Planning Application for a Listed Building

Listed building consent will be require if either of the following cases apply:

  • You want to demolish a listed building.

  • You want to alter or extend a listed building in a manner which would affect its character as a building of special      .       architectural or historical interest.

This applies to developments on a Grade I or Grade II listed building. It is a criminal offence to carry out work which needs listed building consent without obtaining it beforehand.

Listed buildings are classified into grades as follows:

  • Grade I - buildings of exceptional interest (approximately 2 per cent of all listed buildings)

  • Grade II* - particularly important and more than special interest (approximately four per cent)

  • Grade II - buildings of special interest, warranting every effort being made to preserve them (94 per cent)

Listed building consent may be granted subject to conditions with respect to:

  • preservation of particular features of the building, either as part of it or after it is removed

  • making good of any damage caused to the building by the works after work is completed

  • reconstruction of the building or any parts of it following the proposed works, using the

  • original materials as far as possible, and any alterations within the building as laid down in the conditions

Previous Client: Mr O'Sullivan

Apex CAD recently worked on a planning application for a planning application in the for a grade II listed building. Mr )'Sullivan wanted to add a new spa pool in the rear garden of the property. Apex CAD created all the required drawings an liaised with the local authority to gain listed building consent.