Historic preservation certification

Historic preservation certification

The application form required for certified historic structure designation if the property is not itself listed in the National Register.
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For this reason, it is strongly recommended that the taxpayer engage the services of experienced and qualified professionals to walk the taxpayer through the Historic Preservation Certification Application process.
Herman asked the NPS to recognize his property as having historic significance by filing a National Park Service Historic Preservation Certification Application Part 1--Evaluation of Significance on August 27, 2003.
Otherwise, the initial request for certification is made on Part I of the Historic Preservation Certification Application form, which is submitted to the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) in each state.
The planned rehabilitation must be described in detail on Part II of the Historic Preservation Certification Application.
Certification of the rehabilitation project must be obtained from the Department of Interior by submitting a Historic Preservation Certification Application to the National Parks Service.
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