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5 Unusual Listed Buildings

The term ‘Listed Building’ is usually associated with very old historical buildings residing in the splendour of the English countryside or in an established town or city. However, Listed Building Status is not just reserved for old buildings. Here ...
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All you need to know about iron and Listed Buildings

When we carry our building surveys, also known as structural surveys, we often come across iron that is deteriorating.  We generally will recommend iron is repairable unless it is an inherent defect, which we will explain later on in this ...
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Listed Building Consent -Top Tips

Applying for Listed Building Consent is a similar procedure when obtaining planning permission. Applicants must be able to justify their proposals and show that work on a listed building that could change the character of the building is deemed necessary ...
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Purchasing a Listed Building

If you are one of the fortunate few who get the opportunity to purchase a listed building, it could be best described as obtaining a piece of history. All buildings still in their original condition and built before 1700 ...
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Tudor Listed Property Common Problems

This article specifically looks at traditional Tudor timber framed properties and their associated problems. We would advise that the property problems can be very specific to the area and location of the property, or even the direction it is facing, ...
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