Gaddesby NDP

Policy ENV3 

Built Environment: Non-Designated Heritage Assets

 

The structures and buildings listed in this policy (and maps, figure 6.1 and 6.2 below) are identified as non-designated local heritage assets. They are important for their contribution to the layout and characteristic mix of architectural styles in the village, and their features and settings should be protected wherever practicable. The benefits of a development proposal, or of a change of use requiring planning approval, will be balanced against their significance as heritage assets.


Gaddesby

  • ​G1. MLE3776 Post-medieval watermill south-east of Bunbury Farm

  • G2. Herringbone walls, Chapel Lane

  • G3. Herringbone walls (Lawn Wall) and ha-ha

  • G4. Avenue of trees, opposite Chapel Lane

  • G5. Water pumps, Chapel Lane

  • G6. The Blue Stone, Cross Street/Chapel Lane

  • G7. Avenue of trees, Park Hill

Ashby Folville

 

  • A1. MLE17520 Post-medieval farmstead, 37, Folville Street

  • A2. Roadside trees, Ashby Folville

  • A3. Stone walls, Ashby Folville village centre


Barsby

 

  • B1. MLE3780 Medieval timber framed building, formerly White House Farm

  • B2. MLE22682 Cruck-framed barn, former White House Farm

  • B3. MLE16832 Methodist Chapel, Baggrave End

  • B4 Godson’s Folly, Church Lane

Figure 6.1 Local Heritage List: buildings and structures of local significance (non-designated heritage assets), Gaddesby
 
Figure 6.2 Local Heritage List: buildings and structures of local significance (non-designated heritage assets), Barsby and Ashby Folville