Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) (Wales) Regulations 2012 (S.I. No. 793 (W.108) (W.88) of 2012). | Land Portal

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The Regulations make procedural provisions for applications for listed building consent, for conservation area consent, for the variation or discharge of conditions attached to listed building or conservation area consents and for appeals in respect of these matters. They also provide for other procedural matters relating to listed building and conservation area consents such as: procedural provisions for compensation and listed building purchase notices; the manner that unopposed revocation or modification of consent orders must be advertised; the application and modification of legislation in relation to enforcement notices for listed buildings and unlisted buildings in conservation areas; and notices of listed buildings.

Amends: Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Regulations 1990 (S.I. No. 1519 of 1990). (1990-07-20)
Repeals: Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) (Amendment) (Wales) Regulations 2009 (W.S.I. No. 1026 (W.88) of 2009). (2009-04-19)

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