If you have development proposals which directly affect a listed building, conservation area, scheduled ancient monument, locally listed building or registered Park and Garden, or are near any of the above, then it is likely you will need expert heritage advice. This may take the form of Listed Building Consent, Conservation Area Consent or Scheduled Ancient Monument Consent and will often require a Heritage Statement in support of any of the above or a Planning Application. In addition, if you are a community group or organisation devising a heritage related project then please see our heritage opportunities brochure. We can undertake Conservation Statements and Conservation Plans and co-ordinate Feasibility Studies which are essential in developing grant funding for historic building projects. The earlier we become involved in these projects, the more smoothly these projects will run.
Heritage conservation planning is about managing change and not preventing it. It aims to understand why places have a special heritage interest in order that change can be accommodated which conserves what is special while adding something new and potentially exciting to that place.
We are here to explain what you will need, and have the relevant expertise and experience to guide your ambitions through the development process in order to secure the relevant consents.
Client: Royal College of Physicians
Authority: London Borough of Camden more...