. The first entries were adopted to the list in February 2022. To view the selection criteria and the existing entries please visit our website at Local List of Non-Designated Heritage Assets, 2022 | Harborough District Council. This is an evolving list to which nominations are welcomed. New additions are made on an annual basis.

This consultation is on 11 new additions to the list which are detailed below:

The Tower House, Main Street


Claybrooke School, Main Road

Claybrooke Parva

Former Station, Great Glen

Great Glen

Railway Bridge, Broughton Lane


Railway Bridge, Leire Road/Frolesworth Road


24-34 Lutterworth Road


Park House, Park Drive

Market Harborough

Former Magistrates Court, Doddridge Road

Market Harborough

Cemetery Chapels, Northampton Road Cemetery, Northampton Road

Market Harborough

Cemetery Lodge, Northampton Road Cemetery, Northampton Road

Market Harborough

Gate Piers to Former Bitteswell Hall


Recognising such assets through inclusion within a Local List of Non-Designated Heritage Assets does not bring any additional form of statutory protection or grant aid but it enables their significance to be better taken into account in planning applications affecting the asset or its setting. Properties included within the list will not incur any additional charges for planning applications. Properties included on the Local List are private properties and are not open to the public.

For instructions on how to use the system and make comments, please see our help guide.
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