Experts in Troubleshooting Conservation and Listed Building Issues

Our clients benefit from our wide range of knowledge and expertise, which helps deliver high-quality projects in a historically sensitive and sustainable manner.

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Dr David Hickie was formerly Assistant Regional Director with English Heritage (now called Historic England) before setting up Heritage Matters. He is a Full Member of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC) and a Member of the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain.

Often we are called in to help when the local authority Conservation Officer or Planning Officer does not like your proposals. We can help work through the issues, attend site meetings and help ensure that you can achieve a satisfactory resolution of the problem.

E balcony3We can do any survey work required, prepare drawings for you, submit the application for you (normally electronically using the ‘Planning Portal’) and deal with any queries from the Conservation Officer. We can help from design to completion or just when you need us.

Knowing how the planning system works and having over 25 years’ experience of working on the inside for English Heritage, Local Planning Authorities and the Environment Agency means that we can help provide high quality practical advice and design solutions for your development projects.

  • Advice on Listing Building Consent Applications and Planning Applications
  • Preparing Statement of Significance & Impact as supporting evidence for listed building consent and planning applications
  • Planning and Listed Building Consent Appeals
  • Historic Building Surveys

Heritage Matters specialise in helping client’s with complex planning and design issues and we can provide a one-stop solution for you.

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Phone: 01827 722153

Clarendon Place, Leamington

St Helena School, Chesterfield

Stow on the Wold