Get listed building advice
Who can get advice
The listed building advice service is for householders, developers and other planning professionals.
How to request advice
To request advice about a listed building, download and complete the application form and send it to email@example.com. You should include:
a plan showing the location of the site
a description of the proposed works and how these may affect the historic fabric and design of the building
initial plans/sketches of your proposals with dimensions indicated
photographs of the property, in particular of the part of the property you propose to change.
After we get your application, we will contact you for payment over the phone.
Householder advice for listed buildings
Written advice: £468 (including VAT)
Written advice with one-hour meeting on site with conservation officer: £672 (including VAT)
Follow-up advice:£204 (including VAT).
Advice relating to listed buildings for a building which is not a single dwelling house or residential flat.
Written advice: £852 (including VAT)
Written advice with one-hour meeting on site with conservation officer and planning officer: £1,242 (including VAT)
Follow-up advice: £612 (including VAT).
The above fees relate specifically to the assessment of physical works to listed buildings, and will be chargeable alongside fees required for general planning advice, including duty planner or pre-application advice. The above fees relate specifically to the assessment of physical works to listed buildings, and will be chargeable alongside fees required for general planning advice, Including duty planner or pre-application advice.
Any planning advice given by officers, either orally or in writing in the course of their duties, is offered in good faith and is based on the information/evidence provided. Advice is offered without the benefit of a site visit or the involvement of other consultees (not internal and external), neighbours or other interested parties. Such views are therefore the personal opinion of that officer and are not a formal decision of, nor are they binding, on the local planning authority. The local planning authority will only be bound where a formal application is submitted and a formal decision is issued in writing.