Before you apply, have you:
- prepared the necessary plans and details to explain your proposals (see guidance below) - you may need an architect to draw these for you.
- Read the guidance notes for the completion of your application.
- you also need to submit a Statement of Significance with the application.
- You can download and complete the paper form by going to 'Other ways to do it'
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Validation Checklist - Listed Building consent for alterations, extension or demolition of a listed building
These documents and plans are required to be submitted - see our validation check list for more information on the type and quality of plans and information required.
Completed form (2 in total to be supplied unless the application is submitted electronically)
A plan which identifies the land to which the application relates drawn to an identified scale and showing the direction of North (4 In total to be supplied unless the application is submitted electronically)
A copy of other plans and drawings or information necessary to describe the subject of the application (4 in total to be supplied unless the application is submitted electronically) including:
– Block plan of the site (e.g. at a scale of 1:100 or 1:200) showing any site boundaries
– Existing and proposed elevations (e.g. at a scale of 1:50 or 1:100)
– Existing and proposed floor plans (e.g. at a scale of 1:50 or 1:100)
– Existing and proposed site sections and finished floor and site levels (e.g. at a scale of 1:50 or 1:100)
– Plans to a scale of not less than 1:20 to show all new doors, windows, shop-fronts, panelling, fireplaces, plaster moulding and other decorative details
– Roof plans (e.g. at a scale of 1:50 or 1:100)
Statement of significance (to explain what is important about the building and how your proposals impact on these features) (see guidance)
The completed Ownership Certificate (A, B, C or D – as applicable)
– may include some or all of the following:
Please see our validation check list which gives more detail and includes a section on Listed Building application requirements.
Photographs/photomontages showing the whole building and its setting and/or the particular section of the building affected by the proposals
Your application comes back to us to decide if you can go ahead. We'll look at how it affects the local area, the environment and other people. We will usually tell you our decision within six to eight weeks.
If you can't submit online, you can download and print a paper copy form from the Planning Portal website. You can complete this and send it into us.