Category Archives: Listed buildings

Geophysical survey detects possible archaeological remains

Geophysical survey detects possible archaeological remains

Commercial Archaeology reported recently on a programme of upcoming archaeological investigations in the churchyard at the Grade I listed church of St. Michael and All Angels in Penkridge, South Staffordshire. Archaeological investigations begin at St. Michael and All Angels, Staffordshire » Given the great antiquity of the site as an ecclesiastical centre dating back to the […]

How Listed Building Consent works

How listed buildings are selected Commercial Archaeology

Material considerations in the planning process The system of listing allows planning authorities to protect listed buildings through the requirement for Listed Building Consent (LBC) for any works which may impact on the significance of the building and/or their settings.  See also: How listed buildings are selected » Historic England outline the requirements of LBC as […]