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Register of Locally Important Buildings and Structures SPD

The Council has adopted a Register of Locally Important Buildings and Structures Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) (see below ).  The SPD is concerned with the `process’ which identifies buildings to be included on the register. It explains the implications for being included on the register and how it will become a material consideration in the planning process. The latest register can be found here.

The SPD was adopted on 14 March 2012.  The purpose of the SPD is to state how the council will consider and treat local heritage assets on the local register. 

To view the following documents please use the following links:-

The Register of Locally Important Buildings and Structures SPD

The Adoption Statement

The Consultation Statement

Report taken to Cabinet 14 March
 


Last updated 2 June 2017

 
 
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