What Fast-Track Listing offers you
If you are unsure if a building is eligible for listing it can cause delays to any planning applications you make or any changes being made to your property.
We offer a guaranteed timeframe, usually within 12 weeks, in which we will make our recommendation to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) on whether or not a building or site should be listed. Providing clarity sooner and reducing possible delays in the planning process.
Recent changes to the law make it possible to exclude parts of a site from the listing. This gives you more clarity on what changes are possible to your historic place while preserving what is most important.
You can also ask us to consider a Certificate of Immunity from listing which, if granted, guarantees that a building won’t be listed for five years.
A full description of our Fast-Track Listing service can be seen in the EAS Service Descriptions.
How to apply
Fast-Track Listing is available by completing our online application form.
Full details are available on our How to Apply for Listing page.
Our free service
Anyone can make a free application for amendment, addition or removal from the National Heritage List for England (NHLE).