Grade I and II* Listed Buildings at Risk - Worcestershire Partnership
Listed Buildings at RiskIndicatorNumber of listed building graded I and II* which are at risk.StatusThe number of listed buildings at risk within Worcestershire is fairand improving (note that this indicator has yet to be updated. Anew historic environment indicator is expected to be published in autumn2011).OverviewEnglish Heritage publishes an annual national register of Buildings at Risk.This identifies listed buildings graded I and II* which are at risk for avariety of reasons. The buildings are graded in priority in relation to thenecessity for action, e.g. 'rapid deterioration with no solution agreed torepair', 'a scheme in progress but not yet implemented'.The vast majority of all listed buildings are Grade II and therefore notcovered by English Heritage’s list. Some District Councils have thereforeprepared and maintained their own local Buildings at Risk registers for allgrades of Listed Buildings.PerformanceAs at May 2009, the number of grade I and II* listed buildings identifiedas 'at risk' in Worcestershire was 15, down 1 from previous figures. Thisrepresents a 6 percent reduction. Nationally the reduction has been 3.2%.