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Many of South Staffordshire’s villages are justifiably renowned for their attractiveness, and much of the charm for residents and visitors alike is the wealth of historic buildings and sites they contain. Indeed, the district boasts over 860 listed buildings or structures. It is a privilege to own, live or work in a listed property, but with this comes responsibility.

 

 

 

 

For information and guidance on listed buildings please click the relevant link in the table below.

 

 
  • What is a Listed Building?

 

  • How to find out if a building is listed

 

 

Further information

 
  • What does curtilage listing mean?

 

  • Getting a building listed (or de-listed)?

 

  • What works can be carried out to a listed building?

 

  • Carrying out repairs and maintenance to a listed building

 

  • Certificates of Lawfulness

 

  • Building or demolishing walls and fences

 

  • Applying for Listed Building Consent

 

  • A note of caution!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Further information

 
  • Recommended contractors & specialists

 

  • Obtaining financial help for works to listed buildings?

 

 

Further information

  •  Further information on listed buildings
Further information

 

 

Contact

 

Telephone: (01902) 696000

 

Email: conservation@sstaffs.gov.uk

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