Works to a listed building or in a conservation area
Listed Buildings/Conservation Areas
You must apply for Listed Building consent if;
- you want to knock down all or part of a listed building;
- you want to alter or extend a listed building in a way that would affect its character;
Note: Alterations to the interior of a listed building are covered by this type of consent.
You must apply for Conservation Area consent if;
- You want to knock down a building (depending on its size), or wall or other means of enclosure that is not listed, but is in a Conservation Area and would have required planning permission to construct.
- You also need to apply if you are planning on doing works to tees in a conservation area.
Pages in Planning Information
- Planning overview
- Do I need planning permission?
- Prior approval for householder extensions from 30 May 2013
- Extensions or outbuildings at your house
- Extending, altering or adding solar panels to your roof
- Inserting a window to your house
- Chimneys and flues, maintenance of your house
- You are here: Works to a listed building or in a conservation area
- Works to trees covered by a Tree Preservation Order
- Advertisement consent
- Listed building consent
- Conservation areas
- Planning decision notices
- Planning enforcement
- Planning appeals