Historic England at Risk Register 2023: the 20 Birmingham buildings at risk of being lost
Here are the Birmingham buildings at risk of being lost in 2023 according to the Historic England at Risk Register
Historic England has released its Heritage at Risk Register for 2023.
The register is a summary of the critical health of some of England’s most historic landmarks. Used as a part of the UK Government’s official statistics, the register highlights cultural assets which are at risk through neglect, decay or development which is inappropriate for the area according to Heritage England.
Grade one listed buildings and registered parks and gardens are covered by the register, in addition to scheduled monuments, historic battlefields, protected wreck sites and conservation areas which are considered to be at risk. Grade two listed buildings of religious significance are also included in the register which began in the mid 1980s.
There are 20 Birmingham buildings at risk of being lost this year. They can be found in the city centre and across out of town neighbourhoods and include a former libray, stately home and places of worship.
Charities, owners, local councils, and Historic England have also worked together to see historic places restored, re-used, and brought back to life. These are the 20 Birmingham buildings at risk of being lost in 2023, along with Historic England’s description of the buildings and repairs needed.