Listed Buildings in Bannockburn

by Alasdair MacPherson March 2008

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Bannockburn House A Listed 

There are twenty six listed buildings in Bannockburn. The majority of the listed buildings are in Bannockburn’s Conservation area. Bannockburn’s Conservation Area starts at Main Street, goes down the Old Town Brae and ends at the top of The Path.

Here is the general criteria that Historic Scotland apply for buildings to qualify for listing:

  • All buildings before 1700 which survive in anything like their original condition
  • Most buildings between 1700 and 1840, though selection is necessary 
  • Buildings between 1840 and 1914 of definite quality and character (including principal works of principal architects)
  • Important post-war buildings more than thirty years old and selected buildings of high quality between 1914 and 1939

The majority of Bannockburn’s listed buildings are B listed. Historic Scotland state that their scheme for classifying buildings is:

Category A: “buildings of national or international importance, either architectural or historic, or fine little-altered examples of some particular period, style or building type”

Category B: “buildings of regional or more than local importance, or major examples of some particular period, style or building type which may have been altered”

Category C “buildings of local importance, lesser examples of any period, style or building type, as originally constructed or altered; and simple, traditional buildings which group well with others in categories A and B or are part of a planned group such as an estate or an industrial complex”

Below is a list of Bannockburn’s Listed Buildings. Click the links to view details on some of the most prominent buildings in Bannockburn.

Bannockburn House (A)

Bannockburn House Gate Piers (B)

Bannockburn House Doocot (B)

Main Street/New Road Bannockburn

1a Main Street (C)

James Wilson Academy, 33 Main Street (B)
42 -50 Main Street (B) 
The Old School House, Coal Wynd (B)
View Vale, 9 New Road (B)
 
The Brae Bannockburn
 
1-19 The Brae  (B)
 
Non Residential
 
Our Lady And St Ninian’s RC Church and Presbytery, Quakerfield (C)
Allan Church,Main Street (B)
Royal George Mill, New Road (B)
Rotunda, Memorial Cairn, Flagpole And Statue Of King Robert I (A)
 
There is only one Scheduled Monument in Bannockburn, Spittal’s Bridge (built by Robert Spittal) in the old town of Bannockburn.
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