If you plan to demolish a building, or part of a building, you may need to submit a Demolition Notice, giving six weeks' notice, to:
- our building control team;
- neighbouring owners and
- electric, gas and water service providers.
You don’t need to notify us about demolition of:
- buildings with an external size of less than 50m3 which is smaller than the average double garage
- building extensions on a larger building that consist of an attached conservatory, shed or garage
- buildings used solely for agriculture
- work in occupied buildings where it is intended that it should continue to be occupied.
Fill in a demolition notice
棋牌游戏电玩平台Please download and fill in the:
棋牌游戏电玩平台If required, we will send out a 'counter notice' with conditions in the interests of public safety and neighbouring owners/occupiers.
Starting demolition work
棋牌游戏电玩平台Demolition work should only start after either:
- we have served a counter notice; or
- six weeks after the demolition notice was sent; or
- we've confirmed in writing that a counter notice will not be served.
Listed buildings and Conservation Areas
- Any alteration or demolition of a listed building requires Listed Building Consent
- The substantial or complete demolition of an unlisted building in a Conservation Area may require consent - see Conservation Areas
If materials containing asbestos are found during demolition, please:
- immediately inform the
- follow the requirements for the safe removal and disposal of asbestos on the .
If the skip operator or other contractor is not licensed to transport asbestos based products, you need a licence - please contact: