Listed building consent
You will need to apply for listed building consent if either of the following cases apply:
• you want to demolish a listed building
• you want to carry out works to either extend or alter the exterior or interior of a listed building and these works are likely to affect its character as a building of special architectural or historic interest
You may also need listed building consent for any works to buildings which are deemed to be curtilage listed buildings. These are separate structures built before 1948 for a purpose ancillary to that of the principal listed building, and in the same ownership at the date of listing.
If in any doubt as to whether consent is required for your intended works, you are advised to check the position carefully with our planning team, as it is a criminal offence to carry out work which needs listed building consent without obtaining it beforehand.
The following items are needed for all applications – there is no fee for this type of application
• Application form
• Location plan (scale 1:2500 or 1:1250) with site outlined in red
• Block plan (scale 1:500) or site plan (scale 1:200) – if the proposal will alter an existing building footprint or create a new building footprint
• Site levels (scale 1:200) – if the proposal will lead to a change in the level of the land
• Floor plans – existing and proposed (scale 1:50 or 1:100) – if the proposal will create, alter or add to a floor
• Elevation drawings – existing and proposed (scale 1:50 or 1:100) – if the proposal will create, alter or add to a building
• Cross section drawings through building – existing and proposed (scale 1:50 or 1:100) – if the proposal will create, alter or add to a building
• Cross section drawings – proposed (scale 1:2 or 1:5) of any new or replacement windows and doors and other architectural features
• Roof plans – existing and proposed (scale 1:50 or 1:100) – if the proposal will alter the roof
• Design and access statement – if the site is in a conservation area or the proposal affects a heritage asset
• Heritage Statement (including photographs and a schedule of works)
• Wildlife trigger list (and if required a wildlife report)
Further information about this type of application is available on the Planning Portal.