Listed Building Consent & Conservation Areas

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Buildings are 'Listed' because they are considered to be of special architectural or historic interest and as a result require special protection. Listing protects the whole building to which it relates, both inside and out, and often other buildings within its curtilage.

Conservation Areas are: ‘areas of special architectural or historic interest the character and appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance’ as defined in the Civic Amenities Act 1967.

Listed building consent is required for demolition of a listed building and for any works or alteration (internal or external) or extension which will affect the character of the building, whilst Conservation Area Consent is required for demolition of buildings located within a designated Conservation Area.

The planning team is able to provide specialist advice on the impact of development proposals on historic buildings and buildings of particular merit, including the refurbishment and alteration of listed buildings. We are also experienced in negotiating with English Heritage, local authorities and other interested parties in order to secure planning and listed building consent.
 

 

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Contact one of our planning team for further information on planning and development services:

01530 410824

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