There are more than 1,000 listed buildings in Mole Valley.
A listed building can be a house, wall, public building, monument, memorial or any structure that is included on the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic interest.
A list of the buildings, organised on a parish basis, has been compiled by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, as advised by Historic England.
Inclusion on the list means that the structure is given special protection through legislation contained in the Planning Acts.
Submitting a planning application for a listed building (Listed Building Consent)
If you would like to submit an application for Listed Building Consent, you can do this online via the Planning Portal.
If you wish to make a paper application, see the submitting a planning application page.
The National Heritage List for England
Historic England maintain the National Heritage List online database, which brings together information on all nationally designated heritage assets in one place. This includes:
- Listed Buildings
- Scheduled Monuments
- Protected Wreck Sites
- Registered Parks and Gardens
- Registered Battlefields
We are not responsible for the statutory listing of buildings.
However, you can apply for a heritage asset to be protected by designation, including listing buildings, through the Historic England website
We are unable to provide conservation and historic building pre-application advice. However, specialist advice can be found using the links below.
If you are in any doubt about the need to obtain planning permission for the proposed work to the listed building, you should submit a Certificate of Lawfulness for a Listed Building.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
My Mole Valley
The Planning Portal
Institute of Historic Building Conservation
Royal Town Planning Institute
National Heritage List for England
Buildings at Risk Register
Nominate a Heritage Asset Online
Building Conservation Articles
A Guide for Owners of Listed Buildings
Caring for and protecting historic places
Energy Efficiency in Old Buildings (pdf)
Consents and Regulations for Energy Improvements to Older Homes
Applying Part L of Building Regulations in Historic Buildings
Traditional Windows: their care, repair and upgrading
Flooding and Historic Buildings
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings Knowledge Base
Surrey Historic Buildings Trust