Conservation and heritage assets

Registered parks and gardens

The Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest is maintained and updated by Historic England.

Entries on the register are graded I, II* and II. They're graded independently of any buildings within them.

The designation requires local authorities to consult Historic England for development affecting grade I and II* registered parks. It also requires local authorities to consult the Gardens Trust on all grades of parks and gardens. The effect of proposed development on a registered park or garden, or its setting, is also a material consideration in the determination of planning applications.

Find further information on the Historic England website


Where to find local registered parks and gardens

You can search the National Heritage List for England on the Historic England website.

There are currently two entries in Hillingdon:

  • Harefield Place - NHLE entry number 1001525
  • Stockley Park: Business park Phases I and II, and country park and golf course - NHLE entry number 1466074
Page last updated: 16 Dec 2020