Built heritage refers to all aspects of the man-made historic and built environment. It can be considered as any individual or group of buildings, structures or monuments which are associated with the architectural, archaeological, cultural, political, social, economic or military history of a particular area. Some examples of built heritage includes (but is not confined to): 18th and 19th century buildings within towns, vernacular and rural buildings, bridges and industrial structures, street furniture and 20th century defence structures such as pillboxes. Built heritage also includes archaeological monuments such as megalithic monuments and medieval castles.
Please contact the Heritage Officer at 053 9196453 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.