Curtilage can be defined, for the purposes of the listed building legislation, as an area of land around a listed building within which other buildings, pre-dating July 1948, may potentially be considered as listed. Not all buildings will have a curtilage but, for those that do, this extent may not be as clear as each case will always entail an element of fact and degree.
Determining the exact curtilage of any building is a complex question and much will depend upon the facts of the individual case. This webinar will look at the considerations necessary when assessing curtilage and provide guidelines for curtilage in the planning process.
Terms and Conditions
Places on this webinar are limited to fourty. Booking is essential for this course to ensure you receive joining instructions. These joining instructions will contain login details for the webinar.
Please note, these training events are provided free of charge by Historic England. Places are at a premium and will be offered solely on a first come first serve basis.