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Advice and Support

Making changes to your property

If you plan to make changes to your property, you might need consent.

If you plan to make changes to your property, you might need consent.

It’s a criminal offence to:

  • materially alter, extend or demolish a listed building or demolish a building in a conservation area without consent
  • carry out unauthorised works, or allow unauthorised works to be carried out, to a scheduled monument

Find out more about applying for consents.

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