Listed Buildings

The register contains the following Grade I and II* listed buildings which are currently at risk.

View the glossary for an explanation of the specialised terms and meanings related to Status.


  • Building:
    North Mill, Bridgefoot, Belper
    District:
    Amber Valley
    Status:
    I
    Description:
    1803. Former cotton spinning mill. Iron-framed, brick skin and vaulting. Graduated slate roof (bitumen coated). Now in use as offices and visitor centre.
    Action Notes:
    Partially occupied. Attic and basement unused. Reslating of roof is now urgent; temporary repairs carried out 1997; brick parapet requires repointing and repairs to lead lined gutters; problems with regular flooding of basement. Temporary repairs have since been carried out again in 2011. Condition Survey/Conservation Plan completed. Scheme for whole site soon to be submitted.
  • Building:
    Belper Weir
    District:
    Amber Valley
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    18th century horseshoe weir and sluices.
    Action Notes:
    Tenanted to hydro-electric company using turbine house; some repair needed to weir walls. Diving inspection revealed need for minor repairs. Tenant currently considering improvement to operating mechanism. The weir is also to be included within the DerwentWISE Project scope to survey this as part of the study area.
  • Building:
    Dalley Farm, Ashbourne Road
    District:
    Amber Valley
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    Mid C19 model farm, developed by Strutt Estate. Stone and brick with tiled roofs. Unusual and rare survival.
    Action Notes:
    PART VACANT. Exemplary model farm of its period. House still occupied. Owners seeking new uses. Possibility of grant aid from English Heritage for structural repairs.
  • Building:
    Road footbridge, Bridgefoot, Belper
    District:
    Amber Valley
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    1795. Georgian footbridge linking former mills. Gritstone; slate.
    Action Notes:
    VACANT. Condition Survey/Conservation Plan nearing completion. Repairs to windows carried out. Electronic warning sign has now been installed to reduce the likelihood of collision. Bridge and approach re-signed in 1997.
  • Building:
    De Bradelei Mills, Chapel Street
    District:
    Amber Valley
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    Tall, 2 storey, gritstone, former mill building, now shops, Welsh slate roofs (part 'Turnerised')
    Action Notes:
    Building now in use and weathertight but needs programme of repairs, may be eligible for grant aid under PSiCA.
  • Building:
    Mill buildings at Walton Works, Off Walton Field Road
    District:
    Chesterfield
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    Late C18 with later extensions and alterations. Former Cotton Mill. Coursed squared stone and red brick with slate, pantile and stone slate roofs.
    Action Notes:
    Continues to be vacant and in a poor condition. Planning and listed building consent applications submitted in Dec 2015 for restoration and conversion of the mill to ground floor retail and 26 apartments above (ref CHE/15/00832/FUL & CHE/15/00843/LBC). Decisions are pending.
  • Building:
    Darley Abbey Mills (South Complex) Long Mill, East Mill and West Mill, Old Lane, Darley Abbey, Derby
    District:
    Derby
    Status:
    I
    Description:
    Former manufacturing cotton textiles factory built by the Evans family of Darley Abbey. Long Mill, of five storeys and attic, rebuilt and enlarged following fire damage in 1788. West Mill added c1819-21.
    Action Notes:
    Long Mill in partial use as offices and West Mill fully occupied by Wedding venue. The exterior of both buildings exhibit signs of decay including the need for roof repairs, significant loss of render to upper storeys (Long Mill), cavernous stone decay, localised evidence of faulty rainwater goods leading to water ingress. PP and LBC obtained for repairs and minor high level alterations.
  • Building:
    St Mary's Bridge, Bridge Gate, Derby
    District:
    Derby
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    C18 stone bridge of 3 arches, divided by buttresses each with a small pedimented niche.
    Action Notes:
    General condition - poor. In need of investigation.
  • Building:
    Allestree Hall, Allestree Park
    District:
    Derby
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    House C.1802. Ashlar, ground floor windows with Ionic columns.
