Listed Building Consent involves getting permission to alter, extend or demolish a listed building from your local authority. This consent is in place to protect such historic buildings and architectural features for future generations.

In order to obtain Listed Building Consent, you should contact your local authority Conservation Officer with a detailed outline of what works you intend to carry out, whilst expressing how you intend to protect and preserve the building and its listed features. Without Listed Building Consent, any unauthorised work is deemed as a criminal offence.

A property service partner, such as Axis, can support your application and ensure that any changes made are in compliance with the building’s listing regulations.