These are the listed buildings in Yorkshire that will be affected by HS2

Plans for HS2 reveal the listed buildings that will be impacted by the development.

These are the listed buildings in Yorkshire that will be affected by HS2

These are the listed buildings in Yorkshire that will be destroyed or partially destroyed by HS2 according to environmental impact assessments.

The setting of the Grade II* listed Church of All Saints would be permanently affected, according to government reports.

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Construction would result in permanent adverse effects on the setting of two Grade II* listed buildings at Tower Works - the Boiler House Chimney and the Giotto Tower Dust Extraction Chimney.
Construction of the proposed scheme would permanently affect the setting of the Grade II listed Bilham Belvedere Summer House.
Construction would result in permanent adverse effects on the setting of two Grade II listed buildings - Victoria Bridge and Victoria Mills East and North East Ranges.
Construction of the scheme would permanently affect the setting of the Grade II listed Vissitt Manor.
Construction would also permanently affect the setting of the Old Stables at the site of Former Newland Hall.
Construction would also permanently affect the setting of the Farm Buildings to Former Newland Hall
Construction of the Proposed Scheme would permanently affect the setting of the Grade II* listed Huddleston Hall.
Construction would also permanently affect the Grade II* listed Gazebo approximately 100 metres north of Clumpcliffe Farmhouse.
Construction of the Proposed Scheme would involve the removal of a listed wall at the Grade II listed Barrowby Hall. Photo credit: Leodis
Construction of the scheme would permanently affect the Grade II* listed Nostell Priory registered park and garden.