Conservation of Historic Buildings and Areas
The historic and traditional buildings of the District are perhaps the defining feature of the area, ranging from small rural cottages to grand mansions, with over 6,000 listed buildings. The towns and villages themselves are also of great importance and there are 144 Conservation Areas in the District.
A wide range of information on historic building conservation issues is provided on this web-site, including a "frequently asked questions" section. If you require further advice please contact us on (01285) 623000 or email@example.com. It should be noted that there may be a charge for some types of complex pre-application advice. If you would like advice, please provide us with as much information as possible, for example -
- full address (Including any previous names for the property)
- any known planning history
- site location plan
If you require advice or information on design issues, particularly on design and historic/traditional buildings, you may find our Cotswold Design Guidance web pages useful. They include information on historic building features, such as windows or roofing materials, as well as other issues such as grants, green roofs, and other sustainable design features.
Cotswold District Council, Trinity Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1PX
Telephone: 01285 623 000