    Action Notes:
    Essential repair works carried out but future use uncertain. Options appraisal and viability study is currently being carried out (2015). PART VACANT (Rear used as Golf Club).
  • Building:
    Darley Abbey Mills (North Complex) North Mill, engine house, boiler house, Old Lane, Darley Abbey, Derby
    District:
    Derby
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    Former manufacturing cotton textile factory built by the Evans family of Darley Abbey. North Mill, thought to date from the mid 1820s, is a three-storey brick building with attic.
    Action Notes:
    Occupied/in use. In need of repair with works to roof, extensive decay of parapets indicating leaking gutters. Spalling to brickwork at high level.
  • Building:
    Darley Abbey Mills (North Complex) preparation building, cottage, workshop and cart sheds, Old Lane, Darley Abbey, Derby
    District:
    Derby
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    Known as the proto-fireproof building, this range forms the northernmost part of the former manufacturing cotton textile factory built by the Evans family of Darley Abbey. Dating from c1790.
    Action Notes:
    Occupied/in use. The L shaped brick range is in poor condition with water ingress through roof, poor guttering, eroded brickwork and bowed east gable.
  • Building:
    Grace Cottage, Building 36 Cromford Mill, Mill Lane, Cromford
    District:
    Derbyshire Dales
    Status:
    I
    Description:
    1780 2 storey, part brick, part rendered brick, under tiled roof. Occupied cottages.
    Action Notes:
    In fair condition but in need of non-urgent external repairs to brickwork and rendering. Monitor. 2016 No change.
  • Building:
    Aqueduct to Cromford Mill, Mill Road, Cromford
    District:
    Derbyshire Dales
    Status:
    I
    Description:
    Cast-iron aqueduct dated 1821. Spans Mill Road from Building 17.
    Action Notes:
    Accidental damage to aqueduct 2002. Whole structure broken and pier supports damaged. Still awaiting re-instatement. Approval (PP/LBC) granted for re-instatement, with time limit (now lapsed 2013). Discussions continuing with owners. 2016 No change.
  • Building:
    Arkwright Mills, Building No 18, Mill Road, Cromford
    District:
    Derbyshire Dales
    Status:
    I
    Description:
    1771, Arkwright's first mill, 3 storey (formerly 5), coursed gritstone, asbestos roof on steel trusses. Structurally secure after major works to east end. Internally gutted with C20 alterations but with surviving historic features within and below the ground floor.
    Action Notes:
    Now structurally secure but vacant. Planned for possible museum space in Arkwright Society masterplan. Partial interpretation in conjunction with Building 17. Some stonework repairs undertaken during 2011/12. 2016 space now is part of the interpretation facility associated with Building 17.
  • Building:
    Saw Mill, Park Lane, Osmaston Park
    District:
    Derbyshire Dales
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    C1845. Limestone with stone slate roof. Ornate Swiss style. Waterwheel attached.
    Action Notes:
    General deterioration to fabric. Building in use by Osmaston Estate. EH grant approved and implemented for roof 2013. May 2015 Building now wind and watertight.
  • Building:
    Haarlem Mill, Derby Road
    District:
    Derbyshire Dales
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    C18 and C19. Red brick. Welsh slate roof.
    Action Notes:
    New owner (2011). Archaeological Report carried out (2012) on all buildings and features of the site. Repair works are ongoing, including re-roofing (Spring/summer 2014). Masterplan for wider site established. May 2015 Applications for change of use and alterations still awaited. 2016 Roof repairs carried out in 2015. Building now wind and water tight. Application for conversion to offices etc approved in 2015 - works on site not yet commenced.
  • Building:
    Stydd Hall, Stydd Lane
    District:
    Derbyshire Dales
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    C17 Tower House with early Victorian alterations.
    Action Notes:
    May 2015 Roof works benefitted from HE grant and were carried out in 2014. Listed building consent for some internal works granted and implemented in 2014.
  • Building:
    Lowerstreet Farmhouse, Lower Street, Doveridge
    District:
    Derbyshire Dales
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    Farmhouse. C16 with mid C18 rear wing forming 'T' shape. Timber framed, plastered infill panels. Clay tile roofs and brick stacks.
