What’s Different About A Listed Building?

Here at STL Architecture we are able to breathe new life into old buildings yet retain the historical character. In the case of a listed building, any works to alter, extend or demolish the building in a way that affects its character as a building of special interest require listed building content from the local planning authority. Whether planning permission is also needed or not.

Understanding Listed Buildings

When working on a listed building it is important to appreciate the special architecture of the building and any historic interest. It is vital to also take into consideration the planning system so that It can be protected for future generations.

Why Are Listed Buildings So Important

Different listed buildings have different grades to them. These all vary for many different reasons. Grade I being of exceptional interest, Grade II* are particularly important buildings of more than special interest and Grade II are of special interest.

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