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The Council has prepared a list of heritage assets that are considered to be locally important and worthy of recognition in relevant planning decisions.  Locally listed assets might include traditional telephone boxes, historic village greens, war memorials, cob or stone walls, or indeed any building, monument, place or area with a locally significant heritage value that merits consideration when planning decisions are made.  Designated heritage assets such as listed buildings, conservation areas, scheduled monuments and registered parks and gardens are already recognised as heritage assets and have not been repeated on the local list. Most buildings within the 50 Conservation Areas within Mid Devon were also not included in the local list, as these buildings are already protected under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990.

View the Register of Heritage Assets

View the assessments for the heritage assets in the list:

· Central area - part 1 and part 2

· Eastern area - part 1 and part 2

· Western area

The Register of Heritage Assets is a working document and you are invited to submit further nominations for heritage assets in your area.  The register is intended to be an on-going project that will expand over time.  It is not an exhaustive list of all heritage assets in the district, but a list of those which are locally important to the communities of Mid Devon.

Submissions for new additions to the list should include an address or national grid reference for the asset, a location plan marking the extent of the site where appropriate, a photograph and any information you consider relevant. 

Comments on the list and nominations for new additions may be emailed to, or posted to:


Heritage Assets

Forward Planning & Conservation

Phoenix House

Phoenix Lane


EX16 6PP



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