Buildings at Risk
A building at risk is a listed building that causes concern
A building at risk is a listed building or structure which is:
- in a poor or worsening state
- at real threat of falling into disrepair
Problems can range from moderate to severe.
A building at risk may only need small repairs to preserve the building. These repairs may stop the loss or damage of historic fabric.
It could also have serious structural failure. Loss of fabric may stop the building from being watertight.
Empty buildings are at the largest risk of damage and decay. Buildings empty for a long time have the highest risk. These types of building cause real concern.
The Council identifies and holds buildings at risk information. We aim to help owners understand the problem(s) with their building. We can also suggest options for repairs.
If you are concerned about the condition of a listed building in Fenland please email firstname.lastname@example.org