Demolition of Listed Buildings

Eric Newbegin made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England

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Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England Nid oedd gan y wybodaeth y gofynnwyd amdani.

Dear Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England

Please advise with regard to each of the 5 most recent 12 month
periods for which data is available:

1. How many applications have you been consulted on across all LPA's in England where an application has been made for consent to demolish all or part of a Listed Building?

2. Of those applications referred to in paragraph 1. above, how many did you oppose and how many did you either approve of or raise no objection to?

3. What are the three most common reasons you give;
(a) as the primary reason to recommend refusal of an application?
(b) as the primary reason to recommend approval of an application?

Yours faithfully

Eric Newbegin

Bryan, Ann, Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England

1 Atodiad

Our Reference:15/1138

 

Dear Mr Newbegin,

 

Re: Request – Demolition of Listed Buildings

 

Thank you for your email on 22 April in which you have requested the
following information:

 

Please advise with regard to each of the 5 most recent 12 month periods
for which data is available:

 

1. How many applications have you been consulted on across all LPA's in
England where an application has been made for consent to demolish all or
part of a Listed Building?

 

2. Of those applications referred to in paragraph 1. above, how many did
you oppose and how many did you either approve of or raise no objection
to?

 

3. What are the three most common reasons you give;

      (a) as the primary reason to recommend refusal of an application?

      (b) as the primary reason to recommend approval of an application?

 

Yours faithfully

 

 

Your request will be considered under the Freedom of Information Act
(2000)/ the Environmental Information Regulations (2004).  We will be
writing to you within the statutory 20 working day timeframe with a
response to your request.  You will be informed if this is not possible.

 

Details of our review procedure are attached.

 

Yours sincerely, 

 

Ann Bryan

Information Assistant
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Thomas, Stephen, Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England

3 Atodiad

Dear Mr Newbegin,

 

Please see the attached files as my response to your request for
information. Should you have any issues viewing any of the files then
please let me know and I will provide them in a different format.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Stephen Thomas

 

 

Senior Information Rights Officer

Information Management Technology

T 07557 295832

 

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