Listed Buildings

Listed building roof repairsWhen purchasing a Traditional or Listed building, it is essential to obtain independent specialist advice from someone who understands traditional building techniques.

Surveying old buildings requires a completely different approach as many older buildings have defects which have run with them for many years, whilst others have been spoilt by inappropriate repairs in the past, or over-restoration. Informed sensible advice is therefore of the utmost importance.

The team at Saffron Walden Roofing Contractors has over 20 years experience in the listed building roofing industry. They are able to repair or install a brand new roof on any listed building in Saffron Walden and nearby areas including Bishops Stortford, Great Bardfield and Thaxted. Click here for listed building roof repairs.

Wherever you are in East Anglia, their team will be able to reach you no matter the circumstances.

  • Essex / Chelmsford / Saffron Walden
  • Cambridgeshire / Cambridge
  • Suffolk / Coddenham / Cavendish

Contact Details:

Telephone Number: 01799 218806
Email Address:
Office Address: Unit 7, Gibson House, 13 Market Hill, Saffron Walden, CB10 1HQ

Having a listed building means the special architecture and history of the property is celebrated. This will also mean that it is under consideration of the planning systems, so it is protected against further development.

There is more than one category for listed buildings. Carry on reading to find out more.

Grade I

These buildings are of exceptional interest. Did you know that only 2.5% of listed buildings are rated Grade I?

Grade II

These buildings are quite important buildings and are of special interest. 5.8% of Grade II properties are listed buildings.

Grade III

Grade III are of special interest. These are most likely grade of a listing for a homeowner and 91% of all listed buildings are Grade III.

For more information on the different levels of listed buildings – visit this website.