    Action Notes:
    Some repair works undertaken 2008-9. Timber framed gable end (west) has been repaired (2009) and infill panels repainted. Scaffold in place possibly associated with roof repairs (2012). Occupied. Monitor. May 2016 no change.
  • Building:
    Granary Barn, Longford Hall
    District:
    Derbyshire Dales
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    Large barn, circa 1740. Red brick with stone dressings and crow-stepped gables. Clay tiled roofs.
    Action Notes:
    Some slipped, missing roof tiles. Minor decay to brickwork. Building in use by owner of working farm. 2016 No change.
  • Building:
    Longford Hall Farm, Stableblock and Coach House
    District:
    Derbyshire Dales
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    Stableblock C1760-65 by J Pickford. Red brick with stone dressings. Slate roofs. Whitehurst clock. Superb interior with Tuscan columns/vaulted ceilings to stable stalls.
    Action Notes:
    Included on 2003 National BAR Register. Unoccupied. 2010: Slow deterioration continuing. Holes in roof covering. Roof partly tarpaulined. Rainwater good ineffective. Some vegetation and shrub growth to damp areas. Broken windows (vandalism?) PP and LBC granted (sect 106) January 2007 extended to 2013 but lapsed in March 2013. No new applications made.
  • Building:
    Stydd Hall - attached wall, Stydd Lane
    District:
    Derbyshire Dales
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    High garden wall, probably C18, with brick face to the west side and stone face to the east side, topped by flat stone coping.
    Action Notes:
    May 2015 No works to date have been carried out to the attached wall. 2016 No change.
  • Building:
    Farm Buildings at Long Eaton Hall
    District:
    Erewash
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    Long Eaton Hall was built in 1779 for Henry Howitt, a "gentleman farmer". The architect was probably Joseph Pickford. The farm buildings appear contemporary. The east range contained stables and lofts, the north range a cow shed. The west range (originally a threshing barn) was converted to a motor garage in 1921.
    Action Notes:
    Building partly occupied. Windows are in need of attention. There are signs of effloresence and weathering to the brickwork. February 2011: Erewash Borough Council accepted a Feasibility Study report by Rodney Melville & Partners. The report considered that the property should be converted for B1(b) light industrial uses. 2016 - No works planned, although there is an intention to undertake external repairs to make weather tight within the next two years. Requires minor repairs, but no major risks. Future use still in question.
  • Building:
    The Crescent, Buxton
    District:
    High Peak
    Status:
    I
    Description:
    1780-90. Sandstone; Westmorland slate. Three/four storeys and attics formerly St Ann's Hotel, Library and Education Offices.
    Action Notes:
    Approval given and funding in place for comprehensive repair and refurbishment as a 4 star Spa hotel, new tourist information centre, visitor centre and small shops, in conjunction with the Pump Room and Natural Baths. The scheme is now fully funded and has all the statutory consents in place. The contract to refurbish the Pump Room is well underway and due to complete at the end of May. Some preparation work has started on the main contract (Crescent) which is anticipated to start shortly with a project completion in 2018.
  • Building:
    Stodhart Tunnel, Hayfield Road
    District:
    High Peak
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    Tramway tunnel entrance, 1796. Considered to be the oldest surviving rail-related tunnel in the world.
    Action Notes:
    Some stones are missing, repointing and vegetation removal is needed. Water is penetrating the tunnel roof and the attached walls are bowing due to tree roots. Concern is over its structural stability and requires immediate propping. Local Trust formed to take forward repairs. Trust has referred land ownership difficulties to the Lands Tribunal for resolution.
  • Building:
    Wharf Shed, Canal Basin, Whaley Bridge
    District:
    High Peak
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    1832. Coursed rubble sandstone warehouse straddling the canal.
    Action Notes:
    Canals and River Trust working with the local community to explore possible ideas for the future use of the building and increasing community use on an ad hoc basis. Canals and River trust have been undertaking routine maintenance on the building.
