Scalford NDP

Policy ENV4 

Built Environment: Non-Designated Heritage Assets

 

The structures and buildings listed in this policy (and mapped, figures 8.1-8.3, described in Appendix 9) 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 their significance as heritage assets.

1. Old mill race, Mill Holme, Scalford
2. Old Primitive Methodist chapel, King Street,
Scalford
3. Former Wesleyan chapel, South Street/New
Street, Scalford
4. Graves in burial ground of Methodist Chapel,
Scalford
5. Methodist Mission House, Wycomb
6. Village School, School Lane, Scalford
7. King’s Arms public house, Scalford
8. Old Plough Inn, Church Street/South Street,
Scalford
9. Old Black Horse Inn, King’s Street, Scalford
10. The Grange, King’s Street, Scalford
11. Allen’s, Old bakery, King’s Street, Scalford 
 

12. Clayfield Farm, King’s Street, Scalford
13. Old Post Office and Telegraph Office, Church
Street, Scalford
14. Church Farm, Church Street, Scalford
15. Church Cottage, Church Street, Scalford
16. Scalford spout (tapped village spring)
17. Scalford Hall
18. Sheep wash, Scalford
19. Manor House, Main Road, Wycomb
20. Crew Yard Barn, Pickard’s Lane, Wycomb
21. Stonepits Farm, Pickard’s Lane, Wycomb
22. Wyggeston Cottage, Main Road, Wycomb
23. Lower Farm barns, Main Road, Wycomb 

Figure 8.1: Local Heritage List: buildings and structures of local significance (non-designated heritage assets) in Scalford
 
Figure 8.2: Local Heritage List: buildings and structures of local significance (non-designated heritage assets): Scalford Hall
 
Figure 8.3: Local Heritage List: buildings and structures of local significance (non-designated heritage assets) in Wycomb