Acorus Planning Application Success Involving Listed Buildings in Norfolk

9th January, 2019 by Acorus in General

Acorus South Midlands team has obtained planning permission for the conversion of a range of buildings to six new dwellings. The buildings were no longer suitable for agricultural use.  As the buildings are close to a Grade I listed building there were a number of objections to the proposal. After lengthy negotiations and the involvement of Heritage specialists, a compromise was reaached allowing the conversion of a range of buildings to six dwellings.

For further advice please contact:

David Ellis MBIAC, Associate

For more general details on listed buildings please refer to the following information sheet

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