Local heritage assets are those that are not statutorily designated, such as Listed Buildings which are designated by English Heritage. These local heritage assets help build a sense of local identity and distinctiveness, a sense of history, place and belonging, and the designation of a site as a Local Heritage Asset is in itself a material consideration for planning decisions.
Assets may be added by nomination from a local heritage group, Parish Council or from interested members of the public. This is what ACCESS undertook in 2013,when after much research the following assets were sent to ADC to be considered on their Heritage List and added .(see Bold items). Many thanks to Bob Collier for compiling and photographing the assets and Mrs Pearson for use of her husbands book - "Annesley through the Ages"
c) "Ancient field boundary/Hedgerow" between Lords of the Manor, Annesley Woodhouse. Heritage number 912
d)"Hedges and Banked Hedges along Toll Road/Old Turnpike Road", Annesley Woodhouse to Selston. Heritage number 911
e)" Limestone quarries and Old Lime Kilns", land North & South of Toll Road/Turnpike from Annesley Woodhouse to Selston. Heritage No. 913
f)"6 Miners Cottages" built by "Annesley Miners Company", Nos 1-6, Newstead Road, Annesley. Heritage No. 916
g) Miners Cottages built by "Annesley Miners Company", Nos 7-24 Derby Road, Annesley Woodhouse
h) Annesley Rows, 160 Miners Cottages built by "Annesley Miners Company", Annesley
j)" Framesmiths Workshop", Salmon Lane, Annesley Woodhouse. Heritage No. 925
k)" Southfields" - "Tudor Lodge", Salmon Lane, Annesley Woodhouse. Heritage number 924
l)" Old Free School, "The Sycamores", Salmon Lane, Annesley Woodhouse. Heritage number 923.
m)" Site of Cobblers Workshop", Ashfield House, Forest Road, Annesley Woodhouse
n) "The Sycamores" Old Free School, , Salmon Lane, Annesley Woodhouse. Heritage No 923
o) "Forest House, Old Blacksmith, Wheelwrights and Carpenters", 106 Forest Road, Annesley Woodhouse. Heritage number 920
p) Retail outlets six 3 storey built houses "Green Cottages", Forest Road, Annesley Woodhouse. Heritage number 922
q) "The old Co-op" converted from 3 houses on Forest Road, Annesley Woodhouse. Heritage number 921.
r) Forest Tavern - Public house, Old Farmhouse, 1 of only 6 dwellings on Skegy Road (in 1851), Annesley Woodhouse. Heritage number 915
s) "Saint Johns" Church, Skegy Road, Annesley Woodhouse
t) "Cherry Tree Cottage", 58 Skegby Road, Annesley Woodhouse
u) "The Homestead", Skegby Road, Annesley Woodhouse
v) "The Baptist Chapel", Main Road, Kirkby Woodhouse
w) "The Old Granary" Willow Cottages, Forest Road, Annesley Woodhouse. Heritage number 919
Items without an Heritage link, were already on ADC Heritage list.