Historic Buildings and Archaeology

Dartmoor is home to 2,750 listed buildings, 1,082 ancient scheduled monuments and 25 Conservation Areas recognised for their architectural and historic interest. There are also many historic buildings and features which are not statutorily designated, but can be of equal significance and worthy of conservation.

> Learn how to research your property's history

Listed Buildings

Listed Buildings are afforded statutory protection because of their architecture and/or historic interest. This protection includes the interior and the exterior and anything attached to the building, meaning that any alterations, both internal and external, may require consent.

> Find out if a building is listed

> Find out more about Dartmoor's Listed Buildings

Conservation Areas

Conservation Areas define parts of a settlement of particular historic interest and are an important consideration when considering development proposals.

> Find out if your property is in a Conservation Area

> Find out more about Dartmoor's Conservation Areas

Archaeology

Preserving physical remains of the past is an important function of the planning system. In areas of archaeological potential it may be necessary to carry out on-site investigation prior to construction works commencing.

> Find out if a monument or feature is scheduled

> Find out about Dartmoor's archaeology