Chichester District contains over 3,000 listed buildings, which have been individually surveyed and listed as being of special architectural or historic interest.
Listed buildings in Chichester District include properties from grand country houses such as Goodwood House and Uppark; parish churches like those at Cocking and Westbourne; to bridges like that at Stopham. Many listed buildings are in everyday residential and commercial use.
If you want to find out whether your building is listed visit the English Heritage website. This will allow you to search through a database of listed buildings. If you are still unsure whether a building is listed or not contact the Development Control department at Chichester District Council. We hold the 'Greenbacks' which are the books that contain all the listed building descriptions for the district as well as having access to a number of databases and original maps. Anyone can have access to the 'Greenbacks', these are held at Planning reception.