Listed buildings in Chislehurst
Chislehurst has a large number of listed buildings or monuments. In 2112, there are 106 on the statutory list, and 309 on the local list.
The statutory list is of those buildings that have been placed on the list compiled by English Heritage, which is maintained by The Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport. They are categorised under three headings:
- Grade I,
- Grade II*, or
- Grade II.
Strict rules are applied to any proposals to modify such houses, with Grade I houses having the strictest rules.
The local list is of those buildings regarded by the planning department of the London Borough of Bromley as being of special architectural or historical importance. The planning department will pay particular attention to any proposals to develop or modify these buildings.
Bromley planning department reviews the lists from time to time, and this may result in additional buildings being placed on one or other of the lists. The Willett Memorial (right) featured on the most recently local listing in 2007.