Can I build near a listed building?

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Can I build near a listed building?

7.16 Proposals to alter, paint or extend a listed building, or to erect a new building in close proximity to a listed building, must not adversely affect the character, appearance or setting of the listed building (see Policy Page 3 Environmental Guidelines Supplementary Planning Guidance, May 2004 24 119).

How do I get planning permission in Northern Ireland?

If you think you need to apply for planning permission, contact your council’s local planning office. They’ll tell you if you need planning permission….Asking the planning office for advice

  1. give you an application form.
  2. tell you material to include with your application such as drawings.
  3. confirm planning application fee.

Does a listed building need planning permission?

1. Planning permission is in principle required for demolition of listed buildings; conservation areas buildings; non-residential and residential buildings, notwithstanding that separate consent (such as listed building consent) may also be required.

Can you extend a locally listed building?

Generally though, many modifications to locally listed buildings, such as external alterations, extensions and changes of use will require planning permission. most external alterations to a flat or commercial property (including replacement windows) require planning permission.

Do you need planning permission for glamping pods in Northern Ireland?

Our pods have a lifespan of 40+ years, require very low maintenance and often do not require planning permission due to their classification as caravans. For home owners wishing to install a camping pod it is most likely that planning permission will not be required due to the permitted development rights.

Do you need planning permission for garage NI?

Planning permission is not required for a detached garage or car port provided that: 1. The garage is used for domestic purposes only. The maximum eaves height of the garage/car port is 2.5 metres if it is within 2 metres of the boundary of the curtilage of the house.

Who is responsible for planning a listed building?

Planning applications and listed building consent applications are usually decided by the local planning authority, which is the local district authority in regions with county and district councils, or the unitary authority or London Borough.

Where can I view a planning application in Northern Ireland?

You can view planning applications and associated documents at the planning offices in the local councils. Please check the council’s website or contact them to enquire about opening times, office locations or to check if an appointment is required. Planning Offices in Northern Ireland Report a problem with Public Access

How are listed buildings listed in the UK?

Listed Buildings are those designated through listing as being of ‘special architectural or historic interest’ under Section 80 of the Planning Act (NI) 2011. The List of Buildings is a register recording all types of structures, ranging from grand houses and cathedrals to warehouses and small buildings.

How many listed buildings are there in Northern Ireland?

There are over 8,900 Listed Buildings in Northern Ireland. Listed Buildings are those designated through listing as being of ‘special architectural or historic interest’ under Section 80 of the Planning Act (NI) 2011.

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