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Heritage at Risk in Stoke-on-Trent 2021

Historic England's Heritage at Risk (HAR) programme helps understand the overall state of England's historic sites. The programme identifies those sites that are most at risk of being lost as a result of neglect, decay or inappropriate development.

Every year Historic England updates the Heritage at Risk Register. The end result is a dynamic picture of the sites most at risk and most in need of safeguarding for the future. Below are the Stoke-ot-Trent buildings and conservation areas currently appearing on the list (changes from 2020 in bold).

 

Building Name

Locality

Condition

Use

Priority

Chatterley Whitfield Colliery

Chatterley Valley

Very bad

Vacant

A

Pithead baths and canteen

Chatterley Valley

Very bad

Vacant

A

Price & Kensington Factory

Longport

Very bad

Part use

A

Church of St Mark

Hanley

Poor

Religion

C (from A)

Church of St John the Baptist

Burslem

Poor

Religion

C

Wedgwood Institute

Burslem

Poor

Part use

C

Bethesda Chapel

Hanley

Fair (from Poor)

Vacant

F

Sutherland Mausoleum­

Trentham

Fair

N/A

F

 

Conservation Area Name

Condition

Vulnerability

Trend

Stoke Town Centre

Very bad

Medium

No significant change

Newcastle Street Middleport

Poor

High

No significant change

Caldon Canal

Very bad

Medium

Improving

Longton Town Centre

Very bad

Medium

Improving

Trent & Mersey Canal

Very bad

Medium

Improving

 

Historic England report at: https://historicengland.org.uk/advice/heritage-at-risk/search-register/results/?searchType=HAR&search=Stoke-on-Trent

Explore the Map: https://englishheritage.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=5fced27775b44238beb524338e62e9d3