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PPS 6: Planning, Archaeology and The Built Heritage
Annex C: Right of Appeal

Please note: Annex C has been superseded by a revised Annex C which is available for download from the main PPS 6 hompage.

C19 There is no right of appeal against listing. However, an owner or occupier can write to the Department at any time, if they consider that the building is not of special architectural or historic interest sufficient to justify its listing. Such a claim must be supported by factual evidence relating only to the special architectural or historic interest ascribed to the building in the list description. The Department may then reassess the building’s merit in light of the information supplied (see C 21).
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