Crystal Palace and Upper Norwood has an amazing rich and diverse heritage. On this interactive map (click here), you can explore Nationally listed assets (by Historic England) and Locally Listed (by each of the 5 boroughs) marked with Blue and Yellow Icons. Shown too are the many commemorative plaques (eg famous people or historic boundary markers) shown as small coloured dots. Also included are many of our conservation management areas too.
To access the map click here.
- Blue Pins are Nationally listed by Heritage England (for Grade I, Grade II* and Grade II)
- Yellow Pins: are ‘Locally Listed‘ (by one of the five Local Authorities that meet at Crystal Palace),
- Dots: are Blue Plaques, Green Plaques and other Plaques (shown in grey, and include boundary markers). Web links to their source listing/info pages.
- Areas – are the local Conservation Areas in Crystal Palace. Also show are the multiple Local Boroughs areas (and their boundaries) that all meet at Crystal Palace.
Bob Marley and the Wailers – played their largest UK concert and final London show here, 7th June 1980. Concert Bowl, Crystal Palace Park, Concert Bowl (nearest post code SE26 6UT). Unveiling 15th October 2020. Click here for details.
Crystal Palace Park – Cast-iron column from the Crystal Palace (Grade II) Crystal Palace Park – Southern Water Tower (Grade II)
The Crystal Palace Concert Bowl has been added as Asset of Community Value by Bromley.
Norwood Pauper Burials Commemoration, Community Plaque, All Saints Churchyard, Beulah Hill, SE19. Plaque commemorating the 889 pauper children from Mr Aubin’s School at Upper Norwood, buried in the churchyard, 4th January 2020.
MARGARET LOCKWOOD 1916-1990 Actress lived here blue plaque erected 2018. 14 Highland Road, Upper Norwood, London, SE19 1DP
Please help, and make your suggestions for what’s missing! Have you spotted a boundary marker or plaque, or other listed feature not on the map? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to add others listed/plaques heritage features onto the map (attaching a photo and location details). The area has many local heritage and ‘Friends of’ groups, and local reference libraries to help discover the area. More detailed information to be provided soon. e.g Norwood Society (click here). All the heritage mapping data is being created in standard format to allow sharing with other other groups/uses.
Any questions or suggestions? Contact cpneighbours on email@example.com