Historic England at Risk Register 2024: 23 Liverpool buildings and heritage places we could lose

The list includes 300-year-old halls, historic docks and iconic churches and synagogues across the region.

Historic England compiles an annual Heritage at Risk Register to document the critical health of some of England’s most historic landmarks. 

According to the Government body’s latest available data, there are 16 Liverpool buildings at risk of being lost and seven Conservation Areas. 

The list includes 300-year-old halls, iconic churches, historic docks and gardens from across the borough.

Charities, owners, local councils, and Historic England can work together to see historic places restored, re-used, and brought back to life through grants. 

These funding schemes help with emergency repairs to historic buildings and help protect the livelihoods of dedicated people who run and maintain the historically rich places.

Below are the 16 Liverpool buildings at risk of being lost in 2024, along with Historic England’s description of the buildings and repairs needed. 

The seven Conservation Areas not listed in detail below are: Hartley's Village, Derwent Square, Duke Street, Newsham Park, Ogden Close, Princes Road and Stanley Dock.

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