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listed building

a building which has been designated by English Heritage or one of the other UK bodies as being of special architectural or historical interest. The rights of an owner to deal with the property are restricted depending on the importance of the listing.
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It adds: "The development brings together a beautiful grade II listed building, that will become part of a fabulous mixed-use scheme including: apartments, offices and retail space.
The application for listed building consent was made by Michael Bartlett at 18 Nicholas Street.
The old Coed Parc Library site involved two planning applications: one for listed building consent to convert the old building into two homes and one for the entire 15 home development.
RECYCLELOGO_ North Lanarkshire Council's traffic transportation department had that the application be on the grounds of insufficient parking - but planners ruled that it should "be assessed in the context of saving and GEN_ re-using this important town-centre listed building.
However, instead of the application going before the council's planning committee, officers considered it under delegated authority, refusing the full application but approving the listed building consent in August 2017.
It could also cost more to get a listed building repaired or extended, because you might need to use particular methods or materials.
| Lincoln Properties Ltd, demolition of existing agricultural building and construction of two-storey agricultural building (within the curtilage of a Listed Building) New Close Barn, Wickens Lane, Holmfirth.
You don't require listed building consent to alter locally listed properties, but if you make an application for planning permission, the local listing is likely to be taken into account by the council.
Altering, demolishing or extending a listed building without consent is a criminal oence and can result in a prison sentence and large ne, as well as other costs.
4 Before making any changes to a listed building, consult your local council's conservation department, even work that seems minor may require consent.