We're pleased to let you know we've launched listed buildings as an optional CAD layer with OS Mastermap. Knowing where listed buildings are within a locality is critical for architects, surveyors and other professionals, as it can affect planning and construction. As with all the other optional layers, the listed building layer comes in DXF and DWG formats, so are compatible with the main CAD and GIS packages.

The data is based on the National Heritage List for England (NHLE) which is the only official, up to date, register of all listed buildings across England.

Search for the listed building optional extra here

Listed Building: shows a dot indicating the location of the listed building
Listed Building Date Amended Text: shows any date the entry was last amended
Listed Building Date Listed Text: when the building was listed
Listed Building Grade Text: shows the listing grade, for example II indicates a grade 2 building
Listed Building List Entry Text: the reference number used on the Historic England web site
Listed Building Location Text: the location of the listed building
Listed Building Name Text: the name of the listed building

For further details on each listed building please go to Historic England web site

Interested? Search for the listed building optional extra on Mapserve.


The listed building information is copyright © Historic England 2020.

Written by Tom Dawson