Welcome to the Louth Civic Trust interactive heritage map. The map has been developed to create an extensive archive of Louth architectural heritage. Please follow the link below the map to submit details of buildings, architectural features or historical information along with images. These will be added to the map once approved, this may take a few days.
LOUTH CONSERVATION AREA
The Louth Conservation Area was designated in October 1968 and was amongst the earliest in the country after Stamford which was the first. In September 1993 a review of the conservation area boundary resulted in some minor boundary modifications. The current conservation area covers the majority of the historic town, stretching from the foot of Hubbard’s Hills to the Riverhead. More information can be found here: https://www.e-lindsey.gov.uk/article/6142/Conservation-Areas
The accuracy of the Conservation Area boundary can not be guaranteed and some inaccuracies may occur.
LOUTH LISTED BUILDINGS
A map of listed buildings in Louth can be found on an interactive map hosted by Historic England. Click on the map below to be taken to Historic England’s map where you search for Louth