|Policy driver||National Planning Policy Framework| Section 9|
Historic Environment Good Practice Advice Planning Notes 1, 2 & 3||
Replacement Unitary Development Plan – Policy NE4
|Type of application||Applications for the conversion of buildings in the Greenbelt or Countryside to demonstrate that they are capable of conversion without major or compete reconstruction.|
|Geographic locations where this information is required||Where relevant|
|What information is required||Report provided by suitably qualified person|
|Where to look for further assistance||A Structural Engineer.|
Where an application seeks listed building consent for structural alterations which would affect the significance of these heritage assets information that is proportionate to the significance of the asset and the potential impact upon that significance of the proposals should be provided.
For example, for a substantial demolition it is reasonable to expect the applicant to provide detailed information on the asset as a whole and a thorough explanation of the impact.
An application for a minor alteration to part of the asset is likely only to require detailed information on the affected part of the asset, along with a brief explanation of how the impacts relate to the significance of the asset as a whole. For further information see the Heritage Statement Section on this Local List and Historic Environment Good Practice Advice Planning Notes 1, 2 & 3||.