Listed Building Guidance Notes

The Methodist Church has been working with Historic England and Cornwall Council on producing guidance to help congregations make informed decisions about how to adapt and make changes to nonconformist chapels. This guidance can be found here, and is generic advice applicable to chapels nationwide - Methodist and Nonconformist Chapels in Cornwall

Very Small Logo  A very useful source of information relating to the historic built environment is the Building Conservation website, please click here to access.

Other Useful Guidance Notes Include:

External Links:

Historic England:

Church Roof Replacement Using Terne-coated Stainless Steel

Historic Environment Scotland Inform Series:

Mould Growth

Methodist Church Guidance Notes:

Appointing Architects

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Disability and Access provision in historic chapels

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Listed Buildings: Photographic Records and Archives

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Removal of Pews from Historic Chapels

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Statements of Significance and Need

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Statement of Significance - Example 1

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Statement of Significance - Example 2

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Statement of Need - Example 1

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Statement of Need - Example 2

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Submission of Schemes to Support Services in Manchester

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Window Protection of Historic Buildings

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Window Replacement in Historic Buildings

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I make changes to a Listed Building?

How do I apply for listed building approval?

What is the Ecclesiastical Exemption?

What is the Listed Buildings Advisory Committee?

Flowcharts showing the consultation process can be found on the flow diagrams page

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