Built Heritage

Built Heritage: drawing the Belfast roof trusses in a Victorian building

Conservation Area Appraisals and Management Plans: appraisals identify and characterise the special architectural and historic interest of areas to satisfy the requirements for designation as a Conservation Area.
Conservation and Management Plans: set out how to best manage these assets and how to assess development proposals in and adjacent to them.
Buildings of Local Historic Interest/ Buildings at Risk Registers: these surveys characterise local distinctiveness to inform planning and land management policy and guidance.
Historic Building Recording: is often required before planning permission to ensure that the historic character of a building is dealt with sympathetically if it is to be re-used or to ensure that a record is made before demolition.
Find out more about these services: measured survey, laser scanning, and photographic recording.