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Locally Listed Buildings in Dudley

In addition to the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest', Dudley Council itself compiles a “Local List” of buildings of historic or architectural significance that are considered to make a particular contribution to Local Distinctiveness.

The bulk of the Borough’ s historic buildings, including industrial archaeological remains, were built after 1840 and so will often not meet the national criteria necessary for inclusion on the statutory lists. This does not, however, diminish their importance in terms of the local historic character of the many different townships which make up Dudley Borough. The “Local List” which stands at over 400 items has, therefore, been compiled to provide a measure of protection to the most important of these historic buildings. 

The Local List for Dudley Borough was approved for adoption by Dudley Council's Development Control Committee on 12th December 1996.

Although controls are not as strict as those related to the statutory list the Council is committed  to resisting proposals to demolish or adversely alter Locally Listed Buildings. This policy is set out in the Unitary Development Plan - Policy HE5.

Dudley Council is currently undertaking a process to review the Local List to ensure that Dudley Council can respond positively to regeneration opportunities whilst respecting local historic assets of value and where feasible bringing them into beneficial use.

As a first step towards updating the 1996 Local List, Dudley Council have proposed updated local listing assessment criteria. These criteria were the subject of a public consultation exercise which ran from 15th May to 26th June 2015.


Representations received are currently being considered and will inform the final version of updated local assessment. Once  approved by Dudley Council, these updated assessment criteria will be used to assess the current locally listed buildings and structures in terms of their retention or removal from Dudley Council’s Local List.


Dudley Council will notify stakeholders once a final version of the revised Dudley’s Local List has been approved for adoption.

View the A to Z of current Locally Listed Buildings in Dudley

You can find out if a property you are interested in is locally listed by using the A-Z listing of the locally listed buildings in Dudley. To search, you can enter the name of the address into the keyword search box below, or search by district or SMR number. Alternatively click the show all link for information about the whole Borough.

If you cannot find the information that you are looking for, please contact us using the details below.

Further information on each of the buildings or structures on Dudley’s Local List can be found on the national Heritage Gateway website by entering the required street name or SMR number into the ‘quick search’ facility - and then scrolling down to ‘Local Records’, scrolling to and clicking on ‘Dudley Historic Environment Record’ and then selecting the required record. The Heritage Gateway website is available at Heritage Gateway

AddressDistrictSMR No
Abbey Road, Zoar ChapelLower Gornal4166
Abbey Street, 3; shopLower Gornal4154
Adelaide Street, 48Brierley Hill5090
Albion Street, 122; barnWall Heath7189
Albion Street, 16; shopWall Heath7191
Albion Street, 234, Albion HouseWall Heath7193
Albion Street; chapelBrierley Hill5097
Albion Street; iron & steel warehouseBrierley Hill2729
Alexandra Road, 125, The Button Factory...Belle Vale12540
Amblecote Road 25; terraced cottageAmblecote5132

Contact Details

  • Name Planning Help Desk
  • Address Development Management, Planning and Economic Development, Directorate of Place, 4 Ednam Road, Dudley, West Midlands, DY1 1HL
  • Telephone 01384 814136