Providing clarity sooner over whether a building should be listed or not, this paid-for service fast-tracks our part in the listing process.
Fast-track Listing offers this service in a guaranteed time frame, giving you certainty earlier in your project. We will make Fast-track Listing recommendations to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) in half the time of the free service, within 12 weeks for most straightforward cases. This service includes making recommendations to the DCMS on Certificates of Immunity from Listing.
A full description of our Fast-Track Listing service can be seen in the EAS Service Descriptions document below.
Our free service
Anyone can apply for free to list a building, schedule a monument, protect a wreck site, or register a historic park, garden or battlefield. You can also apply for an entry to be amended or removed from the National Heritage List for England.
Applications for Certificates of Immunity from Listing (COI) can also be made under this free service, providing five year certainty that a building will not be listed.
We only take forward cases that meet certain measures and the time frame we take to complete them depends on relative priority with other cases.
How to apply for Fast-Track Listing
Fast-Track Listing is available by completing our online application form.
Full details are available on our How to Apply for Listing page.
If you would like to discuss this service further then please contact the Listing team using the contact information below.