Table D2

Table D2: Summary of Heritage Assets in Our Neighbourhood

World Heritage Site

Durham Cathedral and Castle

Registered battlefield

Battle of Neville’s Cross 1346

Registered park and garden

Burn Hall

Scheduled monument

Prebends Bridge

Chapel of St Mary Magdalene, A690

The Watergate, South Bailey

Framwellgate Bridge

Elvet Bridge

Kepier Hospital, by the River Wear down from the A690

Maiden’s Bower round cairn, Flass Vale

Maiden Castle promontory fort

Neville’s Cross, Crossgate Peth

Listed buildings/structures

458; 47 Grade I; 28 Grade II*, 383 Grade II (Note: these are not named here as there are so many)

Conservation areas

Durham City

Burn Hall

Shincliffe (adjacent to Our Neighbourhood)

Sunderland Bridge (adjacent to Our Neighbourhood)

Non-designated heritage assets

308 (see Appendix B, Table B1 for details)

Note: Registered and listed sites obtained from Historic England’s official database. Non-designated heritage assets as listed in the Durham City Conservation Area Appraisal report (Durham County Council, 2016b) This information is correct at the time of publishing, but designations and register entries can change, and further assets might be identified / listed in the future.

See also Table D1, Table D3, Table D4 and Transport context and facilities

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