Environmental guidance for your business in Northern Ireland & Scotland

Listed buildings

NetRegs does not provide detailed guidance on planning issues. If you intend to renovate, alter, demolish or do any work on a building which might be listed then you should contact the planning department of your local council.

Find your local council

Information on listed buildings, including repair grants, is available from the following sources:

NI Department of Communities: Historic environment

Historic Scotland

 

You might find our guidance "First steps" guidance for start ups and projects useful. This has some good practice guidance for restoring and upgrading buildings.

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Permits

NIEA - Apply online

SEPA - Application forms