Things To Consider When Restoring Listed Buildings
What Are Listed Buildings?
How Are Listed Buildings Categorised?
What Are The Requirements For Listed Building Consent?
Before embarking on the restoration of a listed building, it is essential to obtain Listed Building Consent which ensures that proposed repairs, alterations, or additions meet strict regulations, and the building retains its historic or architectural integrity. Failure to obtain the necessary consent could result in prosecution.
Listed Building Consent is required for small changes, such as the replacement of doors and windows or the painting of untreated external surfaces, and major alterations or additions, such as extensions, damp proofing, or the insertion of flues and vents. The removal of internal features, such as staircases, panelling, or floorboards, also requires permission.
Working With Experts During Historic Building Restoration
Carrying Out A Historic Building Risk Assessment
Utilising Traditional Materials And Techniques
Contact Us To Find Out More
To find out more about how our specialists can support the restoration of your listed building, please get in touch with our Conservation Accredited Engineer Richard Fowles by email at email@example.com.