Ancient Monuments are nationally important sites that are given legal protection by being placed on a list (known as the ‘Schedule’).
Designated areas to protect parts of towns and villages which have special architectural or historic character.
Conservation Areas can be reviewed with the aim to provide more detailed information about the designated area.
The District Council has a number of Heritage Rooms.
There are almost 1,000 buildings that are of national value because of their architectural or historical interest in the District.
NKDC Tree Officers manage over 5,000 trees Council owned trees throughout the district.
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