A Scheduled Ancient Monuments an archaeological site or historic building that is recognised as being of national importance, and is therefore given protection against unauthorised change.
The protection given to scheduled monuments is given under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979.
Scheduled Ancient Monuments are some of the most important features in the Borough and are selected by the Secretary of State. They are nationally important archaeological features and are composed of buildings, earthworks and isolated structures. A list of all the Scheduled Ancient Monuments in the Borough is displayed below.
Scheduled Monument Consent is permission from the Secretary of State and is needed before works of any type are carried out on the site.
|Scheduled Ancient Monument||Dudley Council Reference||English Heritage Monument Number|
|Dudley Castle, Dudley||12249||21613|
|St Mary's Abbey, Halesowen||12801||21568|
|Triangular Crane, Bumble Hole Netherton||2010||2010|
|St James's Priory, Dudley||999||35114|
|Wychbury Camp, Pedmore||2707||WM7|
|Medieval Settlement, Cooper's Bank Farm, Dudley||7644||30015|
|Cross, St John the Baptist Churchyard, Halesowen||12803||30034|
|Cross, St Mary's Churchyard, The Village||1033||30037|
|Coalmining remains, Saltwells Wood, Brierley Hill||12093||35119|
|The Redhouse, Whitehouse and Newhouse Glassworks, High Street, Wordsley||12533||35119|
|Castle Hill & Wrens Nest: Lime Industry||12291||35127|