Local Advice in East of England

The East of England region is one of two east territory regions and is the second largest of the nine English regions.  The English Heritage office for the region is in Cambridge and is a base for 81 staff from Planning & Development, Conservation & Protection and Properties & Education.  There are 48 English Heritage properties in the region.  In 2008/09 the staffed sites attracted over 300,000 visitors.

'Heritage Counts', East of England

Heritage Counts East of England 2009, a snapshot of heritage issues in the region, has been expanded to provide more information on the historic environment in the region and is available on the Heritage Counts website.  The new spreadsheets offer statistics from the region to the local authority level and give historic environment professionals and the public a useful analysis of the state of the historic environment.

Heritage at Risk East of England

The Heritage at Risk web pages provide up to date information on heritage assets at risk across the country.  There are 122 Grade I and II* and structural scheduled monuments at risk in the East of England, along with 221 scheduled monuments, 7 parks and gardens, and 27 conservation areas.  52 of the Grade I and II* and structural scheduled monuments at risk in 2009 were at risk in 1999.  You can find out which buildings have been on the register since 1999 and the successes by looking at the Heritage Counts spreadsheets.