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Changes to Listed Building and Conservation Area legislation, Scotland

29 November 2011

From 1 December 2011, all consents for listed building consent and conservation area consent will only last for three years. This brings them into line with planning legislation.

In addition, the period in which applicants can appeal against non-determination, refusal or conditions reduces to three months. Again, this brings it into line with planning legislation. Any applications currently in the system will still have six months to appeal against non-determination.

The appeal process will also be aligned with planning legislation and appellants will no longer have an automatic right to be heard at a public enquiry or hearing. The decision will be at the Reporter’s discretion.

There are no changes to the advertisement regulations at present.






































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