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To find out if a building is listed, and at what grade, please contact Customer Services on 0117 922 3000.
There are nearly 4,500 listed buildings in Bristol, of which 100 are listed Grade I, 500 Grade II*. The remainder are Grade II.
- Grade I listed buildings in Bristol (pdf, 36 KB) (opens new window)
- Search the national listing on the English Heritage website. Please note that only national listings are shown and that Bristol is listed under 'City of Bristol' in the advanced search.
This is required for alterations and extensions to listed buildings. This applies to both the exterior and the interior of the building. Both attached structures and buildings and structures within the historic curtilage of a listed building are covered by the listing if constructed before July 1, 1948 and historically associated.
Carrying out unauthorised works to a Listed Building is a criminal offence.
You can get advice on the need for Listed Building Consent from the appropriate Area Planning Team, email email@example.com.
Apply for listed building consent
For more information contact us.
Register of Listed Buildings at Risk 2011 (pdf, 2.8 MB) (opens new window). This is updated every two years.
What are buildings at risk?
Listed buildings "at risk" are those in danger of being lost due to lack of use, under-use, disrepair, or dereliction. In Bristol approximately 100 buildings are identified as being at risk.
The range of listed buildings is highly varied and includes:
- Medieval houses.
- Georgian terraces.
- Victorian warehouses, and post-war structures.
The Grade I category buildings includes:
- The nationally recognised Clifton Suspension Bridge.
- Temple Meads Railway Station.
- Central Library
- Vanburgh's Kingsweston House.
Outside the centre of the city, listed buildings are to be found in village centres or within former historic estates and farms. Throughout the city listed buildings contribute to the distinctive character of local areas.