Listed Building Consent Applications

By: Heritage Planning Design  13/03/2011
Keywords: planning, heritage, Planning Applications

 Most alterations to listed buildings will require Listed Building Consent, whether it be a satellite dish or a substantial extension.  HPD can prepare and submit applications on your behalf.  For minor alterations, such as changing windows, costs can be minimal.

Keywords: heritage, heritage statements, planning, Planning Applications, Planning Consultants, town planning

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