Listed Buildings, Conservation Areas and Monuments

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Sweet & Maxwell, 2006 - Conservation of natural resources - 874 pages
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A complete guide to this highly complex area of law, this book explains how buildings are listed and included in conservation areas, how planning controls apply to historic buildings and areas, what power there are to bring about repairs, and what happens if works are carried out without consent.
  

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Contents

Table of Cases
xxix
Table of Statutes and Measures il
l
Town and Country Planning Act 1990
lvii
Table of Statutory Instruments ixv
lxv
Table of Treaties Conventions Directives and Charters Ixxvii
lxxvii
INTRODUCTION
1
Full table of contents xxi
3
Pastoral Measurecontd
8
powers of public authorities
259
Acquisition of historic buildings and monuments by public authorities
291
CARRYING OUT WORKS TO HISTORIC BUILDINGS
317
Prosecution of Offences Act c 23 19 10 7
365
17 2 1 17 2 5 17 3 1
371
applications
379
Planning Applications Exemption
415
matters to
457

Historic Monuments and 2001
16
The international framework
37
art 37la 12 1 3
38
Planning Northern Ireland 1991 Planning Northern Ireland
49
PtH 13 11 4
53
IDENTIFYING AND RECORDING THE CULTURAL HERITAGE
55
s l74 18 4 1
57
4
95
5
131
6
163
7
177
1932
207
REPAIRS MAINTENANCE FINANCE AND PUBLIC
211
Occupiers Liability Act c 3 8 3 2
217
Grants loans and tax concessions
233
1947
240
Appeals and other remedies
515
Places of worship 515
551
Value Added Tax
599
UNAUTHORISED WORKS
617
Enforcement action
619
Criminal offences
668
APPENDICES
713
Environment
715
Key bodies and organisations
769
Forms and precedents
775
E Conditions on listed building consents
815
G Possible changes to the law
831
Index
843
2
859
Coal Industry Nationalisation
866
Copyright

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