Scheduled Monument Consent Policy
The Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has set out some broad considerations that will be taken into account in deciding whether to grant scheduled monument consent in "Scheduled Monuments" published in October 2013 (1).
Granting consent that would result in the material loss to a scheduled monument will be wholly exceptional.
Also of interest...
Online searchable database of designated heritage assets (excluding conservation areas).
The processes in which Historic England records archeological and other heritage assets.
Scheduled monument definition, criteria and applications.
Scheduled monument consent is required for most works and other activities that physically affect a scheduled monument
It is very important to understand precisely what a permission or consent for development or works actually gives permission for.
There are hundreds of organisations and hundreds of thousands of people who each year give their time for free to protect the nation’s heritage.