listed building


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listed building

(in Britain) a building officially recognized as having special historical or architectural interest and therefore protected from demolition or alteration

listed building

Any building designated as being of historic architectural interest by one of the many organizations dedicated to the preservation of historic architecture.
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3 Listed building consent is obtained from your local council and is a similar process to applying for planning permission - sometimes you'll need planning as well.
Many local councils identify locally listed buildings, which are considered to be historically important to the area but are not ocially listed.
The debate ignited after the owner of a listed building was ordered to remove solar panels from a barn at his Grade II-listed property.
5 IF listed building consent is granted, you may have to use traditional building materials and techniques to comply with it.
Due to its economic significance this proposal was designated a Large Scale Investment Project and both the planning application and Listed Building Consent were determined within six months.
Locally listed buildings are subject to normal planning controls, but the local listing will be taken into consideration if a planning application is made.
The traditional kiosk in Berwick St Mary, Wilts has been granted Grade II listed building status after a campaign by pensioner Mary Gatling.
I Hussain, Listed Building Consent for construction of four non illuminated signs (Conservation Area), 27, Greenhead Road.
PLANNERS are recommending rejection of an application to put uPVC windows and doors in a Grade II Listed building.