Landmark Status

An asset with strong communal or historical associations or because it has especially striking aesthetic value, may be singled out as a landmark within the local scene.  Suitable candidates for inclusion could be pubs, banks, civic, educational, and religious buildings where their design and siting create a distinctive focal point in the landscape or townscape.  They would normally be of a markedly different appearance to surrounding buildings.

Suitable assets for inclusion could be:

  • Candidates that positively contribute to the street scene, landscape, or locality by providing local distinctiveness and interest
  • Candidates associated with distinctive communal, commemorative, symbolic or spiritual significance
  • Candidates that relate to places perceived as a source of local identity, social interaction and coherence, valued by the wider community and contributing to collective memory of a place.

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