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From Thursday 5 November the Government has announced a month-long lockdown across the whole of England. From Thursday the new national lockdown rules will replace the current tier 2 high alert measures across the county. Stay safe – do it for Derbyshire.

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Historic buildings and monuments

We are the custodian for about 300 listed buildings, unlisted historic buildings in conservation areas, scheduled ancient monuments and other structures of archaeological importance.


Leawood Pumphouse with smoke coming from chimney

Historic properties in our care include ancient roads, footpaths and bridges, schools, milestones and sign-posts, historic lamp standards, offices, libraries, engine houses and other structures from our industrial past.

Some of our more interesting and historically significant buildings and monuments can be found at these countryside sites:

Buxton Crescent

One of the largest historic properties we own - jointly with High Peak Borough Council-  is Buxton Crescent.

This Grade I listed building, which had been vacant for 25 years, is among the most architecturally significant in the country and is set to re-open as an 80-bedroom thermal spa hotel this year - the only one of its kind in the North of England.

Find out more about the redevelopment of Buxton Crescent.

Contact us

Paul Warren
email: paul.warren@derbyshire.gov.uk
Tel: 01629 539803

Adam Lathbury
email: adam.lathbury@derbyshire.gov.uk
Tel: 01629 539791

Alex Gilbert
email: alex.gilbert@derbyshire.gov.uk
Tel: 01629 539795