Listed Buildings & Conservation Areas

Advising on consent for listed building developments and developments in conservation areas. 

Where a building is listed or part of a conservation area, additional planning protections will apply to help protect and preserve its special architectural or historical interest.

Generally, listed building consent must be obtained for any works that will affect the special character of a listed building - including demolition, alteration or extension.

It is therefore essential that you check whether listed building consent is needed where works to a listed building are being considered, particularly as criminal sanctions can apply where the necessary consents have not been properly obtained.

Our team is well versed in the issues affecting listed buildings, and can help with:

  • Applications for listed building consent
  • Enforcement issues relating to a listed building
  • Advising where a listed building is located on your development site

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