This Guidance Note concerns what is and is not included in a listing, especially attached and curtilage structures. It explores the myths which have grown up on this subject, especially about agricultural buildings. It also covers the implications of inclusion, and what members can do to persuade local authorities or others that something is, or is not, included in a listing. It is designed to be read alongside other CLA Guidance Notes, especially Getting heritage and other consents, and Listed buildings - do I need consent?
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