The buildings of North Watford are probably the most enduring link the the past of the area, and are certainly the most tangible. While people and businesses may come and go, often the buildings remain, although ownership and use may change.
Watford Borough Council maintains a list of local buildings of interest. Although this doesn't form a statutory listing, it does mean that applications for changes to these buildings are considered in the context of their heritage value. Primarily, this list serves to identify buildings that are substantially unaltered from their original appearance and those that have many of their original features.
This page gives an index of buildings that have been researched by North Watford History Group, and have articles available, together with links to the articles.
Christ Church had one the street shrines erected to honour those who had fallen during the first world war.
Imposing modernist building on St Albans Road. This site was formerly the home to Wells Brewery and Hille furniture company.
Parkgate School has recently celebrated its centenary; this article looks at the school's earlier days through a selection a selection of entries taken from the school log book.