Group value

Where assets which meet the criteria and have a clear visual, design or historic association with one another the whole group will be included. 

Related or designed landscapes should also be considered in this criteria, particularly where these have direct associations and contribute to the setting of other assets.

Examples might include a contemporary pair of Iron Age hillforts, constructed within sight of one another; a group of Rothschild estate buildings; or a group of milestones along a particularly significant route.

Helpful Questions

  • Does the asset have a clear relationship in terms of association, style, form or function with other nearby assets?
  • Has the asset been constructed as part of a group of similar structures?
  • Does the asset contribute to a wider local, national, or international narrative?