Dataset

Building preservation notice

Total
4
Building preservation notices
Publishers
1 of 1
Latest resource collected on
2022-05-24
Collector last ran on
2022-05-26

Local planning authorities can serve a BPN on a building owner if they consider a building is in danger of demolition or alteration in a way that might affect its special character. BPN's take effect immediately, protecting the building for up to six months, as if it were listed.

Any works to a building that is the subject of a BPN need listed building consent. 

Section 3of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 allows local planning authorities to serve a BPN on a building owner if they consider a building is in danger of demolition or alteration in a way that might affect its special character. BPN's take effect immediately, protecting the building for up to six months, as if it were listed. The local planning authority must make an application to Historic England to list the building at the same time that the BPN is served.


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