Bassetlaw heritage mapping - Bassetlaw heritage mapping

The ‘Bassetlaw Heritage Mapping’ page provides geographic information on the District’s built heritage. The map facility shows all the District’s designated heritage assets (i.e. Listed Buildings, Conservation Areas, Scheduled Ancient Monuments and Registered Parks & Gardens), together with its non-designated heritage assets (i.e. local interest buildings and unregistered parks & gardens). In addition, the mapping contains the Ordnance Survey maps from 1886, 1898-1899 and 1918-1921 and also shows the District’s Tree Preservation Orders. You can add or remove layers from the map by simply clicking on the tabs immediately adjacent to the layer names. Clicking on individual assets on the map will bring up basic information on that asset.

For further details on individual heritage assets, please see the relevant text at the bottom of this page. Please note that for further information on sites of archaeological interest, you should consult the Historic Environment Record held and maintained by the Conservation Team at Nottinghamshire County Council.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, February 05, 2019

The ‘Bassetlaw Heritage Mapping’ page provides geographic information on the District’s built heritage. The map facility shows all the District’s designated heritage assets (i.e. Listed Buildings, Conservation Areas, Scheduled Ancient Monuments and Registered Parks & Gardens), together with its non-designated heritage assets (i.e. local interest buildings and unregistered parks & gardens). In addition, the mapping contains the Ordnance Survey maps from 1886, 1898-1899 and 1918-1921 and also shows the District’s Tree Preservation Orders. You can add or remove layers from the map by simply clicking on the tabs immediately adjacent to the layer names. Clicking on individual assets on the map will bring up basic information on that asset.

For further details on individual heritage assets, please see the relevant text at the bottom of this page. Please note that for further information on sites of archaeological interest, you should consult the Historic Environment Record held and maintained by the Conservation Team at Nottinghamshire County Council.

View this map in a separate window.

 

 


Last Updated on Tuesday, February 05, 2019

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