Conservation Areas, listed buildings and the World Heritage Site (Wrexham's Historic Environment)
Wrexham has a rich and diverse heritage that is evidenced in its wealth of historic buildings, landscapes, towns and archaeology that represent the historical development, growth and adaptation of the County Borough and the wider area over many centuries.
Wrexham County Borough Council as the Local Planning Authority, has the statutory duty to manage and protect the historic environment. Planning Services are committed to sustaining these valuable assets and can offer further information and advice on Wrexham’s historic Environment.
- Listed Buildings
- Conservation Areas
- Buildings at Risk
- Have Your Say
- Maintenance of Historic Buildings
- Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal World Heritage Site
- Wrexham Heritage Services
- Useful links
Historic Environment Newsletter
Each Year the Conservation team issue a newsletter aimed at owners of historic buildings and those interested in the historic environment to raise awareness of the County Borough’s distinct built heritage . The newsletters provide updates and summaries on interesting and inspiring projects, advises of any legislative changes and contains advice on possible sources of funding assistance.