demolition - conservation area (planning application forms and guidance)
Conservation areas are areas of special architectural or historic interest that the Council intends to preserve and enhance.
Broadland is fortunate to have many conservation areas, often containing listed buildings. It is not always enough to protect these buildings in isolation. Their surroundings are of equal importance and conservation areas are intended to protect that environment.
Controls over development in a conservation area apply to: demolition, extensions, cladding, roofs, garden buildings, satellite dishes, works to trees.
what to do next...
- Read the guidance notes attached below
- Submit your planning application:
- Contact the Planning Administration Team for further help and advice
- It is often helpful to discuss your proposal with your local authority before you submit your application
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Norwich NR7 0DU
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