Southampton's sixty scheduled monuments include the town walls, numerous medieval vaults and cellars, the Tudor House Museum and the Roman remains at Bitterne Manor.
Any work which may affect a scheduled monument or its setting requires Scheduled Monument Consent from the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport. It is an offence to damage or cause damage to a scheduled monument, punishable by a heavy fine. This includes spraying graffiti, use of metal detectors, and physical damage to the structure.
Apply for Scheduled Monument Consent
For advice on ground and building works in the vicinity of scheduled monuments, and on obtaining Scheduled Monument Consent, contact email@example.com
The council owns most scheduled monuments in the city and is responsible for their upkeep and maintenance. For matters relating to scheduled monuments owned by the council, contact Andy Russel on 023 8063 4906, firstname.lastname@example.org
Historic England - Scheduled Monuments
MAGIC website (including a map of scheduled monuments)