Register of locally important buildings and structures in Kidsgrove (Newcastle-under-Lyme)

kidsgrove_colliery_officeKidsgrove residents can nominate their favourite buildings to be registered by the Borough Council.

Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council is reviewing its local register and is asking residents to nominate their favourite buildings in the borough.

A building or structure on the register is considered to have heritage value and contribute to the character of the local area. Lists often include local landmarks and buildings which fall short of the criteria for statutory listing.

The council has adopted a supplementary planning document which sets out how the council will include assets on the register and how these assets will be considered as part of any planning application that affects it.

The council will aim to protect the character of a building which requires planning permission as far as possible.

For information on the process visit

Deadline for nominations is 31 August 2016

• Once all nominations have been received, the council will inspect the buildings and assess them.

• An up-to-date copy of the register will be posted on the council’s website.

• Every effort will be made to inform owners if their building meets the criteria to be included on the register.

• Please provide as much information about the building as possible to assist the council when assessing the nominations.

To view the current Register of locally important buildings and structures visit

Buildings must be nominated by using a nomination form.

Nominate online at

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