This weeks blog post discusses the main points to consider when you are thinking of making changes to your listed property.
This year we decided to take part in the SPAB (Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings) National Maintenance Week to raise awareness of the importance of identifying and repairing buildings in their early stages of decay.
There are obstables to overcome when making improvements to your home, particularly for those living in listed buildings or in conservation areas.
We were recently instructed to prepare a heritage building report on Vine Hall Farm, a Grade II Listed former hall house, as a gift.
Planning Approved for a 17th century Grade II listed cottage within the Hartlip Conservation Area.
In response to the global Covid-19 pandemic our team have adapted and created methods to progress remotely during this period.
The Government urges Local Councils to promote pre-application meetings prior to submitting full planning applications
Discover what home improvement styles can be built without full planning permission.
You may need listed building consent for any changes you want to make to your listed property.