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With around half a million listed buildings and 8,000 conservation areas, the question of dealing with buildings and property within the current system of regulation is becoming increasingly complex. Legislation in the form of the listed building control is intended to maintain the balance between national heritage and commercial needs.
This practical title summarises the rules and identifies the problems for those responsible for property management or those charged with controlling the system. Lawyers, surveyors, local authorities and planners will find this work an invaluable aid to helping to resolve or avoid potential disputes.