Locally listed buildings

Use this guide to find information on locally listed buildings.

Appealing a local listing decision

When an asset is added to the local list, the council will write to the owner or occupant of any occupied structure, informing them in writing. If an owner or occupier wishes to appeal the local listing, they must write to the executive director responsible for the Planning Division, explaining why they think their asset is not of local architectural or historic interest. Similarly, if the council chooses not to locally list a building, then the person who proposed the listing can write, asking the executive director to revisit the decision. The address to write to is:

Planning Conservation
London Borough of Lambeth
PO Box 734
Winchester
SO23 5DG

Email: planningconservation@lambeth.gov.uk