Chesterfield residents are being asked which of the town's buildings they would like to help preserve.
Chesterfield Borough Council are looking to name a number of "Heritage Assets" which will be protected and conserved.
Councillor Terry Gilby, Executive Member for Planning said: "Chesterfield has a number of distinctive buildings and structures that make a positive contribution to our sense of place and these should be officially recognised.
"We are aware of a number of such assets but local people will have their own views so we're keen for them to get involved and nominate what they consider to be a heritage asset so we can investigate further and if appropriate add to the list."
To make your nomination of what you consider is a Heritage Asset in Chesterfield click HERE
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