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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Listed Buildings and Other Heritage Assets 5th ed

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ISBN13: 9780414038158
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780421758308
To be Published: August 2017
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £195.00

This book is the standard reference work for lawyers, planners and all others working in this area on the law protecting historic buildings, conservation areas and other heritage assets in the UK.

  • Explains how the key features of the built heritage are protected
  • Shows how planning controls apply to works to listed buildings and in conservation areas
  • Goes through the processes for applying for planning permission and appealing against a decision
  • Sets out the consequences of carrying out works without consent
  • Discusses the powers that exist to bring about repairs and for the acquisition of historic buildings and other heritage assets by public authorities
  • Includes tables of the consents needed for works to listed buildings and in conservation areas
  • Reproduces drawings illustrating key curtilage cases
  • Covers important new statutes, including the Planning Act 2008, the Localism Act 2011, the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013, and the Planning (Wales) Act 2015
  • Deals with the National Planning Policy Framework, the web-based Planning Practice Guidance, and (in 2015) the Good Practice Advice notes from Historic England
  • Applies throughout the UK, taking account of the Historic Environment (Scotland) Acts of 2011 and 2014 and the Planning Act (Northern Ireland) 2011
  • Discusses over 75 new court decisions, including Asford BC v Barratt, Chambers v Guildford BC, RBS v Allen, R (East Riding of Yorkshire) v Hobson
  • Includes a selection of forms and precedents
  • Provides sample conditions on listed building consents

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Property Law, Planning Law
Part I: Introduction.
The International Framework.

Part II: Identifying and Recording the Cultural Heritage.
Listed Buildings.
The Extent of Listing.
Conservation Areas.
Ancient Monuments.
Other Forms of Protection.

Part III: Repairs, Maintenance, Finance and Public Acquisition.
Duties of Owners and Occupiers of Historic Buildings.
Grants, Loans and Tax Concessions.
Repairs and Restoration: Powers of Public Authorities.
Acquisition of Historic Buildings and Monuments by Public Authorities.

Part IV: Carrying out Works to Historic Buildings and Monuments.
The Need for Consent.
Applications Procedures.
Matters to be Considered.
Appeals and other Remedies.
Places of Worship.
Value Added Tax.

Part V: Unauthorised Works.
Enforcement Action.
Criminal Offences.

Key Bodies and Organisations.
Forms and Precedents.
Conditions on Listed Building Consents.
Penalties for Criminal Offences.