|Department||Infrastructure, Housing and Environment|
|Type of consultation||Other|
|Deadline for comments||14/12/2012|
About the consultation
The Department of the Environment is reviewing existing supplementary planning guidance about the protection of historic windows and doors.
New draft guidance has been prepared and the Planning and Environment Minister, Deputy Rob Duhamel, is keen to hear the views of those interested in and affected by the
Historic windows and doors are an integral part of the fabric of old buildings. They add to the special character of buildings and streets in both the town and the countryside. This draft guidance seeks to elaborate upon why these features are such an important part of our built heritage.
Planning policy for the protection of historic windows and doors is provided by
the 2011 Island Plan and this guidance seeks to clearly set out what this
policy means and how it will be applied in practice to proposals which affect historic
windows and doors.
Download the protection of historic windows and doors consultation paper (150KB)
Download the protection of historic windows and doors draft planning guidance (479KB)
How to submit comments to the consultation
Please submit your comments in one of the following ways:
Complete the online survey
Email Planning and Building Services
Write to us at:
Policy, Projects and the Historic Environment
Department of the Environment
Planning and Building Services
If you have any queries about the consultation please call the Director of Policy, Projects and the Historic Environment at Planning and Building Services, Kevin Pilley, on + 44 (0) 1534 448441.