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POLICY QL8 - Demolition of Buildings in Conservation Areas

Proposals for the demolition of a building or structure in a Conservation Area will not be permitted unless it is clearly demonstrated that:-

  1. the building or structure is of no recognised interest by itself or by association and has no value to, or has a character or appearance inappropriate to, the Conservation Area;
  2. its demolition or replacement would enhance the character or appearance of the Conservation Area;
  3. in the case of buildings which are considered to make a positive contribution to the character or appearance of the Conservation Area, it is clearly demonstrated to be redundant and wholly beyond repair and there are detailed and appropriate proposals for redevelopment, together with clear evidence that such redevelopment will proceed; and
  4. there are overriding safety or other reasons.

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