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  Date And Time  December 19, 2018, 10:25 am

Listed Buildings


What is listed building?

  • When carrying out internal works to a listed building, consent from the local planning authority will be required.
  • This application will allow the LPA to consider the impact the proposed works might have on the special character of the property and the internal / external fabric of the building.
  • A schedule of works / scope of works document will be required to determine the potential impact of the works proposed.
  • Where structured alterations are proposed as part of an application for listed building consent, a specialist structural report will be required to confirm the viability of the development. This report will go on to form part of the second stage application to building control for building regulation approval.

Who prepares listed building consent application?

  • Our team consist of many ex-local authority planners who have years of experience working with listed buildings. We are therefore best place to assist with all matters related to listed buildings.
  • Our in-house architects will work closely with you to prepare the required plans and elevations, guided by our experienced planning teams.
  • Our planning teams will look to liaise with your appointed contractors and engineers to prepare the necessary structural reports and scope of works statements for presentation to the local planning authority.

How much should a listed building planning consent?

Please note: permitted development rights only apply to houses and do not apply to flats, maisonettes or other buildings. you will need full planning permission for all works to a flat or maisonette. Read more.

Listed building planning consents - Example 01

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Listed building planning consents - Example 02

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