Local Heritage Lists are a means for the community and their local planning authority to jointly identify heritage assets that are valued as distinctive elements of the local identity of a place. Locally listing a heritage asset does not bring additional consent requirements over and above those already required for planning permission; it can, however, help to inform planning decisions in a way that protects, conserves and enhances local character and identity.
Horbury currently has 24 Listed Buildings and 37 Local Listings. As part of our Place Plan project we are seeking new nominations to the Local List.
You can learn more about our Local List of Heritage Assets here HORBURY’S LISTED BUILDINGS and use the handy ONLINE FORM here to let us have your suggestions for new additions to the list. NB: this consultation ends on 30th June.
Alternatively, you can download the form and email it back to firstname.lastname@example.org