To find out if a building is listed, please go to the interactive heritage map, where you can view Salford's listed buildings on a map and access further information on each building.
A full list of Salford's 231 listed building entries can be downloaded at the bottom of the page.
Buildings are listed in their entirety, there is no such thing as just a listed facade or interior. Any object or structure fixed to a listed building is treated as part of the building. Also any object or structure included within the curtilage (the area of enclosed land associated with the use of a building, such as the garden of a house) of the building which, although not fixed to the building, forms part of the land and has done so since before 1 July 1948, is included in the listing.
From 26 June 2013, some new list entries or listed entries amended after that date may expressly exclude such curtilage buildings as well as certain attached structures or objects from protection. However to date, none of Salford's listed building entries have been affected by this change, so you should presume that the rules above apply when determining the extent of the listing.
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This page was last updated on 7 April 2016