Locally listed buildings
Buildings, structures, monuments and landscapes that are valued locally but do not warrant national protection are put on a local list. If you need to carry out work to these you do not require listed building consent but when a planning application is considered there will be a presumption that the work will protect and conserve the building.
You can nominate a building, structure, monument or landscape for inclusion on the local list if you think it:
- has a unique architectural style
- may have been designed by an important local architect or built using local materials
- is associated with an historic local event or was once lived in by a famous person
- contributes to an attractive streetscape or landscape that would be greatly affected by its loss
You can view and download the interim policy for locally listed buildings as a PDF file.