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Listed Buildings and Other Heritage Assets
Listed Buildings and Other Heritage Assets
5th Edition
Practice Area:  Planning Law
ISBN:  9780414038158
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  22 Sep 2017
Format:  Hardback
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The standard reference work for lawyers, planners and all others working in this area on the law concerning the protection of listed buildings and other heritage assets in the UK.  Explains how the built heritage is protected, how planning controls apply, powers to bring about repairs, acquisition of historic buildings by public authorities, and the consequences of carrying out works without consent.

Since the Fourth Edition of this work, now titled Listed Buildings and Other Heritage Assets, there have been a number of important new statutes changing the law in this area – including the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013, the Historic Environment (Wales) Act 2016, the Historic Environment (Scotland) Acts 2011 and 2014, and the Planning Act (Northern Ireland) 2011.  Secondary legislation too has continued to evolve, with a new General Permitted Development Order, new Appeals Rules, and new Faculty Jurisdiction Rules governing works to churches.

Just as importantly, central government policy has developed, with PPG15 being replaced by the National Planning Policy Framework, the web-based Planning Practice Guidance and, in 2015, the Good Practice Advice notes from Historic England – the new name for the regulatory arm of English Heritage.  Revised policy is also, at last, emerging in Wales.  And, as always, the courts have remained active, with over 80 directly relevant decisions, particularly as to the significance of heritage assets in determining planning applications. 

All of these developments have been incorporated in the new edition of this comprehensive and practical book, which continues to be an essential reference source for planning solicitors and barristers, local authority planning and legal departments, conservation organisations, surveyors, architects and all others practising in this area.

Dr Charles Mynors, FRTPI, FRICS, IHBC, FICFor (Hon) was a conservation officer in local government, before practising for 27 years as a barrister, specialising in the areas that are the subject of this book.  He is now heading the Law Commission’s project to simplify and consolidate planning law in Wales.  He is a bencher of the Middle Temple and Chancellor of the Diocese of Worcester. 
 
Nigel Hewitson, LARTPI, Assoc IHBC worked as a solicitor in local government, before becoming Legal Director at English Heritage.  He now heads the planning team at BrookStreet des Roches LLP, advising  developers, land owners, end users, funders and public bodies on planning and related issues.  He is a member of the RTPI General Assembly and sits on the IHBC Legal Panel.
CONTENTS
PART I.  INTRODUCTION
1. Introduction
2. The international framework
PART II.  IDENTIFYING AND RECORDING HERITAGE ASSETS
3. Listed buildings
4. The extent of listing
5. Conservation areas
6. Archaeology
7. Other heritage assets
PART III.  REPAIR, MAINTENANCE, FINANCE AND PUBLIC ACQUISITION
8. Duties and powers of owners and occupiers of heritage assets
9. Grants, loans and tax concessions
10. Repairs and restoration: powers of public authorities
11. Acquisition of heritage assets by public authorities
PART IV.  CARRYING OUT WORKS AFFECTING HERITAGE ASSETS
12. Works affecting heritage assets: the need for consent
13. Submitting applications for permission or consent
14. Determining applications: procedures
15. Matters to be taken into account: development affecting listed buildings
16. Matters to be taken into account: development affecting other heritage assets
17. Appeals and other remedies
18. Revocation or modification of permission or consent
19. Places of worship
PART V.  UNAUTHORISED WORKS
20. Enforcement action
21. Criminal prosecution
APPENDICES
A. Forms and precedents
B. Conditions on listed building consents

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