Briefing Note on National Listed Building Consent Orders
This document provides information on national Listed Building Consent Orders (LBCO) for local planning authorities, heritage practitioners and owners of listed buildings who may in due course be affected by an LBCO. It does not provide advice on their setting up or operation, as they are the responsibility of the Secretary of State.
- What is a national Listed BuildingConsent Order (LBCO)?
- What can an LBCO cover?
- How will an LBCO be initiated?
- Further Information
- Series: Guidance
- Publication Status: Completed
- Pages: 5
- Product Code: HEAG022
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