Most Popular Advice and Guidance Documents
Here are our 10 most downloaded advice and guidance publications.
Conservation Principles, Policies and GuidancePublished 23 April 2008
The primary aim of the Conservation Principles, Policies and Guidance is to support the quality of decision-making, with the ultimate objective of creating a management regime for all aspects of the historic environment that is clear and transparent in its purpose and sustainable in its application.
Listed Building ConsentPublished 21 June 2021
General advice on the listed building consent process, as set out in historic environment legislation.
Traditional Windows: their care, repair and upgradingPublished 8 February 2017
Guidance and best practice on the understanding, conservation and thermal upgrading of traditional windows.
Listed Buildings and CurtilagePublished 21 February 2018
This advice note gives hypothetical examples to assist in deciding whether a building has a curtilage.
Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Insulating solid wallsPublished 29 April 2016
This guidance note provides advice on the principles, risks, materials and methods for insulating solid masonry walls.
Guidance on De-listing a BuildingPublished 14 January 2019
This guidance provides an overview of the application process for removing a building from the List, also known as de-listing.
Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: How to Improve Energy EfficiencyPublished 29 June 2018
This guidance is for anyone who wishes to improve energy efficiency in an historic building.
The Setting of Heritage AssetsPublished 22 December 2017
Good Practice Advice in Planning Note 3 sets out guidance on managing change within settings of archaeological remains, historic sites and landscapes.
Statements of Heritage Significance: Analysing Significance in Heritage AssetsPublished 21 October 2019
Advice note is to provide information on the analysis and assessment of heritage significance in line with the National Planning Policy Framework.
Energy Efficiency and Historic Buildings: Insulating pitched roofs at rafter levelPublished 30 November 2015
This guidance note provides advice on the principles, risks, materials and methods for insulating pitched roofs at rafter level. When insulation is placed at this position the roof is often referred to as a 'warm roof'.
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