Grades and works to buildings
- Grade I buildings are of exceptional interest, sometimes considered internationally important
- Grade II* buildings are particularly important buildings of more than special interest
- Grade II buildings are nationally important and of special interest
Structures near to listed buildings are sometimes classed as curtilage listed. This gives them the same protection as the main building. We can give further advice about and confirm if individual buildings are listed in this way.
If you're planning to do works to a listed or curtilage listed building, we'd recommend you apply for pre-application advice with a conservation officer first.
If you require written confirmation of completion of listed building works, you can make a request on our webpage.
Locally listed buildings
Maidstone also has locally listed buildings. These are buildings and structures of local interest, classed as non-designated heritage assets.
These buildings don't have the same protection as those listed on the Historic England website, but are considered when making decisions on any planning applications we get.
Details of all the locally listed buildings can be found on our locally listed buildings in Maidstone page.