§ Mr. David Price
asked the Secretary of State for Wales how many buildings of special architectural or historic interest in Wales are currently classified as grade I and grade II, respectively, under the Town and Country Planning Act; how many of the grade II buildings are classified as grade II*; how many buildings are on the supplementary—grade III—list; and how many churches are classified as A and B, respectively.
§ Mr. Michael Roberts
The buildings listed as being of special architectural or historic interest in Wales are as follows:
Grade II* is a separate category which does not form part of the general grade II category.
- Grade I: 196
- Grade II: 7,224
- Grade II*: 452
The above categories include secular buildings and all religious buildings except those belonging to the Church in Wales and the Church of England. These are classified as follows:
- Grade A: 149
- Grade B: 447
The total number of buildings not statutorily listed but placed on the supplementary list as items of only local architectural or historic interest is 6,356.