Fuller Long Heritage Consultants
We are experts in all areas of Heritage and Conservation relating to development and planning permission.
Should you own or are looking to purchase a Listed Building or live within a Conservation Area, we are here to assist you at every turn. Our experts understand the legislation and requirements of your local Conservation Officers. We work to protect your interests and unlock your building’s potential, advising on proactive conservation and sympathetic changes.
Making changes or demolishing buildings need not be fraught with stress and complication. To ensure the most timely and cost effective route of achieving your goals it’s essential to know where you stand from the outset thus determining the very best route through the planning process.
Please call 0845 565 0281 for a no obligation conversation with one of our Heritage Experts today.
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If you are looking to purchase a listed building or a property that has been locally listed (a non-designated heritage asset) then a pre-acquisition heritage report can inform valuations as well as highlight any potential stumbling blocks at the very earliest stage of the process.
We are here to work with you and to help you achieve your aspirations. We can help you to understand the requirements of the local planning authority and can liaise and negotiate on your behalf.
Fuller Long offer design and conservation advice and can identify development potential and find creative solutions for sites in conservation areas.
There are over 375,000 listed buildings in England. These create a sense of place and make a valuable historic, architectural, aesthetic and cultural contribution. We pride ourselves on protecting and enhancing these qualities, offering expert advice on maintenance conservation and assisting building owners in achieving their aspirations.
The National Planning Policy Framework allows local authorities to identify buildings or structures that are of heritage significance. These can either be included on a Local List or can often be identified as part of the planning process. Local authorities must consider the impact of proposals on the significance of a non-designated heritage asset and have regard to any harm or loss that might arise.
Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) are used to help evaluate the effects of development on the environment with considerations on not only the ecological impact but also on the heritage landscape including designated properties, conservation areas and archaeology.
If your planning or listed building consent application has been refused then we can offer professional advice and assistance to support the submission of a planning appeal. We can handle the entire process, producing the appeal statement and liaising with local authorities and the Planning Inspectorate so as to ensure a seamless and stress free process.
Is you building about to be listed? Are the Council seeking to include your building in a conservation area or add it to the Local List? If so, we can prepare statements of significance or where appropriate rebuttals. Post-designation we can offer professional advice regarding the implications of these changes and help you to explore creative and viable solutions for your property.
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What our clients say…
Thank you and all at Fuller Long for your help in securing an approval at the first time of asking with no onerous conditions attached – a testament to the detailed and high quality work.
Thank you for working with us and applying your expertise to such good effect on our appeal case. Your professionalism significantly eased the strain of the appeals process, we are delighted with the outcome.
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