Correspondence

Arrangements for handling heritage applications: circular 09/2005

This publication was withdrawn on 16 April 2015

Following changes to the handling arrangements for heritage related applications which came into force on 15 April 2015, the Directions contained in this circular and in:

  • Circular 01/2001: arrangements for handling heritage applications – notification and directions by the Secretary of State
  • Circular 08/2009: arrangements for handling heritage applications – notification to the Secretary of State (England) Direction 2009

were revoked and the circulars (with the exception of Appendix C of Circular 01/01) cancelled.

See the new Directions:

This circular amends Circular 01/01: Arrangements for Handling Heritage Applications - Notification and Directions by the Secretary of State…

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Circular 09/05: Arrangements For Handling Heritage Applications - Notification To National Amenity Societies Direction 2005

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This circular amends Circular 01/01: Arrangements for Handling Heritage Applications - Notification and Directions by the Secretary of State and Planning Policy Guidance 15: Planning and the Historic Environment (PPG15) to add the Twentieth Century Society to the list of ‘National Amenity Societies’.

Local planning authorities have to inform these groups of all applications for listed building consent and of the decisions taken by them on applications for demolition of a listed building or alteration of a listed building which comprise or include the demolition of any part of that building.

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