English Heritage names buildings and sites on its at-risk register

Denver Mill, Norfolk Credit: Kate Prout

Seventy-four buildings and sites in the East of England have been added to English Heritage's at-risk register in the last year. They include Denver Mill in Norfolk, Great Gransden Windmill in Cambridgshire and Stow Maries airfield in Essex.

But 65 sites have been repaired and removed from the list including Langham Dome in North Norfolk.

The Heritage at Risk Register 2014 reveals that in the East of England, 95 Grade I and II* buildings, 207 scheduled monuments, 115 places of worship, 6 registered parks and gardens and 39 conservation areas are at risk from neglect, decay or inappropriate change. Over the past year, 16 grade I and II* listed buildings and structures have been successfully removed in the region because their futures have been secured, but 6 have been added.

To find out if a building is listed, search the National Heritage List for England www.english-heritage.org.uk/list

To search the Heritage at Risk Register 2014, visit www.english-heritage.org.uk/risk