Listed building consent and demolition in a conservation area applications


This checklist summarises the types of information that you will need to submit for listed building consent or planning permission for relevant demolition in a conservation area.

Tyneside Validation - Listed Building Consent / Relevant Demolition in a Conservation Area Checklist

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To find out more about each requirement shown in the checklist please use the Validation of Planning Applications in Tyneside - 2019 (version 1, February 2019)

If you also intend to apply for planning permission to carry out new development you will also need to look at the householder checklist or the full application checklist, included within the Tyneside Validation Requirements report above, to see what is needed to submit a planning application.

Fire statement required from 1 August 2021

There are new regulations around planning applications for high rise accommodation, known as 'Planning Gateway One'

From 1 August 2021, you may need to submit a fire statement with your planning application for certain works.

For information about when a fire statement is required, including a fire statement template, see: GOV.UK: Fire safety and high-rise residential buildings (from 1 August 2021)