The Council for British Archaeology’s Listed Buildings Caseworkers help safeguard the significance of war memorials across England and Wales.
The Council for British Archaeology (CBA) is an educational charity working throughout the UK to involve people in archaeology and to promote the appreciation and care of the historic environment. The CBA’s Listed Buildings Caseworkers for England and Wales play an ongoing role in safeguarding the significance of war memorials through our work as a National Amenity Society. As such we are a statutory notifyee of any works to listed buildings and structures, within the planning process. We use this opportunity to speak up for the appropriate conservation of structures like war memorials. During the four‐year anniversary of the First World War, the Council for British Archaeology ran the Home Front Legacy project, a community project providing an online toolkit for local people to record places associated with Britain’s 1914‐18 Home Front. This project was completed in 2018.Visit the Council for British Archaeology's website for more information.