Listed building consent


If you own a Listed Building, it is likely that there will be more planning regulations that you have to navigate in order to obtain permission for your project. Because of their more complex nature, these projects benefit from high level of experience, professionalism and knowledge that Get Planning and Architecture offers, as well as the combined input of skilled Architects and Planning consultants.

If you are planning on making any alterations that will change the appearance of a Listed Building (including internal appearance), you must apply for a type of planning permission called 'Listed Building Consent.' This is administered by your local planning authority and is in addition to other planning regulations that apply to all properties. The LBC application should also be accompanied with a Heritage Statement.

The service that Get Planning and Architecture offers is a collaboration between highly qualified Architects and Planning Consultants. This allows Listed Building owners to benefit from innovative high quality designs, which preserve your property's historic character whilst enhancing its design, as well as robust and thoroughly prepared planning documents.

Get Planning and Architecture also work in other designated areas including:
• The Green Belt
• Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty
• Buildings of Townscape Merit

To get a quote, or an expert opinion on how to proceed with your proposals for your Listed Building, please call us on 020 8770 3962 or send us a message using the contact us link at the top of this page. This advice will be given free of charge and with no obligation.

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