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25 locally listed buildings in Sutton Coldfield, including three pubs in the town

Here are all the buildings in Sutton Coldfield that are locally listed by the Birmingham Conservation and Heritage Panel

Sutton Coldfield or the Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield is known for its big open spaces. In 1528, the town received a charter of King Henry VIII giving it the right to be known as “The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield” and to be governed by a warden and society.

The historical town is also a natural and archeological hotbed giving experts clue into when it was established and about the natural world.

Sutton Park - a 2,400 acre National Nature Reserve located 6 miles north of the city centre - is one of the largest urban parks in Europe and is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It has also been designated as a Scheduled Ancient Monument.

And, that’s not the only site of historical interest in the town. There are many buildings that have been listed by the Secretary of State in the National Heritage List for England (NHLE) - which is the official register of all protected historic buildings and sites in England.

They have instead been locally listed by the Birmingham Conservation and Heritage Panel (BCHP). Previously, we looked at the top 14 areas in Birmingham with most locally listed buildings and the Birmingham city centre district’s locally listed buildings.

Now, here are 25 locally listed buildings in Sutton Coldfield:

Sutton Park - a 2,400 acre National Nature Reserve located 6 miles north of the city centre - is one of the largest urban parks in Europe and is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It has also been designated as a Scheduled Ancient Monument.

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