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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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APPROVED | |Mr Savage, listed building consent for change of use of adjoining barn with alterations to extend house accommodation, Sunnywood House, 18, Chandler Lane, Honley.
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.
What has transpired is that some people are being pursued over breaches of listed building regulations (some though the courts), while other buildings are being changed beyond redemption, without so much as a blink of a planning officer's eye.
4 BEFORE making any changes to a listed building, you should consult your local council's conservation officer, as work that seems minor may require consent.
The prominent listed building, in Donegall Square, is within the Linen Conservation Area meaning that it is within an area that played an important role when Belfast was the established linen capital of the world.
Altering, demolishing or extending a listed building without consent is a criminal offence and can result in a prison sentence and a large fine, as well as other costs, so it's not something you want to take a chance with.
A VILLAGE has saved its red phone box - by having it designated a listed building.
SUBMITTED | | Leonard Cheshire Disability, Listed Building Consent for internal alterations and installation of new extractor fans and air conditioning units (within a Conservation Area) Beechwood Cheshire Home, 8, Bryan Road, Edgerton.
Grade II Listed Building 2016/06956/PA 22 Clarendon Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B16 9SE.