  • Building:
    Torr Vale Mill, New Mills
    District:
    High Peak
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    LC18 & C19. Large gritstone mill on River Goyt; Welsh slate roofs. One floor occupied by owners's business.
    Action Notes:
    The approvals to convert the small ancillary buildings on the site have now been completed. A current application to convert one of the floors to office use is currently being considered by the LPA.
  • Building:
    Building to the NE of the Hall, High Street, Dronfield
    District:
    North East Derbyshire
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    Storage building, formerly farm building. Late C17, but containing the substantial remains of a timber framed building, possibly the medieval hall
    Action Notes:
    Consents granted for mixed community uses. Grant applications pending. Trust's plans now progressing well.
  • Building:
    Swarkestone Bridge
    District:
    South Derbyshire
    Status:
    I
    Description:
    Bridge and causeway 3 quarters of a mile long. Bridge first referred to in 1204. Destroyed by floods 1795, and replaced 1795-7. 5 arches, ramped to centre.
    Action Notes:
    DCC have embarked on systematic repair.
  • Building:
    Parish Church of St George and St Mary, Church Street, Church Gresley, Swadlincote
    District:
    South Derbyshire
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    Largley C14th church, incorporating part of a C12th monastic church. The tower is C15th and the rest is C18th and C19th. There is a history of structural movement, including the stair turret, as the church lies to the north of a former colliery site. Monitoring has been undertaken since 2008, and has demonstrated that differential settlement may be occuring between the turret and tower.
    Action Notes:
    Grant offered in December 2012
  • Building:
    Former T G Greens factory, Church Gresley
    District:
    South Derbyshire
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    4 bottle kilns and associated factory buildings.
    Action Notes:
    Vacant since 2004. Ongoing vandalism. Lead stolen from roofs in 2007. SDDC has carried out appraisal of buildings. Urgent works under consideration. English Heritage withdrew the grant to the previous owner and the property has since been sold to a car breaking company. English Heritage has recently offered an 80% grant to underwrite the costs of urgent works in the event of costs not being recoupable from the new owners. Remains at extreme risk.
  • Building:
    Walls at Swarkestone Old Hall, Derby Road
    District:
    South Derbyshire
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    Stone and brick up to 10 feet high.
    Action Notes:
    Parts have been ruinous since first listed. Deterioration continues. Nov 2010 - site recently sold to sitting tenants, who are in consultation with Natural England about a possible High Level Stewardship scheme. This would include repair and consolidation of the walls.
  • Building:
    Coalbrookdale Footbridge, Egginton
    District:
    South Derbyshire
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    1812. Cast-iron curved bridge.
    Action Notes:
    Derelict. No public access at present. Supporting brick structure deteriorating.
  • Building:
    Elvaston Castle
    District:
    South Derbyshire
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    Mainly EC19 and C16 origins. Stone; slate roofs.
    Action Notes:
    Mostly vacant and under-used upper floors. New use under investigation as part of a comprehensive proposal for Elvaston Castle and Estate. Repair works for eastern range roofs scheduled to be carried out 2013-14 following release of £500K investment/ funding from Derbyshire County Council.
  • Building:
    Bladon Castle
    District:
    South Derbyshire
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    1795. Large red brick neo Gothic folly. Partly occupied as farmhouse.
    Action Notes:
    New uses would be difficult. Unoccupied part needs consoldiation as a ruin.
  • Building:
    Walton Hall & attached stable range & garden wall
    District:
    South Derbyshire
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    EC18. Small country house. Red brick. Three storeys. Two storey stables and coach house range.
    Action Notes:
    House now permanently occupied but top floors still underused. Up for sale 2013.
  • Building:
    Weston Hall, Weston-on-Trent
    District:
    South Derbyshire
    Status:
    II*
    Description:
    C17. Large red brick house forming one half of original design.
    Action Notes:
    Upper two floors derelict. Scheme for conversion to hotel in progress. Basement bars complete. No change in condition. Current application for amended hotel use on upper floors.