Consent confined to replacement of rooflights
For the avoidance of doubt, listed building consent has been sought and granted under ref LB/19/03815 for the replacement of rooflights.
All other works and alterations depicted on the submitted drawings do not form part of this consent, relate to works approved under listed building consent LB/19/00838 and need to be implemented under that consent with its associated conditions.
Retain Original Fabric of Building
You are reminded that the original historic fabric of the listed building should be retained unless specifically authorised for removal by the Council as part of a listed building consent. Historic fabric which must be retained would include lath and plaster ceilings and walls, floor boards, original skirting boards, dado rails, cornice, fireplaces, staircases, and any other surviving historic fabric. Where these elements are in poor condition, repair and restoration could be undertaken by competent workmen, with the minimum amount of intervention to the historic fabric.
You are reminded that the installation of recessed ceiling lights and speakers in most cases will require listed building consent. Any proposals for these particular works must be first approved by the Council as part of a listed building consent before they are installed within the listed building. Use the following link to see how advice can be obtained: Planning Advice Service
Advice can be sought if a problem has occurred during consented works, but it is clearly preferable to seek advice at as early a stage as possible.