The Planning Permission for Relevant Demolition in a Conservation Area Form should be used for proposals which involve substantial demolition of unlisted buildings and structures in conservation areas and need permission.
Top tip: You will not need permission for relevant demolition unless the building's volume exceeds 115 cubic metres. You do not need permission for relevant demolition to take down a wall, gate or fence if it is less than 1 metre high and abuts a highway, or is less than 2 metres high elsewhere.
Please download the Planning Permission for Relevant Demolition in a Conservation Area Form (PDF opens in new window)
Please make sure your application includes the right information, or it will be judged as invalid.
For more details about when we need the information above, and what we expect, please see our guidance notes.
For applications received after 1 January 2018, amended validation requirements apply:
Top tip: if you are applying by post, please send three copies of all forms, plans and supporting information.
Our guidance notes form part of our validation checklists. They provide further details about what information we require with an application.