See also the Introduction

Record exactly how to find your site and whether it is recorded or protected.

* Essential fields are marked with a red asterisk.

NGR : 

Online : use the mapping tools at the top of the form to select a map and position it under the crosshairs and zoom into your site or structure as closely as you can. Select the From map button to enter the grid reference.
On location aware device : the locate me arrow tool will position the crosshairs near your site.

Site name

Enter the official name for the site or ‘unknown’ if you are unsure. Example: St Michael’s, Newtown, Berkshire, RG79 8DX

Other names

Enter any other local terms by which the site is known or leave blank. Example: Locally known as the grave of the ‘Fighter Pilot’

Related sites

Enter the names of any related sites and NGRs if known, separated by commas or leave blank.


Enter the site’s position in its locality and road, or in the landscape. Example: the drill hall is located mid-way along the southern side of the street close to a postbox.

Current parish/borough/community/townland 

Look up on current Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 maps or OS Map Finder


Enter if known


Enter reference numbers if your site is included in a local Historic Environment Record or Sites and Monuments Record in England and Scotland or Archwilio in Wales.


Enter reference numbers if your site is included in a National Monument Record in Scotland (Canmore), Northern Ireland (NISMR), Wales (Coflein) or England (Pastscape).


Use the dropdown to indicate if the site is currently protected or select none.