Guidance on De-listing a Building
This guidance provides an overview of the application process for removing a building from the List, also known as de-listing.
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- Why might a buildings be removed from the List?
- When can applications for de-listing be made?
- How should applications for de-listing be made?
- Notes on applying for de-listing
- How should I report a listed building that isn't there anymore?
- Series: Guidance
- Publication Status: Completed
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