Historic Environment Designations
Making changes to designated assets
You need permission to make changes to older buildings that are listed. Line Planning is experienced in dealing with the types of permission you may need to acquire if you occupy a listed building, would like to make changes it and have property in a conservation area. We also advise about protected trees on site where there are Tree Preservation Orders.
We advise about the planning process and any additional permissions required that are specific to the site. Some heritage buildings are situated in important 'estate' settings with various site designations imposing cumulative constraints on design. Other types of historic property, such as places of worship, require different forms of consent or permission.
listed building consent
Line Planning will advise on Listed Building Consents which covers works in a listed building that may require alteration, extension or demolition. We work with specialist associates to provide independent heritage assessments.
previous project experience
Previous projects include heritage advice for properties in the London Boroughs of Camden, Islington, Hackney, Lambeth, Southwark, Tower Hamlets and the City of Westminster.
Advice about listed structures associated with railways (bridges) and Victorian reservoirs.
Advice on the setting of heritage assets and the arrangements for handling heritage applications with the Secretary of State.