Listed Building Owner Info Request.
Islington Council has to give consent for Alterations, Extension or Demolition of a Listed Building under the Planning (Listed Building and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 .
You may need evidence of these consents from the council if you ever sell your property, and of course it is a criminal offence to carry out works to a listed building without prior Listed Building Consent – even if you did not know that the building was listed.
Has any Islington Leaseholder with a listed building received copies of a Listed Building consent certificate from Islington Planning department via HFI or Partners or any of their sub-contractors for any work they have carried out?
Has any Islington Leaseholder with a property in a Conservation Area been consulted in advance or received a letter from Islington Planning department via HFI or Partners or any of their sub-contractors approving any major works they have had done by HFI or Partners?
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Islington Council Listed Building Consent Notes
You may need to apply for Listed Building Consent if you would like to make any internal or external alterations to a listed building, particularly those which would affect its character or any historic fabric.
Article 4(2) Directions are made following public consultation, when further control of development in a conservation area is desirable. If your property is covered by an Article 4(2) Direction you may be required to apply for planning permission to carry out minor alterations or home improvements such as changing external doors and windows or painting brickwork on the outside of a property.
Conservation Area Notes
Within a conservation area you will need to apply for consent to demolish any building or part of a building (over 115 cubic meters) and may need to apply for planning permission to carry out minor alterations or extensions such as minor roof alterations or erecting dormer windows or satellite dishes.